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Nokia says it will build a 4G communications system for the moon, as part of NASA’s plan to establish a long-term human presence there
Chief astronaut swaps space trip for daughter's wedding
Veteran astronaut Christopher Ferguson has swapped a trip to space to make sure he can make his daughter's wedding
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NASA is set to launch a new space toilet to the International Space Station for testing.
Moon rush: NASA looking for companies to help mine the lunar surface
The American space agency says it will pay for moon dust and rocks samples, but not for the trips. It hopes they will be collected by 2024.
No supernova: Dust may have caused mysterious dimming of giant star
The mysterious dimming of one of the brightest stars in the sky, which caused a stir among space-watchers at the end of 2019, may now have an explanation.
NASA astronauts make historic splashdown to Earth on SpaceX capsule
Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken are the first NASA astronauts to splash down for 45 years after staying on the space station for two months on a NASA-SpaceX mission.
NASA launches Mars rover to look for signs of ancient life
A vehicle filled with cameras, microphones, drills, and lasers is part of an ambitious long-term project to bring rock samples from Mars to Earth for analysis in search of life.
Watch: NASA launches mission to Mars looking for signs of ancient life
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Keep an eye out for Comet Neowise, which won’t be back for 7,000 years
Comet Neowise can currently be seen with the naked eye in dark skies - but get a good look because it won't be back for 7,000 years.
SpaceX astronauts dock successfully with ISS after historic launch
Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken have arrived at the International Space Station after the first successful launch of astronauts into orbit by a private company - Elon Musk's SpaceX.
Bad weather delays Space X launch to send two NASA astronauts to ISS
This is the first time a private company launches a manned flight to the International Space Station
Hubble at 30: Take a look back at some of the telescope’s best images
The Hubble Space Telescope turned 30 on Friday, and to mark the occasion Hubble released a fittingly awesome image.
Bored amid lockdown? Look skyward tonight for a special meteor shower
The annual natural wonder is back! At the peak of the meteor shower, the sky is set to fill with up to 20 shooting stars per hour.
Effects of coronavirus spread to solar system as space missions paused
Spacecraft flying around Mars and on their way to the Sun are being placed on standby as the effects of the coronavirus pandemic spread into the solar system
Asteroid approaching Earth will not annihilate humanity
Scientists say that sensational headlines about an asteroid approaching Earth in April are misleading.
'Exceptional' black NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson dies at 101
Katherine Johnson was eventually portrayed in the 2016 hit film “Hidden Figures,” about pioneering black female aerospace workers.
Solar Orbiter launches from Cape Canaveral for journey to the sun
The Solar Orbiter, a joint mission between the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA, has launched. The mission aims to give close-up views of the Sun's polar regions and observe its magnetic activity.
NASA astronauts complete space-walk to fix cosmic ray detector
The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) has been capturing high-energy cosmic rays to help research on 'dark matter' and the mysterious dark energy that is speeding up the expansion of the cosmos.
Watch: Elon Musk's SpaceX successfully tests emergency capsule
The test comes ahead of SpaceX's first transport of astronauts to the International Space Station.
Boeing space capsule returns to Earth after aborted mission
Barely half an hour after lanching from Cape Canaveral on Friday, the Starliner ended up in the wrong orbit.
Astronaut Luca Parmitano talks water recycling in space
"On the space station, we already recover 95% of the water onboard," explains Euronews space correspondent and ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano.
Watch live: Astronauts Parmitano and Morgan fix cosmic ray detector
Did you think a cosmic ray detector was only found in Sci-Fi? Watch these two guys walk in space to fix one!
Watch live: First all-female spacewalk underway
The first-ever all-female spacewalk is underway. You can watch footage in the video player, above
Watch: ISS astronauts land safely in Kazakhstan
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NASA captures black hole destroying a star the size of the Sun
The event took place 375 million light years from Earth.
Space agencies in mission to deflect dangerous Earth-bound asteroids
NASA and ESA team up for mission to deflect dangerous Earth-bound asteroids