The European Space Agency (ESA) has finally figured out what had caused the Schiaparelli Mars lander to crash on the red planet’s surface. Before the landers’ unlikely demise, scientists involved in the mission were able to recover data from the lander.
A machine will help monitor the muscles of astronauts on board the International Space Station (ISS). The Muscle Atrophy Research and Exercise System or MARES is a muscle measurement machine on the ISS that will observe the crew's muscles as they work out.
NASA will use Alexa-enabled robots for their mission to Mars in 2020 that might land a spacecraft on the red planet.
ESA's Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) sent its first images to Earth that might pave the way for a 3D map of the red planet.
After the controversial Schiaparelli crash on Mars, the European Space Agency has redeemed itself via its Trace Gas Orbited. TGO has sent back its first high-resolution photos of Mars, revealing the astonishing alien Martian landscape.
Detailed images from Sentinel-1 satellites reveal that one of San Francisco’s prominent skyscrapers, the Millennium Tower, sinking little by little every year.
The European Space Agency announced that Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli will be launched to the International Space Station next year, through an official statement released on November 24. Nespoli will be launched on a Soyuz vehicle in May 2017 on a five-month mission, which is part of a barter agreement between NASA and Italy’s ASI space agency involving ESA astronauts, according to ESA.
After quitting the European Union, the British government has expressed its utmost support to the European Space Agency.
The future of space is looking brighter than ever for Europeans, as the European Space Agency (ESA) announces that nine of its missions will be extended until 2018 through an official statement.
The European Space Agency (ESA) released an official report saying that the Schiaparelli crash was caused by a navigational system error.
The European Space Agency’s (ESA) ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter is making its first scientific observations on Mars. Science teams are calibrating their instruments and are about to make the first test observations.
The European Space Agency’s (ESA) astronaut Thomas Pesquet will perform an experiment to sample a new water-testing technology at the International Space Station (ISS).
The European Space Agency blames an inaccurate single-second inertial measurement for the unfortunate crash landing of its Schiaparelli lander on Mars last October 19.
Scientists have discovered carbon dioxide on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, which hints at extreme temperature changes on the comet’s surface.