Despite the loss of Schiaparelli lander, ESA's ExoMars probe will push through with the help of the Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) that successfully swung into place.
NASA's MAVEN probe identified fluctuating amount of water escape from the Martian atmosphere.
There's been a lot of suspense surrounding ExoMars Schiaparelli's touchdown on Mars' surface. Now, the European Space Agency (ESA) has announced today that they lost contact with the spacecraft one minute before its touchdown to the red planet's surface.
A new study suggests that there could still be an active volcano on the surface of Venus based on lava flow spotted on the images taken of the planet.
ESA's lander Schiaparelli is currently being hunted by engineers as the signal was cut before it was supposed to touch down on Mars.
The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) will perform a critical engine burn to be captured into the orbit of Mars.
ESA's Schiaparelli lander will arrive on Mars on Oct. 19 after a 3-day descent.
Europe’s Schiaparelli Mars lander has successfully separated from its mothership and is on target to land on the Red Planet.
The most basic molecule required to create an organism could have originated from infrared light emissions from young stars also called "starlight."
ESA's Mars lander is scheduled for descent this coming Oct.19. Scientists are closely monitoring its activity since the landing might coincide with a predicted dust storm on Mars.
NASA is adding up finishing touches on the James Webb Spae Telescope before it becomes ready to look at the first stars in the universe.
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.
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.
The Rosetta spacecraft captured images of its final resting place on the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko during its end-of-mission crash landing.
Rosetta's colorful 12-year journey are immortalized in ESA's Rosetta Multimedia Library where all the images captured by the spacecraft's camera are stored. Here are the most viewed and highly rated photographs taken by Rosetta.