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Aug 08, 2019
RocketLab intends to pluck falling rockets from the sky using a helicopterJeff Bezo's Blue Origin was the first company to land their rocket after a launch in 2015.
Aug 07, 2019
NASA successful tests propulsion engines of Orion spacecraft to be used in ArtemisThe test lasted for 12 minutes and the system never left the ground during the simulation.
Aug 02, 2019
10 best images NASA's Chandra X-ray observatory took over its 20 years on dutyThis space telescope launched in July 1999 and investigated events that were not yet known of when it observed them.
Aug 01, 2019
ISRO to set up a Technical Liaison Unit in Moscow to further India's Gaganyaan projectEstimated annual expenditure of Rs 1.5 crore is anticipated to be incurred at ITLU in Moscow.
Jul 18, 2019
Moon rocks from Apollo missions could help predict volcanic eruptions on EarthNASA loaned 18 rock samples for the study and they came from the Apollo 12 and 15 missions.
Jul 05, 2019
To the Moon & back: Future missions planned by various countries to our natural satelliteEven with all the progress we've made in space exploration, something's always taking us back to our natural satellite.
Jun 27, 2019
Moon rocks from Apollo missions will be opened on 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11Of all the six mission, the Apollo 11 mission got back only 22 kilograms of moon rocks, the least amount of samples.
Jun 07, 2019
Team Indus to design and build a moon lander for NASA's Artemis 2024 missionTeam Indus is part of a consortium with Orbit Beyond that has been awarded a contract of $97 million.
Apr 19, 2019
China invites partners to join project to collect samples from near-Earth asteroidThe 10-year mission involves a probe to sample an asteroid & an orbiter to study a comet.
Sep 06, 2018
India to collaborate with France on human space mission Gaganyaan; ISRO plans to send 3 people to space before 2022The ISRO mission is significant, as it would make India one of the four countries in the world, after Russia, the US and China, to launch a manned space flight.