The discovery renews hopes of finding life on the Red Planet
These distant objects could reveal how young star systems form planets
The former astronaut was in Bristol talking about his experiences of commanding the ISS
Analysis of 67P’s water shows it differs greatly from that found on our planet.
After nine years the spacecraft is roused on approach to Pluto
The Japanese Hayabusa 2 mission will return a sample of the space rock to Earth
Strong jets make the spiral galaxy a very unusual find
NASA's new crewed module will undergo its first in orbit test later this week
NASA probes have found a natural ‘deflector shield’ that repels killer electrons
A visit to the Pic du Midi Observatory at 2,877m in the beautiful Haute-Pyrénées in the south of France is a must for stargazers and amateur astronomers.
Contemplating alien worlds could help us learn more about our own.
Crowd funding for the project prepares for lift-off
Cosmic winds remove gas from galaxies, preventing the birth of new stars
We reveal how ESA plan to land a probe on a comet for the first time
The three probes have monitored the effect of the dust trail on the planet
The Philae lander will attempt to touch down on the site on 12 November 2014
A new class of star may be being formed at the centre of our Galaxy
The immense fireball was first spotted by an amateur astronomer
Explore space in real time on Sunday 2 November with the Slooh Community Space Observatory
The satellite could have an odd shaped core or a liquid ocean beneath its crust