China’s constellation of commercial satellites to offer multitude of services.
Scientist says travelling outside solar system takes 'just far too long'.
Discovery of additional 20 satellites brings its total up to 82.
Three Orion capsules being built with Mars the next target.
Natalie Portman grew up dreaming of going to space.
Experts say the lander may have come down faster than planned and crash-landed on the moon.
Summer Worden files a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission after learning astronaut Anne McClain accessed her financial records while on a space mission.
The life-size humanoid robot copies human movements, a key skill that allows it to remotely help astronauts.
After achieving lunar orbit, Indian probe Chandrayaan-2 is set to land on the Moon's South Pole on Sept 7.
At the time of orbit completion, Starman and his Roadster had reportedly travelled over 1.22 billion kilometres.
Spaceport America, a taxpayer-funded facility in New Mexico's remote Jornada del Muerto desert, received its license to operate in 2008.
Tardigrades can revive from being dried out to a lifeless husk for decades, and withstand near-zero pressure in outer space.
Hanging shelves, shower curtains with pockets and hidden compartments cleverly hide clutter and give your home a relaxing and inviting look.
Pakistan's programme is announced 50 years after the US Apollo 11 mission put the first man on the moon.
The United States, Russia and China have been heavily investing in technology for space, which is seen as a new military frontier.
The launch comes a week after a fuel leak forced a previous attempt to be scrubbed 56 minutes before the scheduled blast-off.
Nasa has been in overdrive for several weeks to mark the anniversary, with exhibits and events around the US.
France's declared interest in boosting its military readiness in space follows increased spending and interest in the area by the United States, China and Russia.
Japan's Hayabusa2 probe began descending for its final touchdown on a distant asteroid, hoping to collect samples that could shed light on the evolution of the solar system.
The Moon continues to capture the imagination of storytellers, as it has for centuries.
The year was 1969, and Stafford’s vessel was the first to be equipped with a colour camera, which was beaming live images to an awestruck global audience.
If technological breakthroughs make colliders more affordable, it might be worth building one that is bigger than the Large Hadron Collider.
Astronomers began speculating about these omnivorous 'dark stars' in the 1700s, and since then indirect evidence has slowly accumulated.
India would only be the 4th country to have used such an anti-satellite weapon after the US, Russia and China, said Modi, who heads into general elections next month.