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NASA has published photos of Supermoon at Baikonur
The Supermoon was captured rising behind the rocket, which is to be launched this Thursday.
Liquid water found on Mars: NASA
Liquid water has been observed on the planet Mars which makes it far more likely that life could be found there, the US space agency NASA said.
Radio silence as Russia tries to contact space cargo
Russia will try again to make contact with an unmanned cargo ship after communications were lost following the spacecraft's launch toward the International Space Station.
Most powerful space telescope ever to launch in 2018
As the Hubble Space Telescope celebrates 25 years in space this week, NASA and its international partners are building an even more powerful tool.
NASA spacecraft set for death plunge into Mercury
A NASA probe that has circled Mercury for the past four years will make a dramatic death plunge into the planet's surface in late April when it runs out of fuel.
Russia confirms will use International Space Station till 2024
Russia will continue using the International Space Station along with NASA until 2024, its space agency said, after Moscow had threatened to stop financing it in 2020.
NASA delays spacewalk to Saturday to analyze spacesuit
The start of a series of spacewalks to carry out major work at the International Space Station will be delayed by a day to Saturday so NASA can investigate a spacesuits problem.
NASA hails spending boost under Obama budget proposal
NASA hailed a proposal by President Barack Obama to boost spending for the US space agency and announced plans for a mission to explore Jupiter's moon, Europa.
Orion launch is trial by fire for Apollo-era heat shield
NASA's Orion vehicle aims to carry humans farther into space than ever before, but its protective heat shield is basically the same as that used for the Apollo Moon missions.
NASA counts down to Orion's first step to Mars
The Orion spacecraft, designed to carry humans farther in deep space than ever before, is poised to blast off in what NASA hailed as a first step in mankind's journey to Mars.
NASA hails comet landing as 'breakthrough moment'
NASA hailed the first-ever landing of a spacecraft on a comet as a "breakthrough moment" in the history of space exploration.
Google takes over NASA airport in Silicon Valley
Ever-growing Google now has an airport to its name: the Internet giant has signed a 60-year lease to run a NASA airbase that comes with massive hangars for dirigibles.
Troublesome boat forces Orbital to scrub rocket launch
Orbital Sciences postponed its planned launch of the Cygnus cargo ship toward the International Space Station.
Comet Siding Spring whizzes past Mars
A comet the size of a small mountain whizzed past Mars, dazzling space enthusiasts with the once-in-a-million-years encounter.
US, German astronauts finish spacewalk to maintain ISS
An American and a German astronaut spent just over six hours on a spacewalk outside the International Space Station for equipment repairs and maintenance.
NASA image shows part of Aral Sea completely disappear for first time in centuries
The American space agency has a published a photo taken in August, which shows the eastern basin of the Southern Sea completely dried up.
Boeing, SpaceX to send astronauts to space station
NASA selected Boeing and SpaceX to build America's next spacecraft to carry astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) by 2017.
NASA to make announcement on US human spaceflights
The company -- or companies -- that will build America's next space taxi to carry astronauts to low Earth orbit and back is to be revealed.
NASA asteroid defense program falls short: audit
The US space agency's program to detect and protect the Earth from incoming asteroids is poorly managed and far behind schedule.
NASA's Mars Curiosity rover reaches 'far frontier'
NASA's $2.5 billion Curiosity rover has reached the base of the Martian mountain it aims to explore and should start drilling rocks there soon.
26 august 2014, 18:37
Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
11 april 2011, 15:03
Kyrgyz Government decides to access Customs Union
20 march 2015, 12:46
Obama says US to 're-assess' options after Netanyahu win
02 june 2015, 10:40
Rights groups urge Merkel to press Egypt over violations
07 july 2015, 14:07
EU's Juncker wants 'to avoid Grexit'
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