Blue Origin has successfully tested the in-flight escape system of its manned spacecraft, New Shepard.
Three scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry for designing machines that are thinner than a strand of hair.
NASA has completed the welding of one of the first giant fuel tanks that will take its Space Launch System mega rocket to space in 2018.
A star known as KIC 8462852 or “alien megastructure” star continues to baffle scientists as it mysteriously dims and loses its brightness.
The European-Russian joint mission ExoMars will be entering the Red Planet’s orbit and land the Schiaparelli demonstrator module on its surface this month.
A team of scientist has discovered an unexpected behavior in the atmosphere that disrupts one of the Earth’s most regular climate cycles.
China is developing what could be the world's biggest spaceplane, and it will fly up to 20 passengers to space. The China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology in Beijing has designed a simple, one-piece spaceplane that could be scaled up to carry more people.
The 2016 Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to three scientists who studied the unexplored bizarre properties of matter in unusual states.
A British man with HIV could possibly be cured after showing no sign of the virus following new experimental treatment.
After the Rosetta mission is over, The European Space Agency is looking at launching new missions, including two smaller comet proposals and probes to Mars, Mercury, Jupiter and the sun.
As hurricane Matthew intensified in north of Colombia, rare lightning sprites lit up the skies just above the thunderstorm clouds.
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx asteroid sampling mission has successfully captured “first-light” images in space after acing initial instrument check.
The Rosetta spacecraft captured images of its final resting place on the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko during its end-of-mission crash landing.
Rare salamanders or “baby dragons” that hatched in Slovenia’s Postojna Cave have survived the early stages of their lives and reached adolescence.
A team of international scientists has discovered a new way to produce images of Earth’s interior. The new method could provide a new understanding of the Earth’s crust and help in studying interiors of other celestial bodies.