NASA aims to enhance astronaut meals through the implementation of deep space food production
Air Company has successfully pioneered a method of recycling carbon dioxide exhaled by astronauts during flights. This recycled carbon dioxide is utilised to cultivate yeast-based nutrients, which are then used in protein shakes specifically designed to nourish crews on extended deep-space missions
NASA shares mesmerising photo of 'heart-shaped' glacier on Pluto
Pluto is situated in the Kuiper Belt, which is a circular area composed of icy celestial objects
Race To The Moon: NASA awards both Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk contracts to put humans on the Moon
NASA has announced that they have awarded Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin private rocket company a $3.4 billion contract for Artemis V mission to the Moon. Before Bezos, Elon Musk's SpaceX will launch Artemis III to the Moon
'Defying physics': What is the mysterious object that is 10 million times brighter than the sun?
NASA recently found a ultraluminous X-ray light called M82 X-2, which is 10 million times as bright as the sun. Scientists are scrambling to understand this celestial object that is upending the current understanding of physics
Stoking Conspiracies: Russian space agency boss says that 'no proof' US ever landed on the Moon
Russia's Roscosmos space agency's former boss Dmitry Rogozin, believes that the US Apollo 11 mission was faked and that American astronauts never landed on the Moon. He further questions why, all of a sudden, did the US stop sending manned missions to the Moon.
The Vanishing Act: Why Saturn’s rings are disappearing
Can you imagine Saturn without its rings? Yes, they are eroding. They will disappear in a few hundred million years and while this sounds like a long time, it’s a ‘quick death’ in the history of the universe, says a lead researcher
Bleak Future: Astronomers see a star devour a planet for the first time, the same fate that awaits Earth
For the first time, astronomers in the United States observed what happens when a star swallows a planet. The dying star, which was discovered in the Milky Way galaxy roughly 12,000 light years from Earth, swallowed a planet about 11 times bigger than the Earth.
Explained: What NASA's Artemis Moon base will look like
The next time NASA goes to the Moon, it intends to stay. Under the Artemis program, the US space agency plans to maintain a human presence, for the very first time, on a celestial body other than Earth. But building a lunar base is no small feat
The sun is reaching solar maximum: What does this mean? What should the Earth be prepared for?
Solar maximum might arrive in 2024, a year earlier than expected. The sun will reach the peak of its current solar cycle. It can lead to large-scale blackouts and disrupt radio communications across the world. The increased radiation activity can have serious health consequences for astronauts
Explained: The damage that SpaceX's Starship rocket caused at Texas launch site
Repairing the damage from Thursday's unmanned test flight is expected to take months, potentially delaying further launch attempts and slowing the development of a rocket NASA plans to use on its upcoming Moon missions
Elon Musk’s SpaceX ‘blew up’ world’s most powerful rocket: Why Starship launch is still considered a win
Starship, the world’s biggest and most powerful, exploded minutes after it took off. To everyday observers that appears like a failure. But Elon Musk’s SpaceX has touted it as a success. Here’s why
#WATCH: As Kyiv sky lights up, US says meteor, not UFO, not falling NASA satellite
Around 22:00, a bright glow was seen in the Kyiv sky. Although an air raid alert was raised, Serhiy Popko, the chief of Kyiv's military administration, stated on Telegram that "air defence was not in operation
Flash of light over Kyiv sparks speculation, NASA denies involvement
According to Sergiy Popko, the head of Kyiv's military administration, a 'bright glow' was seen over the city about 10:00 pm (1900 GMT)
Why SpaceX called off the launch of Starship, the most powerful rocket ever built
The lift-off for the nearly 400-foot unmanned vehicle was cancelled just minutes before launch due to an issue with a valve in the booster’s pressurisation system. SpaceX kept the countdown going as a ‘wet dress rehearsal’ but the company said the inaugural flight would be delayed by 48 hours
SpaceX Starship set for test launch today: What to know about the world’s biggest rocket
Jutting almost 400 feet into the South Texas sky, Starship could blast off today, with no one aboard. For this demo, SpaceX won't attempt any landings of the rocket or the spacecraft
Want to live on Mars? Here's what it will feel like
NASA unveiled its new Mars-simulation habitat, in which volunteers will live for a year at a time to test what life will be like on future missions to Earth's neighbour
Private mission to ISS with Saudi astronauts scheduled on 8 May, according to Axiom Space, NASA
Rayyanah Barnawi, a breast cancer researcher, will be the first Saudi woman to travel into space, and she will be joined on the journey by fighter pilot Ali Al-Qarni
NASA's first moon crew in 50 years includes one woman, three men
The mission's commander, Reid Wiseman, will be joined by Victor Glover, an African American naval aviator; Christina Koch, who holds the world record for the longest spaceflight by a woman; and Canada's Jeremy Hansen
Indian-origin software and robotics engineer named first head of NASA's newly-established Moon to Mars Programme
Kshatriya will serve as NASA's first head of the office, with immediate effect. The new office aims to carry out the agency's human exploration activities on the Moon and Mars for the benefit of humanity.
NASA, Boeing aiming for July launch of Starliner space capsule
The CST-100 Starliner mission, which had previously been planned for April, will take place no earlier than July 21, the officials said