China is inviting other members of the United Nations to send their proposals for future space experiments. Approved applicants can use the facilities in the China Space Station, which will be operational in 2023.
Space June 27, 2018
Trace Gas Orbiter, a space orbiter by the European Space Agency and RosCosmos, released the first color image of the Martian surface. In the photo, Mars' atmosphere can be seen.
Space May 3, 2018
Mercury’s crust is found to be thinner and denser than previously thought. It is also interesting that Mercury’s core is larger than its mantle and crust, although scientists have not reconciled theories to prove its cause.
Space April 30, 2018
The Gaia spacecraft is releasing the biggest map of the Milky Way to date, containing information on nearly 2 billion stars. The DR2 data release could help shed light on mysteries of the universe.
Space April 26, 2018
A space war expert envisioned a conflict happening in space in the immediate future. He said it had become a possibility because of the advanced technology available to men at present.
Space April 16, 2018
China’s space station Tiangong-1 will soon hit the Earth’s surface and could possibly hurt humans and damage properties. The European Space Agency downplays the scenario, saying there is only one in a million chance it will happen.
Space March 22, 2018
The European Space Agency wants to demystify exoplanets. To do so, it’s going to launch a mission called Ariel in 2028 to study their properties.
Space March 21, 2018
ESA astronaut shared a time-lapse video of a fireball as it enters the Earth's atmosphere. Could it be a fireball or a leftover space debris?
Space November 19, 2017
China's Tiangong-1 spacecraft is expected to re-enter the Earth's atmosphere in the coming months and hit several European countries. The European Space Agency will be hosting a test campaign to increase prediction accuracies for the crash.
Space November 10, 2017
The aurorae are incredible natural phenomena and we can witness them from space thanks to astronauts at the ISS. See the beautiful time-lapse of the natural light show.
Space September 25, 2017
BepiColombo is the European Space Agency’s first mission to explore Mercury. The collaborative mission between the ESA and JAXA aims to explore the planet’s inner workings, history, and origin.
Space July 9, 2017
The European Space Agency (ESA) champions satellite-based 5G internet and has signed a deal with European space companies to make it happen. Find out the potential gains and challenges with this technology for internet connectivity.
Internet June 23, 2017
China and the European Space Agency are bracing for collaboration on a human outpost on the moon and many other joint programs. ESA has been hard selling the 'Moon Village' as an international launching pad for deep space missions.
Space April 27, 2017
Citizen scientists discovered an unusual new feature of the northern lights and called the mysterious atmospheric phenomenon ‘Steve.' ESA’s Swarm satellite also studied the purple gas stream, initially dubbed a proton aurora borealis, and finally uncovered its secret.
Earth/Environment April 24, 2017
The end of the historic Rosetta mission marks a new beginning for the European Space Agency. What future missions does the ESA have on its plate?
Space October 1, 2016
By the end of September, the Rosetta Space Probe will crash land into Comet 67P to end its two-year journey orbiting the same comet. It will collect information on the surface until it finally goes out of commission.
Space September 12, 2016
After the Philae Lander went missing in 2014, ESA researchers had problems locating it. However, things took a turn for the better in 2016. The question is: how did ESA manage to locate the lander on the massive comet?
Space September 9, 2016
After two years of searching, the European Space Agency has finally located the final resting place of the Philae comet lander: in a rocky crevice - explaining why it had been so hard for the agency to locate and communicate with the lander after it disappeared.
Space September 6, 2016
A gravitational wave detector could be manufactured, which would work in space following an exciting new experiment. How could the LISA Pathfinder investigation confirm or deny a prediction made by Albert Einstein a century ago?
Space June 8, 2016
Antarctica's Nansen ice shelf gave birth to two giant icebergs on April 7. Different satellites including ESA Sentinel captured the images of the icebergs drifting from the ice shelf.
Animals April 18, 2016
Oil companies are partnering with international space agencies for a very important and interesting mission. They hope to learn more about how crude oil behaves on Earth by bringing it to space.
Space April 9, 2016
A lunar resort could be a hot new vacation spot, as well as a scientific outpost. How could such a facility be built, and what would it be like for travelers?
