Buzz Aldrin is one of the original men on the Moon. In July 1969 he and Neil Armstrong set foot on the lunar surface for the first time, taking a
More than 10,000 asteroids and comets that can pass near Earth have now been discovered. The 10,000th near-Earth object, asteroid 2013 MZ5, was first
Europe’s off to Mars – again.
Why? We asked Olivier Witasse, Mars Express Project Scientist with the European Space Agency: “If there was life
Most European countries are going through an economic and financial crisis which threatens all sectors of their industries. In this tumultuous
In May 25, 2012 the first commercial spacecraft berthed with the International Space Station.
A private company achieved something only national
Just what are the sounds of space? ESA astronaut Frank De Winne listened to his favourite bands from Flanders when he was in orbit, while Space
The biggest engineering project ever made by man is flying 400 kilometres overhead.
The International Space Station has been 12 years in the