As NASA prepares to send a spacecraft deeper into space than ever before, it will do so achieving yet another milestone: For the first time ever, some of the spacecraft's components will be 3D printed. An innovation that could speed up space exploration.
Spacewalking is the highlight of an astronaut's career, and one of the hardest physical challenges they will ever face. So training at this facility in Germany is key.
Elon Musk sent his sports car into space at the SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch, but he’s not the only one who has launched strange objects out of this world.
"Apparently, there is a car in orbit around Earth” tweeted the US entrepreneur who's new rocket, the Falcon Heavy, was sent into space with “Don’t panic!” stamped on the dashboard and David Bowie playing on the speaker.
Since it blasted off ten years ago, Columbus has been used to grow plants, research new metals and probe astronauts' blood, bodies and brains.
Euronews' Space and Futuris presenters take a look at what's ahead in the next 12 months.
Marking the 45th anniversary of the last Apollo mission, President Trump has pledged to reboot the country's space exploration program
Euronews asked readers in December for their vote on who should be the 2017 Personalities of the Year—in fields including space, innovation, culture
"Imagine the possibilities waiting in those big, beautiful stars if we dare to dream big,” said the US president as he signed his first space policy directive.
The remarkable discovery of Oumuamua opens a new window on solar systems beyond our own, say experts.
"Arabs were pioneers in sciences hundreds of years ago - why can't we do it again?": the UAE Space Agency hopes to set up the first inhabitable human settlement on Mars by 2117, one hundred years from now.
Forget about your big bed — and that comfy recliner.
NASA astronauts take part in a spacewalk to carry out maintenance on the International Space Station
Tunnel beneath the surface is thought to have been formed by volanoes.
For the first time scientists have detected gravitational waves, the ripples in space and time predicted by Albert Einstein, with light from the same cosmic event.
LIGO and Virgo detectors used to spot cataclysmic event scattering gold and platinum into space
Nasa is coordinating global effort to improve tracking of space objects.
Are the northern lights even more spectacular from space than Earth?
With several space records in her pocket, American astronaut Peggy Whitson returns from the ISS.
Russian cosmonauts Fyodor Yurchikhin and Sergey Ryazanskiy today (August 17) take part in a six hour-long spacewalk on the International Space Station (ISS).
Jack Davis from New Jersey in the United States, who has sent his application to the organisation
A new crew has arrived at the International Space Station to boost US research projects aboard the $100 billion orbiting laboratory.
Neil Armstrong's space bag expected to fetch millions at auction
One of the nearest stars to our solar system is sending unusual radio signals through the galaxy that are puzzling scientists.
Researchers at an
Jupiter’s Great Red Spot has been photographed up close for the first time by NASA’s Juno spacecraft, revealing stunning images of this swirling
The smallest-ever star has been discovered, a mini version of our Sun about as big as the planet Saturn.