As the world scrambles to confront the disease caused by a novel coronavirus, Italy has been forced to take such dramatic measures that the country's emissions have changed, as seen from space.
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New satellite images show Iranian authorities digging large numbers of graves in the Qom area, which media reports say is due to the growing numbers of coronavirus victims in the country.
Space Symposium, one of the biggest space industry conferences in the world that brings thousands to Colorado Springs every year, has been postponed indefinitely over coronavirus concerns.
The Northeast Astronomy Forum (NEAF), which normally brings thousands of people to New York every year, will switch to a virtual-only meeting in April due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As coronavirus continues to spread around the globe, it's interesting to ponder what would happen if such a virus were to spread in space.
The European Southern Observatory has closed several of its facilities and canceled public events in Germany and Chile in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Despite the lack of official comment on the mission, China’s first expedition to Mars appears to be on track.
NASA is keeping watch for more potential impacts the new coronavirus may have on the U.S. space program, according to NASA chief Jim Bridenstine.
Commercial launch leaders are optimistic that the industry will survive the current outbreak of coronavirus.
As coronavirus continues to spread around the world, lawmakers suggest another measure to prevent the spread of disease: a Vulcan greeting.
NASA's Ames Research Center in California has issued a mandatory call for employees to work from home after one worker tested positive for the coronavirus responsible for COVID-19.
The European Space Agency has implemented "clear measures" as the organization deals with the impact of coronavirus, the agency's director-general said in an update.
NASA is testing a telework day for many employees today (March 6) to prepare for a scenario in which the coronavirus outbreak gets much worse.
Concerns about the coronavirus outbreak have resulted in some cancellations and restrictions in the space industry, but many events will continue as planned.
There's been a sharp drop in air pollution over China since the acceleration of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, and satellites can see it from space.
The spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus is beginning to affect major upcoming space and science gatherings.
Organizers of the American Physical Society's March conference made the decision to cancel due to coronavirus concerns less than two days before the conference was set to begin.
A new virus called SARS-CoV-2 is a coronavirus that has caused an outbreak of a disease called COVID-19. But what does that have to do with Mars?
China resumed satellite launches Wednesday (Feb. 19) amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, lofting a Long March 2D rocket in the country's first launch since the Chinese New Year.