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NASA’s moon mission finally got underway in a year jam packed with major steps forward in space exploration.
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The fashion tycoon announced the star-studded eight member space crew over Twitter.
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In 1972, Apollo 17 was the final mission to put a human on the Moon. Newly remastered images bring that trip to life.
Giant radio telescope to be based in Australia and South Africa
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James Webb takes most detailed look yet at an exoplanet's atmosphere
NASA announced the game-changing, first-ever full reading of the atoms, molecules, and signs of active chemistry in an exoplanet's atmosphere.
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ESA's new class of astronauts includes a Paralympic athlete - a first for any major space agency - and two women.
Artemis launch brings us one giant leap closer to a return to the Moon
The launch of the unmanned test flight is a critical step in landing humans back on the Moon for the first time in half a century.
Why is NASA sending ovarian cells and a 3D bioprinter into space?
Taking place in orbit around the planet, these science experiments carried out in space could change life on Earth.
Watch: Dramatic scenes as a total lunar eclipse is seen
Millions of people across the world were able to see a total lunar eclipse, which was visible throughout North America, across Asia, Australia and the rest of the Pacific.
Newly spotted 'planet killer' asteroid could one day threaten Earth
Called 2022 AP7, it's over 1 km wide and the largest potentially hazardous asteroid found in the last eight years, say astronomers.
In pictures: The Earth and Moon captured by NASA’s Lucy spacecraft
The spacecraft is on a 12-year journey to capture the diversity and mystery of asteroids.
New study finds life could be dormant under Mars' surface
A new study has found that there’s a good chance we'll find life on Mars buried under the planet’s surface hundreds of millions of years ago.
Europe's space sector hesitates between independence and cooperation
The European Space Forum 2022 takes place this week in Brussels.
NASA expert panel begins landmark study into UFOs
US defence officials say there have been around 400 UFO sightings documented by military observers.
Rare red northern lights are seen in Finland
Mesmerising northern lights were seen around the Arctic Circle in Finland on the evening of 22 October 2022.
Italy's first woman astronaut lands safely back on Earth
Four astronauts have returned to earth in a SpaceX capsule following a six-month mission on the International Space Station.
10 years on: Felix Baumgartner - the man who skydived from space
It's been 10 long years since Felix Baumgartner, jumped from a capsule 40km above the New Mexico desert, on the very edge of space. Red Bull has released a 10th-anniversary documentary on the death-defying plunge.
Out of this world: Floating solar farm could power a million homes
As Europe struggles through the energy crisis, some scientists are looking to space.
NASA's DART mission hailed a success as asteroid nudged off course
It's the first time humanity has altered the motion of a natural body in space.
NASA’s asteroid crash mission has created a 10,000 km debris trail
The DART mission was testing whether a spacecraft could be used to nudge an asteroid off course.