NASA's Perseverance rover succeeds in drilling rocks from Mars

NASA had failed during its first attempt to scoop up a piece of Martian life because the rock was too crumbly

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China builds miniature prototype helicopter for surveillance on Mars

China's prototype resembles NASA's robotic helicopter Ingenuity in appearance

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Astronomers discover class of 'hycean' exoplanets that could prove fruitful in search for alien life

The existence of extraterrestrial life long has been one of the paramount questions of science

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Russian space agency Roscosmos postpones lunar mission over 'problems during testing'

Russia had announced last week that the mission, originally scheduled for October 1, from the Vostochny Cosmodrome in the Far East had been moved to May 2022

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Astronaut’s medical issue makes NASA delay spacewalk at ISS  

Medical issue with one of its astronauts has forced NASA to delay the spacewalk at the International Space Station. The postponement was announced by the officials on Monday, just less than 24…

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NASA spots a ‘break’ in one of the Milky Way’s spiral arms

Until now, the understanding of the galaxy’s shape had been based upon indirect measurements of celestial landmarks within the Milky Way and inferences from structures observed in other galaxies…

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Unusually soft, powdery rock responsible for sampling fiasco on Mars, says NASA

Scientists hope to find biosignatures embedded in samples of ancient sediments that Perseverance is designed to extract from Martian rock for future analysis back on Earth, the first such…

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NASA says asteroid Bennu classified as 'potentially hazardous' can hit Earth

Although the chances of it hitting Earth are very low, Bennu remains one of the two most hazardous known asteroids in our solar system, along with another asteroid called 1950 DA

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You got pizza: Northrop Grumman makes delivery to International Space Station via resupply spacecraft

The Cygnus spacecraft will remain at the space station until November before it disposes of several thousand pounds of trash through its destructive re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere

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Space tourism: Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic is restarting ticket sales beginning at $450,000

Between 2005 and 2014, around 600 people had paid $200,000 to $250,000 for booking seats on Virgin's spaceship

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International Space Station did 540-degree flip, turned upside down: Mishap more serious than earlier reported

A few hours after docking, Nauka's propulsive devices unexpectedly fired, forcing personnel aboard the multinational manned orbital platform to fire thrusters on the Russian segment of the station…

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Boeing postpones Starliner launch to International Space Station after new glitch

After NASA ended the Space Shuttle program in 2011, it gave both Boeing and SpaceX multi-billion dollar contracts to provide its astronauts with taxi services to the space station and end US…

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You've got mail from Mars. Open for magic and wonder

The mail comes from Mars, which, since ancient times, has fascinated mankind, steeped as it is, in mystery and intrigue

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US agency denies Blue Origin protest over NASA lunar lander contract

The companies challenged the $2.9 billion award to SpaceX for the lander, arguing NASA was required to make multiple awards

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'All is well', says Moscow after space station thrown off course by Nauka module

According to NASA, the mishap began about three hours after the Nauka module, named after the Russian word for 'science', had latched onto the space station, as mission controllers in Moscow were…

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NASA's Hubble Telescope captures massive 'eye' of dying star

Hubble has released images of a stellar explosion of the AG Carinae, a luminous blue variable star

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NASA's Perseverance rover succeeds in drilling rocks from Mars

NASA had failed during its first attempt to scoop up a piece of Martian life because the rock was too crumbly

Read Article

China builds miniature prototype helicopter for surveillance on Mars

China's prototype resembles NASA's robotic helicopter Ingenuity in appearance

Read Article

Astronomers discover class of 'hycean' exoplanets that could prove fruitful in search for alien life

The existence of extraterrestrial life long has been one of the paramount questions of science

Read Article

Russian space agency Roscosmos postpones lunar mission over 'problems during testing'

Russia had announced last week that the mission, originally scheduled for October 1, from the Vostochny Cosmodrome in the Far East had been moved to May 2022

Read Article

Astronaut’s medical issue makes NASA delay spacewalk at ISS  

Medical issue with one of its astronauts has forced NASA to delay the spacewalk at the International Space Station. The postponement was announced by the officials on Monday, just less than 24…

Read Article

NASA spots a ‘break’ in one of the Milky Way’s spiral arms

Until now, the understanding of the galaxy’s shape had been based upon indirect measurements of celestial landmarks within the Milky Way and inferences from structures observed in other galaxies…

Read Article

Unusually soft, powdery rock responsible for sampling fiasco on Mars, says NASA

Scientists hope to find biosignatures embedded in samples of ancient sediments that Perseverance is designed to extract from Martian rock for future analysis back on Earth, the first such…

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NASA says asteroid Bennu classified as 'potentially hazardous' can hit Earth

Although the chances of it hitting Earth are very low, Bennu remains one of the two most hazardous known asteroids in our solar system, along with another asteroid called 1950 DA

Read Article

You got pizza: Northrop Grumman makes delivery to International Space Station via resupply spacecraft

The Cygnus spacecraft will remain at the space station until November before it disposes of several thousand pounds of trash through its destructive re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere

Read Article

Space tourism: Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic is restarting ticket sales beginning at $450,000

Between 2005 and 2014, around 600 people had paid $200,000 to $250,000 for booking seats on Virgin's spaceship

Read Article

International Space Station did 540-degree flip, turned upside down: Mishap more serious than earlier reported

A few hours after docking, Nauka's propulsive devices unexpectedly fired, forcing personnel aboard the multinational manned orbital platform to fire thrusters on the Russian segment of the station…

Read Article

Boeing postpones Starliner launch to International Space Station after new glitch

After NASA ended the Space Shuttle program in 2011, it gave both Boeing and SpaceX multi-billion dollar contracts to provide its astronauts with taxi services to the space station and end US…

