ESA's Rosetta probe captured images that could prove that there are landslides on the surface of comet 67P. The changing weather, geologic process and mechanical effects of spinning are some of the reasons cited that's causing erosion.
While the rest of humanity is celebrating St. Patrick's Day on Earth, astronaut Thomas Pesquet commemorated this day by capturing magnificent pictures of Ireland and the planet from space.
A magnetic field to protect Mars could make it more viable to host life or at least the crew for future missions. This is the concept that NASA presented during the Planetary Science Vision 2050 workshop.
ESA discovered the brightest pulsar ever to be identified by men. The pulsar is a thousand times brighter than previously thought.
Orbital collisions are what NASA is trying to avoid in space. And if most missions will launch in the 2020 Mars window, there will be more spacecraft to regulate on Mars.
The European Space Agency (ESA) released a stunning image of Mars northern ice caps. The ice cap was disturbed by swirling patterns thought to have been caused by strong winds.
NASA and ESA are working together for another historic mission the moon. ESA will help provide the modules for the Orion spacecraft that will take humans to the moon and beyond.
ESA released some images of the red planet showing the frost build up. The accumulation of water-ice on Mars occurs in some parts including the northern tip of the planet.
Two NASA astronauts completed a spacewalk last Jan. 6 to perform power upgrade on the ISS. The next spacewalk will take place on Jan. 3.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) joined the bandwagon by sending their own version of the mannequin challenge. It is, of course, done in microgravity, which makes it more interesting.
NASA released a list of its favorite images from 2016. With the uncertainty that the new administration is bringing, looking back at the successful missions of 2016 brings hope to NASA scientists and the public alike.
A famous astronomer made the discovery of the spiral galaxy in the Hunting Dog constellation two centuries ago. But it was only today that the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope chased down the galaxy to reveal more information about it.
The crew aboard the International Space Station are also celebrating the holidays in microgravity. They even sent a video from the ISS to Earth to commemorate the event.
tA festive glowing red nebula was spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope. The nebulas glow could be attributed to heated hydrogen according to experts.