The US space shuttle Endeavour is making its final journey, at the less than rocket-propelled speed of two miles an hour, in a meticulously planned and stately trip through the streets of Los Angeles.
Soyuz rocket launched two Galileo satellites into orbit on Friday, marking a crucial step for Europe's planned navigation system, operator Arianespace announced.
A rock analyzed by NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has a surprising and more varied composition that resembles rare rocks from the bowels of our planet.
Felix Baumgartner, the Austrian daredevil who had hoped to make history Tuesday with a jump from the edge of space, is no stranger to death-defying danger.
Russia and Kazakhstan are implementing perspective projects on the use of Baikonur cosmodrome, including creation of Baiterek joint launching facility.
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket blasted off Sunday, launching the cargo-laden Dragon capsule into orbit en route to the International Space Station for NASA's first privately-run supply mission.
US organizers of an Austrian daredevil's record-breaking attempt to jump from the edge of space have delayed the mission by a day due to forecast wind, they said Friday.
US firm SpaceX aims for its next big launch into orbit Sunday -- the first of 12 flights in its $1.6 billion contract with NASA to bring supplies to and from the international space station.
A palm-sized Japanese satellite in orbit around Earth will flash a Morse code message that will be visible around the world from next month.
Kazakhstan Farmers Union evaluates that 1.5 million hectares of land have been hit by drought in our country: Soyuz Atameken chairman.
NASA's Mars rover has discovered gravel once carried by the waters of an ancient stream that "ran vigorously" through the area.
According to him, it is important to think of modernization of the Baikonur town.
NASA's Opportunity rover, older brother to the Curiosity rover that landed on Mars last month, has made a new discovery that geologists find both puzzling and exciting.
The cremated remains of legendary American astronaut Neil Armstrong were scattered at sea Friday, in a ceremony aboard a US aircraft carrier paying final tribute to the first man to set foot on the moon, NASA said.
US scientists have for the first time found proof that planets can form and survive around sun-like stars within dense star clusters, NASA said Friday.
NASA's Curiosity rover has temporarily halted its journey across the surface of Mars as it tests the tools on its robotic arm.
Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, will be buried at sea, a family spokesman said Thursday.
Scientists using a high-powered telescope in Chile have discovered an ancient star that seems oddly impervious to aging.
Two International Space Station crew members on Wednesday successfully completed a spacewalk to install a new power switching unit.
NASA's Voyager 1, launched in 1977, is nearing the edge of the solar system and may already be "dancing on the edge" of outer space, the scientists behind the project said Tuesday.
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