Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin company launched its New Shepard suborbital vehicle from West Texas as part of a test flight Wednesday afternoon, and successfully landed the rocket and capsule separately a short time later.
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.
When discovered in 2004, Apophis was thought to be one of the most potentially hazardous near-Earth objects, but new data shows it won’t hit the planet for at least another century.
It's not just on Earth where we struggle with waste. Tonnes of rubbish is circling in space but here's the solution.
The vertical city has homes, offices and green spaces and construction is due to start in 2054.
Spacewalking astronauts worked to avoid getting toxic ammonia on their suits from the International Space Station's external cooling system on Saturday.
Yusaku Maezawa and his guests could become the first lunar voyagers since the last Apollo mission in 1972.
Bold new research claims that atmospheric changes more than 40,000 years ago could be related to the climate crisis.
Satellite technology is being brought in to help combat problems with unregulated fishing in coastal nations.
The American space agency promises more photos in the next few days and possibly also an audio recording of the historic descent.
The NASA rover is there as part of a mission to uncover signs of life and collect samples of rock
US astronaut Alan P. Shepard Jr became the first person to hit a golf ball on the moon. But there has been a 50-year-old mystery over how far it travelled. Until perhaps now....
It was part of a four-year effort to modernise the International Space Station's power grid.
With so much of the planet's population stuck at home for large parts of the year, 2020 has at least been a good one for looking up at the sky and taking in the wonders of the cosmos.