A Japanese spacecraft has just arrived at an asteroid and is preparing to collect a sample of its rocky interior.
The crew - Anton Shkaplerov of Russian space agency Roscosmos, Norishige Kanai of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and NASA astronaut Scott Tingle - parachuted safely into Kazakhstan.
Scientists have detected a large field of dunes on the surface of the distant planet Pluto apparently made from lumps of ice.
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.
The British-designed satellite is equipped with a net for capturing space litter and a harpoon for spearing and hauling in bigger objects.
NASA's Joe Acaba and Mark Vande Hei and Russia's Alexander Misurkin spent 168 days aboard the ISS.
Many scientists believe there could be life on the other moons and planets of our solar system. We report on the latest in astrobiology research from the Mars-like environment of the Rio Tinto in southern Spain.
Russian astronauts are taking a spacewalk to upgrade an antenna at the International Space Station
euronews takes you on a 360 tour of Europe's astronaut training centre in Cologne.
Europe’s oldest astronaut Paolo Nespoli arrived home on Thursday morning after a 139 day stay on the International Space Station. The 60-year-old
"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 northern lights gave astronauts aboard the International Space Station a memorable view.
Scientists were amazed the thrusters worked having been out of action since 1980.
Sentinel-5P was only blasted into space in October, but it’s already sending back images of the world’s air pollution.
People from every country in the European Union have been recognised as citizens of Asgardia
"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.
In 1957 the space race was on between the Soviet Union and the US, but it was the Russians who managed to send the first living thing into orbit
The pontiff took part in a 20-minute video call with the crew of the ISS
In 1963, after a rigorous training programme, Félicette became the first astrocat.
Carrying almost three tons of food, fuel, and supplies for the International Space Station crew, the unpiloted Russian Progress 68 cargo spacecraft blasted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
Sixty years ago, Sputnik became the first satellite in space and changed the world forever.
The cargo capsule was released from the ISS on Sunday, heading back to Earth after a month in space.
One of the most successful space mission’s, Cassini, has come to spectacular end.
The probe was plunged into Saturn’s atmosphere earlier on
End of space mission for Cassini
Two Americans and a Russian join the three team members already onboard.