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NASA's SWOT is tracking rising water levels to monitor climate change
NASA launched the first global water monitoring satellite, SWOT into orbit in hopes of tracking climate change.
UAE Hope probe reveals the mysteries of Mars
The Emirates Mars Mission has been a source of inspiration for young Arabs and is set to have a long-lasting impact on the economy.
Sweden's Arctic Circle launchpad
A remote rocket launchpad in northern Sweden is aiming to be the first in continental Europe to carry satellites into orbit.
Why is NASA sending ovarian cells and a 3D bioprinter into space?
Taking place in orbit around the planet, these science experiments carried out in space could change life on Earth.
Newly spotted 'planet killer' asteroid could one day threaten Earth
Called 2022 AP7, it's over 1 km wide and the largest potentially hazardous asteroid found in the last eight years, say astronomers.
New study finds life could be dormant under Mars' surface
A new study has found that there’s a good chance we'll find life on Mars buried under the planet’s surface hundreds of millions of years ago.
World’s biggest digital camera could help unlock universe’s secrets
With the power of 266 iPhones, this camera will help astronomers see the universe like never before.
NASA's DART mission hailed a success as asteroid nudged off course
It's the first time humanity has altered the motion of a natural body in space.
Cosmonauts conduct spacewalk aboard ISS
Expedition 67 Commander Oleg Artemyev and Flight Engineer Denis Matveev, both of Roscosmos, began a spacewalk early Friday to continue outfitting the European robotic arm on the International Space Station's Nauka laboratory.
Sending software code into orbit
Orbital Space offers students and technology enthusiasts the opportunity to develop and test software code on satellites in space through their ground station in Dubai Silicon Oasis.
Latest SpaceX flight is Falcon 9 31st mission
Another round of SpaceX Starlink satellites were launched into space on Sunday.
Strange ‘heartbeat’ signal detected in depths of space
The signal is coming from a galaxy billions of light-years from Earth.
First image of massive black hole at centre of our galaxy captured
It's only the second time scientists have managed to capture a black hole on camera.
New Zealand rocket launched to send 34 satellites into orbit
A California-based company got closer to pulling off the feat of catching a falling rocket on Tuesday as it seeks to make them reusable for satellite launches.
Rocket Lab helicopter catches, drops rocket booster in key reuse test
A helicopter snagged a falling space rocket in an attempt to reuse it – but it ultimately dropped it in the ocean.
Unusual ridges could be sign of liquid water on Jupiter's ice moon
The existence of water closer to the surface of Europa could make potential alien life easier to find.
Russian convicted of spying in Germany
The 30-year-old research assistant was given a one-year suspended sentence by a Munich court.
Neptune is getting unexpectedly cooler and scientists don’t know why
New research reveals mysterious patterns in the temperatures of this far-flung icy planet.
Exoplanet nine times the size of Jupiter found still 'in the womb'
AB Aur b, a new exoplanet, has been found in the earliest part of its formation. Its birth is challenging what we know about planets forming.
NASA astronaut and Russian cosmonauts return to Earth
On Wednesday, the record-breaking US NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei and Russian cosmonauts Pyotr Dubrov and Anton Shkaplerov returned to earth from the International Space Station onboard a Soyuz MS-19.