TOKYO (AP) -- One of the world's largest geostationary satellites has developed a glitch in an experimental telecommunications system, authorities said Friday.
HOUSTON (AP) -- That's one small word for astronaut Neil Armstrong, one giant revision for grammar sticklers everywhere.
SHANGHAI, China (AP) – China plans a manned lunar mission by 2024 that will include a walk on the moon's surface, a top Chinese scientist was quoted as saying in a Hong Kong newspaper.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Christie's, the final frontier. These are the memorabilia of the ``Star Trek'' television shows and movies. Their mission - to fetch the highest prices they can at auction.
BEIJING (AP) – China's next space flight will carry three astronauts into orbit to perform a spacewalk and prepare for an eventual space station, newspapers reported Thursday.
SHANGHAI, China (AP) – China plans to send its second manned space mission into orbit next month, but the man who made the first trip won't be along.
HONG KONG (AP) _ China's first man in space, Yang Liwei, may make his big screen debut in a charity movie produced by filmmaker Tsui Hark, a Hong Kong newspaper reported Wednesday.
MOSCOW (AP) -- NASA's comet-smashing mission raised more than cosmic dust – it also brought a lawsuit from a Russian astrologer. A Moscow court has postponed hearings.
PASADENA, California (AP) -- NASA's Deep Impact comet-busting spacecraft emerged from "safe mode'' and was operating normally, the space agency said.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- NASA scientists are studying autistic savant Kim Peek, hoping that technology used to study the effects of space travel on the brain will help explain his mental capabilities.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) -- Movie fans who can't wait for Peter Jackson's multimillion-dollar remake of "King Kong" can log on to the Internet to watch the gorilla thriller as it is being made.
LONDON (AP) -- A newspaper survey of top scientists has chosen "Blade Runner" as the world's best science fiction.
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) -- NASA's Genesis spacecraft successfully adjusted its course this week as it heads back toward Earth with a sample of solar wind particles, the space agency said Wednesday.
The University of Texas and Texas A&M University are planning to construct what they call the world's largest telescope with the help of a Houston businessman's $1.25 million gift.