The red planet may once have had more water than the Arctic Ocean
ALMA dust discovery raises questions about the formation of early galaxies
Interdisciplinary team model a microbe that could survive in seas of methane
The vehicles that helped launch Apollo are still going strong, five decades later
Intermediate-mass black holes could be the key step in their evolution
New technique is hailed as a major breakthrough for exoplanet geology
NASA’s Maven probe has completed the first of five ‘deep dip’ manoeuvres
Planet with six times the mass of Jupiter will be gone in 200 million years' time
Scientists come closer to solving cosmic riddle of very active 'starburst' galaxies
Follow the test of the new vehicle from launch to splash down.
Scientists discover a nascent multiple star system for the first time
New British-built microsatellite will study the atmospheres of exoplanets
New analysis of unusual meteorite suggests it is typical of the Martian crust
Strange objects in Spitzer images identified with help from the Milky Way Project
The Moon, long ignored by space agencies, is about to get a lot busier
Radar telescopes found a secondary body in orbit around the near-Earth object 2004 BL86
The giant space rock will be visible even through small amateur telescopes
New simulations could explain oddly behaving gas
Asteroids may not have been the building blocks of planets, as has long been believed.
The long lost probe landed safely, but then failed to deploy properly.