Read Article

You've got mail from Mars. Open for magic and wonder

The mail comes from Mars, which, since ancient times, has fascinated mankind, steeped as it is, in mystery and intrigue

Read Article

US agency denies Blue Origin protest over NASA lunar lander contract

The companies challenged the $2.9 billion award to SpaceX for the lander, arguing NASA was required to make multiple awards

Read Article

'All is well', says Moscow after space station thrown off course by Nauka module

According to NASA, the mishap began about three hours after the Nauka module, named after the Russian word for 'science', had latched onto the space station, as mission controllers in Moscow were…

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Boeing's Starliner crewed mission all set for test flight to International Space Station

Boeing is eager for another shot at proving its crew capsule after technical failures put the aerospace juggernaut behind Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX

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Focussed on spacecraft and human safety amid COVID-19, recalls NASA’s Dr. Swati Mohan of Mars Mission

Born in Karnataka, India, Swati Mohan moved to the US at a very young age and aspired to be a doctor

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'Summer is in full bloom': NASA shares satellite images of phytoplanktons

Microscopic ocean plants called phytoplankton gobble up CO2 and drag it to the bottom of the ocean when they die

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NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures images of two unusual galaxies

NASA released Hubble's images of a pair of interacting galaxies in the southern hemisphere, named ARP-MADORE2115-273 and ARP-MADORE0002-503

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NASA's Hubble Telescope captures massive 'eye' of dying star

Hubble has released images of a stellar explosion of the AG Carinae, a luminous blue variable star

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NASA's Perseverance rover succeeds in drilling rocks from Mars

NASA had failed during its first attempt to scoop up a piece of Martian life because the rock was too crumbly

Read Article

China builds miniature prototype helicopter for surveillance on Mars

China's prototype resembles NASA's robotic helicopter Ingenuity in appearance

Read Article

Astronomers discover class of 'hycean' exoplanets that could prove fruitful in search for alien life

The existence of extraterrestrial life long has been one of the paramount questions of science

Read Article

Russian space agency Roscosmos postpones lunar mission over 'problems during testing'

Russia had announced last week that the mission, originally scheduled for October 1, from the Vostochny Cosmodrome in the Far East had been moved to May 2022

Read Article

Astronaut’s medical issue makes NASA delay spacewalk at ISS  

Medical issue with one of its astronauts has forced NASA to delay the spacewalk at the International Space Station. The postponement was announced by the officials on Monday, just less than 24…

Read Article

NASA spots a ‘break’ in one of the Milky Way’s spiral arms

Until now, the understanding of the galaxy’s shape had been based upon indirect measurements of celestial landmarks within the Milky Way and inferences from structures observed in other galaxies…

Read Article

Unusually soft, powdery rock responsible for sampling fiasco on Mars, says NASA

Scientists hope to find biosignatures embedded in samples of ancient sediments that Perseverance is designed to extract from Martian rock for future analysis back on Earth, the first such…

Read Article

NASA says asteroid Bennu classified as 'potentially hazardous' can hit Earth

Although the chances of it hitting Earth are very low, Bennu remains one of the two most hazardous known asteroids in our solar system, along with another asteroid called 1950 DA

Read Article

You got pizza: Northrop Grumman makes delivery to International Space Station via resupply spacecraft

The Cygnus spacecraft will remain at the space station until November before it disposes of several thousand pounds of trash through its destructive re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere

Read Article

Space tourism: Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic is restarting ticket sales beginning at $450,000

Between 2005 and 2014, around 600 people had paid $200,000 to $250,000 for booking seats on Virgin's spaceship

Read Article

International Space Station did 540-degree flip, turned upside down: Mishap more serious than earlier reported

A few hours after docking, Nauka's propulsive devices unexpectedly fired, forcing personnel aboard the multinational manned orbital platform to fire thrusters on the Russian segment of the station…

Read Article

Boeing postpones Starliner launch to International Space Station after new glitch

After NASA ended the Space Shuttle program in 2011, it gave both Boeing and SpaceX multi-billion dollar contracts to provide its astronauts with taxi services to the space station and end US…

Read Article

You've got mail from Mars. Open for magic and wonder

The mail comes from Mars, which, since ancient times, has fascinated mankind, steeped as it is, in mystery and intrigue

Read Article

US agency denies Blue Origin protest over NASA lunar lander contract

The companies challenged the $2.9 billion award to SpaceX for the lander, arguing NASA was required to make multiple awards

Read Article

'All is well', says Moscow after space station thrown off course by Nauka module

According to NASA, the mishap began about three hours after the Nauka module, named after the Russian word for 'science', had latched onto the space station, as mission controllers in Moscow were…

Read Article

Boeing's Starliner crewed mission all set for test flight to International Space Station

Boeing is eager for another shot at proving its crew capsule after technical failures put the aerospace juggernaut behind Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX

Read Article

Focussed on spacecraft and human safety amid COVID-19, recalls NASA’s Dr. Swati Mohan of Mars Mission

Born in Karnataka, India, Swati Mohan moved to the US at a very young age and aspired to be a doctor

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'Summer is in full bloom': NASA shares satellite images of phytoplanktons

Microscopic ocean plants called phytoplankton gobble up CO2 and drag it to the bottom of the ocean when they die

Read Article

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures images of two unusual galaxies

NASA released Hubble's images of a pair of interacting galaxies in the southern hemisphere, named ARP-MADORE2115-273 and ARP-MADORE0002-503

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Russians celebrate 60 years since Yuri Gagarin's spaceflight

Russians on Monday celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first manned flight to space carried out by cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin as the Soviet hero remains one of the most admired figures in the country

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