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Earth-like planet on our cosmic doorstep
Just 40 trillion kilometres away – not so far in astronomical terms – a potentially habitable planet has been found by scientists.
NASA's latest launch - to bring back 'scientific treasure'
NASA is counting down to their OSIRIS-REx mission (Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer), aimed at bringing samples back from a near-Earth…
The Perseid meteor shower at its peak
The annual Perseid meteor shower peaked on Thursday night into early Friday.
Commercial space tourism moves closer to reality as Virgin Galactic gets FAA licence
Richard Branson’s dream of commercial space tourism is a step closer to reality.
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Soyuz craft docks at International Space Station
Russia’s Soyuz spacecraft has successfully docked with the International Space Station where its 48th mission is underway.
Mutinational three-member crew heads for Space Station in next generation Soyuz capsule
A three member multinational crew has blasted off from Kazakhstan on the debut flight of a next generation Russian Soyuz capsule, headed for the International Space…
See first pictures of Jupiter from NASA's Juno probe
NASA scientists have been celebrating confirmation of the arrival of the Juno probe at Jupiter.
Juno meets Jupiter as crucial orbit manoeuvre looms
It is fingers crossed time at NASA as the Juno spacecraft enters a crucial phase of its Jupiter mission.
Technical hitch delays first rocket launch at Russian cosmodrome
Russia’s space agency has been left red faced, after a last-minute technical hitch forced it to delay the inaugural launch of a Soyuz rocket from its
Raising young peoples' eyes to the stars
Beating off bears or bringing the secrets of the universe into primary schools; just two of the challenges astronomers face when passing on their knowledge to the next generation of stargazers.
Asteroid about to make a close shave with earth ... but how close?
High hopes Japanese satellite will unravel mysteries of Universe
A rocket carrying an astronomy observation satellite has been successfully launched from southern Japan. ASTRO-H is equipped with four telescopes
Europe launches Sentinel-3A satellite to help track global warming
Europe has launched a satellite it is hoped will help predict climate change patterns as well as improve everyday weather forecasting. The
Gravitational waves and the quest for the 'Big Bang' soundwave
Gravitational waves offer 'a new window on the Universe'
Einstein was right! Scientists confirm that gravitational waves exist
Man 'killed by meteorite' could be first victim ever recorded
A bus driver in India has become the first recorded victim of a meteorite strike, according to the local government. Authorities in the southern
Finding space on earth
A team of planetary geologists in Westen Australia are using latest the camera technology in the hunt for meteorites that fall to earth. The
British astronaut Tim Peake is on his way to ISS
A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying a three-man international crew, including Britain’s first ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut, Tim Peake, blasted
Copernicus: down-to-Earth opportunities for SMEs reaching for the stars
Observatories combine to create a virtual telescope the size of the Earth
The ALMA observatory located in Chile’s Atacama Desert is to join with observatories from all over the world to create a telescope that can identify
Rosetta and Philae celebrate a year of success for ESA
Russia: All-female space crew emerge from moon mission experiment
It was ‘one small step for man…one giant leap for gender equality’ when a team of Russian women emerged from a mock spaceship in Moscow on Friday
Unlocking the secrets of the Jupiter's Icy Moons
Is there life on Mars? NASA announces liquid water discovered
Under certain circumstances, liquid water has been found on Mars. This was the out of this world announcement from NASA following years of