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Via Lactea project reveals a new view of the Milky Way
Our galaxy as you have never seen it before and a huge amount of important scientific data to better understand its behavior and evolution.
Takeaway: the star factory
The Via Lactea project has created the largest database on the Milky Way The data was collected by the Herschel telescope with more than 900 hrs of observations.
Japan launches new weather satellite with manga cartoons
Japan has launched a new weather satellite into orbit.
Still no word on Europe's Mars lander - but ESA hails mission a success
The European Space Agency (ESA) is hailing its ExoMars mission a success despite mystery over the fate of a lander supposed to have touched down on the Red…
Mystery remains over fate of European Mars lander Schiaparelli
The fate of a European probe supposed to have touched down on Mars on Wednesday remains a mystery.
Europe and Russia's mission to Mars
The ExoMars mission blasted off seven months ago abord a Russian rocket from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
How the EU's Copernicus space programme is starting to pay off
Since Europe's 1998 decision to have its own Earth Observation system it has spent several billion euros putting the Copernicus programme's Sentinel satellites into space. Despite the huge costs the d
'Commencing countdown' astronauts prepare for blast off
French ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet is going for a swim, but this is one dip with a difference. Pesquet is taking his last training session in NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory at Johnson Space Cente
China's second space lab blasts off from Gobi desert
It’s lift off for China’s second prototype space station.
Philae: a space odyssey with a happy end
After nearly two years missing in action, Rosetta's small lander Philae has finally been located in a shadowed spot on the comet 67-P - also known as Churyumov Gerasimenko - just three weeks before th
Is anyone out there? Mysterious radio signal sparks alien speculation
A mysterious radio signal picked up by a Russian telescope was probably not sent by aliens but astronomers in California are checking it out, anyway.
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…
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.
How 3D-printers can take space exploration to the next level
Researchers at the European Space Agency are testing the next generation of 3D-printers to use in Space.
EGNOS - the lifesaving potential of more accurate GPS
At the Danish Air Ambulance base in Billund, satellite navigation is a true lifesaver in the sky. The air ambulance service, operated by the
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.
E.T. phone home: China eyes hunt for alien life with giant telescope
China on Sunday hoisted the final piece into position on what will be the world’s largest radio telescope, which it will use to explore space and help in the hunt for extraterrestrial life, state medi
Kenya to adopt space technology for wildlife and ecosystems conservation
Kenyan policy makers and experts are rooting for the use of space technology to enhance wildlife and ecosystems management in the country.
Small sports clubs break down big broadcast barriers - with satellite technology
Dozens of Euro 2016 matches are being beamed via satellite to television sets and phones all over the world this summer.
Reusable rocket survives "Apollo 15 test"
The American firm Blue Origin has safely launched and landed its New Shephard rocket for the fourth time, describing the mission test as ‘impeccable’.