The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft just arrived on Earth in a splashdown in the Pacific Ocean.
The UK is caught between the rift of the US and Russia with regard to nuclear saber-rattling. And the most affected party will be Major Tim Peake who is about to re-enter Earth on June aboard Russia's Souyuz rocket.
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.
Astronauts Scott Kelly and Tim Peake were filmed playing the virtual reality version of the popular video game, space invaders and the video is nothing less than awesome.
Astronauts aboard the ISS helped record footage using IMAX cameras installed in the spacecraft. They said this is the best visual recording of earth from outer space, next to seeing it with your own eyes.
British astronaut Tim Peake successfully completed an experiment to control a robot rover on earth from the International Space Station. He used a program called Meteron by the European Space Station (ESA) designed to facilitate control of machines remotely from great distances.
The recently cancelled launched of an unmanned aircraft angered Russian President Vladimir Putin, who then asked for a shake-up with the Russian space agency to limit the "glitches" which caused delays in their space programs.
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).
The London Marathon is an annual event anticipated by most British health enthusiasts and foreign athletes alike. This year, the London Marathon is going to be unique because one of the marathoners is joining the race from space. British astronaut Timothy Peake is set to join the London Marathon from inside the International Space Station.
NASA together with Bigelow Aerospace managed to successfully attach the first inflatable room to the International Space Station. Because this is the first of its kind, it has caught the attention of many. But the makers of the expandable module believe that they can do more than that, their goal is to use this technology to bring more people to space and possibly create a "space hotel".
Time to get your green thumbs out: Schoolchildren from the United Kingdom will be receiving space seeds in the coming weeks to participate in a study on plant growth outside our Earth.
If you're a tech-savvy and a fan of the outer space, mark the date from April 22 to April 24 because that's when NASA's International Space Apps Challenge is going to happen.
Celebrated NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, who recently returned from his one-year residence in space, is set to contribute to another NASA space program. Together with his twin brother, ex-NASA astronaut Mark Kelly, Scott is undergoing NASA's "Twin Study" to understand the effects of living in space in preparation for a Mars exploration in 2030.
Mayday, mayday! We have trouble in space. NASA's exoplanet hunter, Kepler, which is stationed 75 million miles away from home, malfunctions. In a routine scheduled contact, the Kepler entered into Emergency Mode, alarming NASA's engineers.
BEAM me up, Scotty! NASA recently partnered with the private company Bigelow Aerospace to develop the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, also known as BEAM. Launched into space this Friday, it's an inflatable inhabitation module that can help provide astronauts with "safe and sustainable space living quarters, workspaces and laboratories."