Research explores how female astronauts handle menstrual periods in space.
NASA announced on Tuesday the discovery of 1,284 new planets, with nine in the so-called habitable zone, with the aid of the Kepler space telescope.
The latest findings of the New Horizon mission in Pluto suggests that it is neither a comet or a planet based from its unique interaction with solar wind.
Nili Fossae Trough is known to be the most colorful region on Mars. Aside from the prominent red color, other colors such as blue and blueish green is found on the region.
Pluto's smaller and odd-shaped moon is wrapped with icy pristine water, the findings were derived from the latest information sent to Earth by the New Horizon's mission to Pluto which was launched in 2006.
DSI and Luxembourg signed an MoU stating their willingness to cooperate to develop asteroid mining tecnhologies.
NASA grants funding to a 'biomining' microorganism which can eat metallic waste in Mars, then excrete them into reusable materials for printing technology in space.
Astroscale have launched maiden projects, IDEA OSG and ADRAS 1, designed to locate and collect space waste.
A team of astronomers has recently discovered three habitable alien planets that have Earth-like qualities. Interestingly, these newly discovered exoplanets are orbiting a nearby "ultracool dwarf star" called TRAPPIST-1, shedding more hints that life outside the solar system could be possible.
A team of astronomers discovered a unique comet without the characteristic tail, and this rocky, asteroid-like object could give clues about our early solar system.
Saturn's moon, Titan, is looking more identical to Earth as NASA recently discovered that it has a strange-looking sea. However, unlike Earth where the sea is composed of water, Titan's sea and other liquid formations are filled with methane.
NASA has released a stunning 4k video of a flare bursting from the sun that occurred at at 8:29 pm EDT on April 17, 2016.
If you think running a marathon on Earth is pretty tough, British astronaut Tim Peake has set the bar even higher -- literally. The ESA spaceman set a new world (or rather, space?) record yesterday as he finished a marathon in record time aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
A team of researchers led by Walter Robert Binns of Washington University in St. Louis has detected traces of 60Fe in cosmic rays flying through space, revealing that ashes from a nearby supernova continue to rain down on Earth up to this day.