Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have successfully made the first ever satellite launcher 3-D printed in space.
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) just set a record for launching 104 satellites in a single mission, breaking the previous record of Russia's space agency which launched 37 satellites in one go in 2014.
Is the U.S. ready for a full-blown war in space? Experts say that the US Military considers the prospect and is gearing up for a potential space warfare by developing weapons that could only exist in science fiction dreams.
If his plan will be permitted, it would provide bandwidth of 1 gigabytes per second across the globe.
The planet Uranus is another interesting object in the Solar System because of its strange rings. But a recent study suggests that it's not the only surprising thing about the planet as there were signs of two hidden moons uncovered.
Hawaii is preparing for the landfall of two hurricanes known as Lester and Madeline. NASA was able to capture and observe the weather disturbances in a day.
North Korea currently has two satellites in orbit, but its space officials are working on a five-year plan to put more satellites up by 2020. However, the plan does not stop there. The country is also aiming for the moon.
A new US spy satellite launched on June 11th has already been spotted in space, undoing its secrecy. An amateur astronomer detected the object, believed to be a Mentor 7 signals intelligence (SIGINT) satellite.
The probe to find the origin of Mars oddly-shaped moons, Phobos and Deimos had yielded results that contradict former theories. Two recent studies suggest that the moons weren't asteroids captured by Mar's gravitational force, but remnants from a giant impact between Mars and a smaller protoplanet.
The month of May broke records world wide for the hottest temperatures recorded based on the data collected by NASA satellites.
By using the data of NASA's satellites, NASA scientists in partnership with the Environment and Climate Change Canada managed to identify 39 unreported "hotspots" or sources of toxic air pollutants on Earth emitting sulfur dioxide.
NASA recently discovered that low-energy secondary electrons have an unexpected role in creating Northern Light shows.
For anyone even halfway familiar with climate change, they are probably growing tired of hearing it - but all the same, it should be said: Antarctica's exceptionally important ice shelves are crumbling away at increasingly worrying rates, and we have climate change to blame.
Our own Milky Way has recently gained nine new neighbors - rare dwarf satellite galaxies, which could help astronomers better understand the mysterious dark matter that holds our galaxy together, new research says.
The United States Air Force and space industry media have revealed that a satellite which had been orbiting the Earth for the greater part of two decades exploded in early February, strewing debris that is worrying some experts. Now, the European Space Agency (ESA) has released a hasty assessment of this danger.