The spacecraft that ferried India's Chandrayaan-3 lander-rover duo to the moon has returned home to Earth orbit.
Twenty-five years ago, Bob Cabana was at space shuttle Endeavour's controls when he fired thrusters to dock a U.S.-built node with a Russian module, giving birth to the International Space Station.
The ESA satellite Copernicus Sentinel-2 caught an image of the new volcanic island "Niijima" on Nov. 27, showing the island off the coast of Japan forged in fire in Oct. is still rising from the sea.
The third flight of SpaceX's giant Starship vehicle could involve a propellant-transfer demonstration, according to NASA officials.
A unified approach of quantum physics and astrophysics may have brought scientists closer to understanding the "glitches" experienced by ultradense dead stars called neutron stars.
During NASA astronaut Frank Rubio's year in space, a dwarf tomato he harvested floated away from him. International Space Station astronauts retrieved the tomato's remains 8 months later.
The Australian Space Agency has named its first lunar rover Roo-ver, which will launch to the moon as early as 2026 in partnership with NASA's Artemis program.
The James Webb Space Telescope has taken a bite out of a cosmic burger to create a 2D inventory of different forms of ice surrounding a planet-birthing disk.
Iran test launched what it describes as a "bio-capsule" as part of its plan to put its own astronauts into space by the end of the decade.
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