Astronomers announce the discovery of seven earth-sized planets orbiting a star just 40 light years away from our solar system.
This edition of Space takes you to the furthest reaches of our solar system, to the dwarf planet Pluto.
31-years ago the Challenger Space shuttle broke apart little more than a minute after taking off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
In this edition of Space, Euronews correspondent Jeremy Wilks reports from the Observatory of Geneva – home to experts in exoplanets, the name given to planets outside our solar…
What would it be like to land on Pluto?
Gene Cernan last man on the moon dies at 82
The private Californian company SpaceX has successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket.
The American SpaceX rocket company is set to fly again.
He will go down in history as one of the 20th century’s greatest explorers.
Four Galileo satellites have blasted off aboard an Ariane 5 rocket from Europe's spaceport in French Guiana.
A frozen area of Pluto, known as the ‘heart’ may harbour a slushy ocean between 150 and 200 km beneath its surface, NASA scientists say.
From the ocean depths to the vastness of the cosmos, new technologies give scientists a better understanding of the world around us.
The world’s largest and most complex space telescope is finally ready after almost two decades.
A capsule loaded with 2,400 kilos of food, supplies, equipment and science experiments has docked with the ISS, 410 kilometres above the earth.
The two Russians and one American arrived at the ISS two days after their spacecraft had left Earth. They will stay in space until February.
The ExoMars team had their hearts in their mouths as the Schiaparelli probe went missing just as the TGO mothership swept into a perfectly timed orbit.
This month Earth crosses the orbital path of comet trails promising dazzling night displays of shooting stars in the northern hemisphere – that is if you can get far away from city lights and in near
The European Space Agency (ESA) is hailing its ExoMars mission a success despite mystery over the fate of a lander supposed to have touched down on the Red…
The fate of a European probe supposed to have touched down on Mars on Wednesday remains a mystery.
Scientists are scrambling to confirm the status of the European lander which was due to have landed on the Red Planet's surface, after contact was lost during its descent.
The ExoMars mission blasted off seven months ago abord a Russian rocket from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
Destination: The Red Planet.
Mars has long piqued people’s interest – from science fiction tales of Martians to Elon Musk’s goal of one day colonising the planet.
ExoMars, the European Space Agency’s mission to Mars, is at a crucial stage.
China has launched its longest manned space mission, sending two men into orbit to spend a month on board a space laboratory.
Along with Svetlana Gerasimenko, Churyumov discovered comet 67P, which the Rosetta mission successfully landed its philae lander on in 2014.