The durable NASA rover that rolled along Mars for 15 years has died, NASA announced on Thursday.
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"
In pictures: Nasa Juno Cam shows storms over Great Red Spot.
The Camargue region of southern France could end the century underwater as sea-levels rise at an accelerating rate. We meet the custodians of this unique wetland and the scientists using Sentinel satellites to study the effects of climate change globally.
Will ExoMars be the mission to find life on Mars? Euronews is first to film Airbus' specially-built rover clean room and discuss the freshly-selected landing site with European and Russian experts.
On its 20th anniversary, Euronews space, science and technology correspondent, Jeremy Wilks, reflects on the impact the ISS has had on science.
Three days following the commercial launch of his £340,000 jet suit in partnership with department store chain Selfridges, amateur engineer Richard Browning was in Hampshire on Saturday to show off his creation before thousands at the biennial Farnborough International Airshow.
Euronews was granted a rare chance to film inside the Vega rocket factory in Italy where the next generation of ESA launchers, like the Vega C, are crafted with love from carbon fibre.
Firefighters say the area within a 600 metre radius of the launch site had been cordoned off fortunately, so there were no injuries.
The Sentinel-3B satellite is set to observe the Earth’s oceans, lakes and vegetation.
With Galileo providing users with free of charge global positioning, navigation and timing information, several forward-looking companies are creating Galileo-enabled receivers, chipsets and modules – many of which are already available on the market.
A Slovenian company is creating new business opportunities by optimizing data mined by the EU's Copernicus programme from outer space.
The 10th Conference on European Space Policy is underway in Brussels.
The space industry was there to lobby the EU to increase spending.
On offer, cutting edge technologies that could give the Europe a competitive advantage over its economic rivals.
Since it blasted off ten years ago, Columbus has been used to grow plants, research new metals and probe astronauts' blood, bodies and brains.
The space race to build the new Ariane 6 rocket pad in French Guiana is underway.
A rocket has launched off the Californian coast, carrying a new weather satellite that will orbit the Earth's poles, improving forecasting and hurricane tracking.
Galileo could improve your phone's location accuracy up to 100 times. Here’s how to find out if you can use it and what it can do.
Forget about your big bed — and that comfy recliner.
NASA astronauts take part in a spacewalk to carry out maintenance on the International Space Station
Is the ozone layer replenishing itself, how can we track pollution from industry, and is it possible to measure Earth's winds from orbit? We look into the mysteries of our atmosphere in Space.
Australia has announced it is to open its own space agancy, 50 years after launching one of the first satellites
This week in Business Planet we look at the problem posed by space debris and meet some of those who are developing solutions.
Sixty years ago, Sputnik became the first satellite in space and changed the world forever.
A bag said to have been used by US astronaut Neil Armstrong to bring the first samples of moon dust back to Earth has been sold to an anonymous bidder for 1.8 million US dollars.
The launch of a rocket has been spectacularly captured on video from space.
Satellite firm Planet released footage of a Russian Soyuz rocket, which
We’re going inside a place so clean and spotless that paper, pencils or make-up aren’t allowed inside.
This is one of the cleanest clean rooms in