NASA's Opportunity Rover falls asleep after massive Martian dust storm, raising concerns for its survival
An unusually severe dust storm overcome NASA's Opportunity rover, putting the solar-powered vehicle into sleep mode and raising concerns about its survival
Interplanetary dust particles in comets may hold major clues to understanding how planets were formed: Study
Surviving samples of pre-solar dust are most likely to be preserved in comets – small, cold bodies that formed in the outer solar nebula.
Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre to transfer its lithium-ion cell technology to Indian industry for Rs 1 crore
ISRO announced it has decided to transfer its own lithium-ion cell technology to Indian industry on a non-exclusive basis for Rs 1 crore
Japan launches surveillance satellite using H-2A rocket to monitor North Korea's military installations
Japan on Tuesday launched a surveillance satellite to monitor North Korea's military installations and take pictures of areas affected by natural disasters
India discovers new planet revolving around Sun-like star 600 light years away, joins elite club of nations
In a major scientific discovery, a team from PRL in Ahmedabad has found for the first time a distant planet roughly 6 times the size of Earth
SpaceX has asked NASA for a 67-acre patch of land and if everything goes as planned then this proposed operation area will be located about a mile from KSC.
Scientists hope that the extension of the Juno spacecraft orbiting around Jupiter will enable the mission to achieve its primary science objectives.
NASA's Curiosity Rover discovers more organic compounds on Mars, which could once have been food for ancient life
NASA emphasized that these kinds of particles could have been the food source for hypothetical microbial life on Mars.
NASA's New Horizons is ready for the farthest planetary encounter in history, a visit to the mysterious Ultima Thule
NASA’s New Horizons is back after a six-month sleep and has a new target a Kuiper Belt Object called Ultime Thule; the flyby will take place on 1 January.
NASA's Curiosity rover has found new science "results" on Mars and the agency will disclose the findings at a press conference at 11.30 pm IST on 7 June.
Trio of astronauts from Russia, United States and European Space Agency leave off for International Space Station
The Soyuz MS-09 ship has successfully entered a designated orbit and is set to dock at the space outpost 8 June.
Nod for the continuation of GSLV-III programme will give India the capability to launch big satellites
The GSLV Mk-III has been developed towards achieving indigenous launch capability to launch 4-tonne class of satellites.
Astronomers are eager to study gas giant exoplanet Wasp-127b, which is thought to be filled with metals, and maybe even water: Report
According to a team of astronomers in the University of Cambridge and IAC, in Spain, the exoplanet, WASP-127b has shown possible signs of Water.
The neutron star discovered using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory is a rare variety that has both a low magnetic field and no stellar companion.
Students send broccoli seeds to International Space Station to check whether it can grow in challenging conditions
The experiment was prepped in a flight laboratory located at NASA-Ames Research Center in California. "In space, plants are very stressed and don't grow or reproduce well," Freeman explained.
When the three crewmates land in Kazakhstan, about three-and-a-half hours after undocking, the trio will have spent 168 days in space and conducted one spacewalk each
This permanent immigrant asteroid could reveal important information about the evolution of our solar system
To find the origin of the asteroid, the team ran simulations to trace the location of 2015 BZ509 right back to the birth of our Solar System.
The NASA spacecraft will lift of at 4:39 am EDT on the company's CRS-9 cargo resupply mission, from Virginia Space's Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport Pad.
Since coming to office in 2012, Chinese President Xi Jinping has made becoming a 'space flight superpower' a top priority for the Chinese government
At 11.05 pm on 15 May, Asteroid 2010 WC9 will make its closest approach only 0.53 lunar distances (126.419 miles) from Earth.