Space March 25, 2016
Europe and Russia to join forces in finding signs of life in Mars. The mission called ExoMars will feature two stages that will try to collect samples from the Martian surface and contribute to humans' existing knowledge of the Red Planet.
Space March 13, 2016
British mapping agency Ordnance Survey created an OS map of Mars in the hope that it will guide the landing of the 2018 ExoMars mission as well as future journeys to the Red Planet. How was the Mars map created and how did it differ from Earth maps?
Space February 17, 2016
After months of attempts, scientists will no longer try to wake up the sleeping comet lander Philae. Chances of the space probe returning to life are very low, officials said.
Space February 15, 2016
The European Data Relay System (EDRS) of the ESA will collect data from low-orbiting satellites through laser and send it down to Earth in almost-real time. It is projected as Europe''s new space data superhighway.
Space January 30, 2016
The European Space Agency is doing its best to nudge the comet lander Philae back to life after six months of hibernation. On Sunday, Jan. 10, scientists will send a command to the robot lab in hopes of restoring contact.
Space January 10, 2016
Hacking collective Anonymous released data from the European Space Agency. The group often carries out hacking attacks in behalf of certain causes, but this breach seemingly had no particular reason behind it.
Internet December 14, 2015
As a digital participant in the famed London Marathon, Peake will run the 26.2-mile course on a treadmill aboard the International Space Station on April 24, 2016, while the actual London Marathon is taking place on the ground.
FUTURE TECH December 4, 2015
The European Space Agency's scientists recreated the historic landing of their Philae probe on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko one year ago. They wanted to explore the possibilities of what might have caused the unfortunate landing.
Space November 18, 2015
The Luna 25 lunar mission, targeted to land near the moon’s south pole Aitken crater, was announced by the Russian space agency this week. The European Space Agency had also started looking to partner with Russia in this mission to have a permanent moon colony.
Space October 29, 2015
Astronomers predicted that the space object nicknamed "WTF 1190" will crash back into the Earth on November 13. Will it cause massive destruction when it crash-lands into the Indian Ocean?
Space October 28, 2015
Astronomers say that a massive piece of space junk called WT1190F will soon crash back into the Earth next month. The early discovery of the WT1190F has led scientists to compute its trajectory and predict when and where it will crash.
Space October 26, 2015
It truly is a starry night. ESA captured the Orion Molecular Cloud and the resulting image looks a lot like Van Gogh’s famous painting.
Space September 8, 2015
The Soyuz TMA-18M spacecraft, manned by a three-man international crew, has made its liftoff on Wednesday, Sept. 2, from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
Space September 2, 2015
Several pieces of space debris from a European Space Agency rocket were spotted in the water by local beachgoers on Fort Lauderdale Beach in Florida.
Space August 4, 2015
Scientists at Saarland University in Germany have discovered that the thinning of astronauts' skin during their stay in space could potentially be caused by a sudden increase in collagen production in their skin and the shrinking of the living cells of their epidermis.
Life July 23, 2015
Scientists at the European Space Agency discover evidence of living organisms on the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko through the space agency's Philae lander and Rosetta spacecraft.
Space July 6, 2015
The European Space Agency has revealed its plan to use satellites to blast asteroids with projectiles in order to change their course and prevent them from directly colliding with Earth.
Space July 5, 2015
A European Space Agency comet probe captures images of bright spots on the surface of Comet 76P. All evidence points to it being water ice, they suggest.
Space June 25, 2015
Researchers have found that Titan, the moon of the planet Saturn, shares many similarities with Earth. Data collated for over seven years suggest that Titan also has lakes and seas, among many other Earth-like features.
Space June 22, 2015
It appears Venus is still an active planet, and very much so. New evidence suggest there could be lava flowing on the planet's surface right now.
Space June 21, 2015
Italian astronaut returns to Earth with two new records attached to her name. No woman or European astronaut has ever spent as much time in space on a single uninterrupted mission as she has.
Space June 11, 2015
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station is on a mission to cook her favorite food while in space. She shows in a series of videos how to make tacos, chicken and rice.
Space June 8, 2015
The ESA's Mars Express spacecraft captured a photograph of two deep blue patches on Mars' surface, initially believed to be lakes. As it turns out, the blue spots are layers of dark, volcanic rock blown by Martian wind.
Space June 3, 2015