It is the first NASA rocket to launch from Australia since 1995, and the project was hailed as the start of a “new era” for the country’s space industry by prime minister Anthony Albanese
South Korea said Tuesday it had successfully launched its homegrown space rocket and placed a payload into orbit in a "giant leap" for the country's quest to become an advanced space-faring nation
A pulsar wind nebula is created when the powerful magnetic field of a rapidly spinning neutron star accelerates surrounding charged particles to nearly the speed of light
The European Space Agency and NASA on Wednesday talked up the prospect of putting the first European on the Moon, as they signed a deal strengthening collaboration for future lunar exploration.
The rocket was carrying two small satellites designed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Lincoln Laboratory to measure moisture and precipitation in tropical storm systems.
The field has begun to attract huge interest among art collectors -- and even bigger price tags at auction.
Three Chinese astronauts arrived at the country's space station on Sunday, the Chinese space agency for human flights said, the latest stride in Beijing's aim to become a major space power.
Boeing's Starliner capsule returned to Earth Wednesday in the final step of a key uncrewed test flight to prove itself worthy of providing rides for NASA astronauts to the International Space Station
The findings come from more than 200 observations of discrete aurora on Mars by the NASA-led Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution spacecraft
Eminent space scientist and former chairman of SPARRSO, AM Choudhury died of old-age complications at his Dhanmondi residence on Thursday
After some four years probing Mars' interior, NASA's InSight lander will likely retire this summer as accumulated dust on its solar panels saps its power.
The ground-breaking experiment has given researchers hope that it may be possible to one day grow plants directly on the Moon.
Astronomers have discovered eight new black hole binaries that echo around our galaxy, allowing them to piece together a common picture of how a black hole moves in an explosion, according to a new ...
Human physiology is based on the fact that life evolved over millions of years while tethered to Earth’s gravitational pull