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Oct 07, 2018
NASA astronauts return from a six-month mission to Earth amid US-Russia tensionsNASA astronauts Drew Feustel, Ricky Arnold; and Roscosmos' Oleg Artemyev touched down at 11.45 GMT
Oct 03, 2018
ESA's Gaia telescope spots high-velocity stars travelling between galaxiesOf 20 stars, seven stars were moving away from the Galaxy and 13 were racing towards the Milky Way.
Aug 31, 2018
ISS reports pressure leak after being hit by micrometeorite, crew not in dangerNASA confirms the "minute pressure leak" and reports that the crew was in the middle of repairs
Aug 24, 2018
Aeolus satellite launched successfully to map wind patterns using advanced lasersESA describes Aeolus as the first space mission to gather wind pattern data on a global scale
Aug 23, 2018
European space agency launches satellite 'Aeolus' to improve weather forecastingAeolus to provide insight into how the tropical wind from the Pacific influences climate in Europe.
Jul 26, 2018
Scientists discover an underground lake on Mars raising possibility of lifeThe lake is about 1.5 kilometers beneath Mars's surface and is at least one meter deep.
Jun 15, 2018
Stephen Hawking’s voice to be beamed towards nearest black holeA message from late British astrophysics giant Stephen Hawking will be beamed towards the nearest black hole as his remains are laid to rest in London
Jun 14, 2018
Antartica's ice is melting at an alarming rate; 3 trillion ton of ice has disappeared since 1992In the last quarter century, the southern-most continent’s ice sheet melted into enough water to cover Texas to a depth of nearly 13 feet.
Jun 07, 2018
Trio of astronauts from Russia, United States and European Space Agency leave off for International Space StationThe Soyuz MS-09 ship has successfully entered a designated orbit and is set to dock at the space outpost 8 June.
May 29, 2018
Antartica has hidden mountain ranges and sub-glacial valleys which have been discovered by researchersThe PolarGAP project was designed to fill in the gap in the satellite data coverage of the South Pole and in particular acquire the missing gravity data.