During its exploration of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, the Rosetta probe detected magnetic field oscillations that were later converted into sound. As the probe prepares for its finale, the comet sings a new song.
ESA's Rosetta mission will formally end on Sept. 30. A collision maneuver will be executed that will send Rosetta to free fall into the comet.
The European Space Agency is conducting an experiment on the International Space Station to study antibacterial properties of materials in space to determine if future spaceships will be easier to clean.
Images from ESA reveal a swirling Martian valley that could have once hosted life. The same spot could become the landing site for the ExoMars mission.
A team of scientists found that the landscape of the universe does not have a preferred direction, but expands the same way in every direction.
ESA's Rosetta comet chaser will be switched off and will crash to its death on Sept. 30.
The Russian space agency announced its plan to launch a manned mission to the moon and starts simulating lunar landing.
The Hubble Space Telescope detected circumbinary exoplanets by observing light-bending events called microlensing.
The European Space Agency (ESA) plans to work with the Russian space program in exploring the moon.
Researchers have discovered the secrets of tardigrades, the world's "hardiest animal," and how these water bears could survive extreme temperatures and radiation. Could humans one day survive X-ray and Mars?
Right now, the only option one has to travel to space is become an astronaut at either NASA or the European Space Agency (ESA). However, an Arizona-based company is on the verge of creating a space capsule that would make space travel possible for just $75,000.
Europe’s Vega rocket successfully launched into orbit five high-resolution Earth observation satellites, demonstrating the flexibility of its upper stage and multisatellite carrier.
A rare "fickle" supermassive black hole behavior was observed the European Space Observatory (ESO) using data from NASA and ESA telescopes.
ESA's Gaia telescope is about to complete the most accurate 3D map of the galaxy with 1.1 billion stars.