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Canada wants to make it illegal to commit crimes on the Moon
A new act announced by the country's parliament would extend Canadian law to parts of outer space.
SpaceX Crew-4 mission arrived at ISS
SpaceX Dragon capsule, carrying Americans Kjell Lindgren, Bob Hines and Jessica Watkins, and Italian Samantha Cristoforetti of the European Space Agency, docks at the International Space Station on Wednesday night.
Russia's space chief says EU cooperation 'impossible' over Ukraine
The head of Roscosmos, Russia's space agency, told Chinese state TV the EU had "taken a frenzied position" over the Ukraine war.
Tech this week: Texas sues Facebook over facial-recognition practises
Meta’s Facebook is in hot water with the state of Texas and French president Emmanuel Macron wants Europe to defend its sovereignty in space.
Long-term space missions alter astronauts’ brains, study finds
A team of researchers studied 12 astronauts who had spent at least 6 months in space to see what effect it had on their brains.
James Webb arrives at its final destination 1.5 million km from Earth
The most powerful space observatory ever built will orbit the Sun 1.5 million km from Earth and is designed to last for 10 years.
Astronauts train for life on Mars with rocks on Earth
The ESA’s Pangaea project is designed to equip astronauts with essential geology training so they can execute manned missions to the Moon and Mars.
Space can help solve Earth's most pressing challenges
The European Space Agency says space is critical to help solve Earth's most complex problems such as climate change.
SpaceX crew launch marks 600 space travellers in 60 years
The number of humans in space averages out to 10 people per year since Yuri Gagarin’s pioneering flight in 1961.
In pictures: The best of French astronaut's time aboard the ISS
Thomas Pesquet was an avid user of social media during his time in space - take a look through some of the most striking and popular Twitter posts during his time in orbit.
Europe's space sector seeks to boost commercialisation
As Europe's space leaders meet virtually in Brussels at the new European Space Forum, Euronews explores how the sector is making a big push to become more business-minded.
How Europe is planning to send the first woman to the Moon
The ESA-NASA collaboration will develop a vital part of the Orion spacecraft which will land the first woman and the next man on the Moon by 2024.
World Space Week celebrates women pursuing careers in space
European Space Agency instructor Loredana Bessone says girls should be encouraged to enter the field of science at an early age.
Mercury mission captures its first images of the 'Swift Planet'
The ESA and JAXA mission has already had a striking view of the planet closest to the Sun, around which it will have to orbit in 2025.
Astronauts held the first ever 'Space Olympics'. Who won?
Four events. Seven astronauts. A whole lot of zero-gravity sporting achievement.
The Robotic Arm is the latest space engineering project at the ESA
A new robotic arm will soon arrive at the Russian part of the International Space Station to help astronauts with maintenance and the transportation of things.
Watch: French and US astronauts spacewalk to boost ISS power supply
Thomas Pesquet and Shane Kimbrough ventured out of the ISS on Wednesday but spacesuit problems prevented the astronauts from completing the installation of new solar panels.
First European female astronaut to command International Space Station
Samantha Cristoforetti was the first Italian woman in space and only the third woman in the world to have spent time on the station.
ESA wants satellites around the Moon to make manned missions easier
More than a dozen European firms have been contracted by the European Space Agency to draw up proposals for a shared lunar telecoms and navigation service.
SpaceX rocket lifts-off as French astronaut heads to ISS
The SpaceX launch, delayed from Thursday due to poor weather, will deliver four astronauts to the International Space Station with a recycled capsule and rocket.
Out of this world! French cuisine set to be served up in space
Dishes include lobster with quinoa and dehydrated Breton seaweed, and salmon and eggplant.
Europe must be ambitious to stay ahead in the space race, says ESA
The European Space Agency's Director-General has set out an ambitious plan, which he says will keep the agency on the front foot in the space race.
Satellite launched to clean up space debris orbiting the Earth
It's not just on Earth where we struggle with waste. Tonnes of rubbish is circling in space but here's the solution.
A ‘digital twin’ of Earth will help scientists to predict the future
The complex computer model will take into account weather and climate systems as well as our impact on the planet.
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Hungary prepares their candidate for orbit after ESA recruitment drive
The European Space Agency is currently recruiting astronauts from EU member states - and one country is serious about getting their candidate amongst the stars.
Mars rover sends its first surface images after historic landing
The Perseverance rover arrived on Mars on Thursday as part of a mission to uncover signs of ancient life and collect samples of rock