Israel's Beresheet spacecraft failed in its "soft" landing on the moon's surface on Thursday evening, its support team said.
"We have achieved something presumed to be impossible just a generation ago."
A Russian rocket has been successfully launched and is on its way to the International Space Station
Scientists say the storm spans 11,000 kilometres.
NASA has been forced to cancel its first ever all-female spacewalk over limited spacesuit sizes
The final supermoon of the year will light up the sky on March 20-21. It will occur only a few hours after the spring equinox.
The Crew Dragon capsule successfully docked with the International Space Station 27 hours after launching into orbit from NASA's Kennedy Space Center on Florida's Space Coast.
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A rocket carrying six satellites took off from French Guiana on Wednesday.
It's the first step in a project aimed at giving millions of people in remote areas of the world access to high speed internet.
Hayabusa 2 touched down on the Ryugu asteroid and will bring back the biggest number of samples from space since astronauts landed on the moon
NASA has launched a daily weather report from the surface of Mars, and February's maximum temperatures might not be as chilly as you think.
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Asteroids are crashing into Earth more often than before but don't worry, there's no immediate danger — the next one is set to cross our paths in more than 800 years.
Cotton seeds transported to the moon earlier this month have sprouted, Chinese researchers have said
Spektr-R satellite is continuing to transmit signals, but scientists have been unable to control the satellite since Friday
The Chang'e-4 probe landed on January 3. It was the first to ever land on the dark side of the moon.
A group of Canadian scientists have discovered a repeating radio signal, the second of its kind ever found, emitted from an unknown location in deep space
A total lunar eclipse will be visible in western Europe on January 21.
China becomes first nation to land rover on dark side of the moon
Spacecraft beams back first images of most distant object observed
The US space agency's New Horizons probe made a successful flyby of the Ultima Thule.