While much of the world was celebrating Christmas and the New Year, it was business as usual on board the International Space Station. But it wasn't all work and no play.
Euronews space correspondent and station commander Luca Parmitano captured the 'Dragon' using a large robotic arm.
Luca Parmitano, ESA Astronaut welcomes Hazzaa Al-Mansoori onboard the ISS
The EDRS aims to create what has been called the "Space Data Highway" — a high-speed network that can transfer optical data from satellites to Earth in near-real-time.
Panoramic images available through Google Earth show the areas inside the ISS where Luca Parmitano and his colleagues are spending six months of their Beyond mission.
A NASA sponsored lab in Colorado, USA, is aiming to send robots to the moon to construct telescopes capable of looking back in time.
Researchers hope that the samples collected from the asteroid will help us better understand the formation of the solar system and the evolution of our planet.
The resupply mission had been plagued by unsual delays.
On Wednesday, an international scientific team that integrates the Event Horizon Telescope project (EHT) unveiled the first photo of a black hole, which was captured using a global network of telescopes.
The explosion was recorded on December 18, 2018, over the Bering Sea.
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
Spacecraft beams back first images of most distant object observed
The most distant object ever observed in our Solar System has been discovered by an international team of astronomers. With current technology, it would take a space probe more than 40 years to reach "Farout"
Comet 46P/Wirtanen will be visible from dark-sky locations tonight as it safely buzzes Earth at a distance of only 11.7 million kilometers.
Harvard-based researchers say a mystery object traveling through space could be a spacecraft sent towards the Earth by an alien civilisation.
The rare meteorite, which was discovered in northwest Africa, has been dubbed the largest chunk of moon rock ever put up for auction.
ESA's Aeolus satellite is pioneering a laser technology to measure the wind from space for the very first time. It promises a big boost to weather forecasting, but only once it has proved itself to be accurate. We head to Norway as the science team swings into action.
What's the risk from asteroids, and what's being done about it? As #AsteroidDay approaches we meet some dinosaurs, meteorite specialists and asteroid hunters to find out.
The voice of world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking will be broadcast into space after his memorial service takes place later today.
Astronomy is undergoing a revolution with the release of precision data on 1.7 billion stars in our galaxy from the Gaia space telescope. We head to the historic Observatory of Paris and ESA's ESTEC base in the Netherlands to find out more.
We meet a surfing scientist and toxic algae hunters to see how Sentinel-3 satellite data is used to study the coastline of the English Channel in this month's episode of Space.
Stephen Hawking's fame landed him roles in American sitcoms such as The Simpsons and The Big Bang Theory — and a spot on a Pink Floyd track.
Stephen Hawking, who's died at age 76, did not only give the world a breakthrough theory about black holes and a best-selling book — but also memorable quotes about life, the universe, and science.
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.
euronews takes you on a 360 tour of Europe's astronaut training centre in Cologne.
A capsule carrying U.S., Russian and Italian astronauts from the International Space Station landed in Kazakhstan