Articles about European Space Agency
28 Nov 2022National Aeronautics and Space Administration
A new image captured by the Hubble Space Telescope has revealed an unusual pair of merging galaxies called Arp-Madore 417-391, which lies 670 million light-years away.
24 Nov 2022Space News
John McFall, a British Paralympian, has been selected by the European Space Agency (ESA) for a special training program and could become the first differently-abled person to go into space.
08 Nov 2022Space News
Astronomers have identified the oldest dead star, a white dwarf, in our Milky Way galaxy.
07 Nov 2022Black Hole
The space is full of wonders and every day we find something new. Now, astronomers have discovered a black hole in our Milky Way galaxy via the International Gemini Observatory in Hawaii.
01 Nov 2022Space News
If you thought the concept of Earth's magnetic field existed only in theory, then you are in for a big surprise.
19 Oct 2022National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NASA has resumed spacewalks outside the International Space Station (ISS) after a hiatus of seven months. The next one will occur in mid-November.
17 Sep 2022Space News
Galaxies colliding in space is nothing out of the ordinary. The Hubble Space Telescope has captured many interacting galaxies over the years.
31 Jul 2022Malaysia
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Or is it Superman? No, it's a Chinese rocket lighting up the night sky!
24 Jul 2022Technology
The European Space Agency's (ESA) Mars Express has some pictures for us that'd make the Grand Canyon look like unremarkable.
22 Jul 2022Space News
Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti created history when she became the first female European to conduct a space walk.
20 Jul 2022National Aeronautics and Space Administration
China is set to enter the planetary defense game by targeting the potentially hazardous asteroid 2020 PN1 in 2026.
30 Jun 2022National Aeronautics and Space Administration
The European Space Agency (ESA) has some great news for us on this year's asteroid day - the 2021 QM1 asteroid has been removed from the agency's risk list.
20 Jun 2022Space News
European Space Agency's (ESA) Gaia space telescope is instrumental to scientific research as it creates a 3D map of the Milky Way.
14 Jun 2022National Aeronautics and Space Administration
On Monday morning, we witnessed the sun flexing its mighty magnetic muscles, which resulted in an M-class flare that lasted for about three hours.
16 Mar 2022Hungary
The fifth asteroid ever discovered before colliding with Earth crashed near Iceland on March 11.
03 Oct 2021Space News
Two linked spacecraft built by the European Space Agency (ESA) and Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), together known as BepiColombo, snapped their first close-up pictures of Mercury.
20 Sep 2021India
Twenty-five-year-old Indian-origin space scientist Priya Patel has had an illustrious career working with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the European Space Agency (ESA) for interplanetary missions.
20 May 2021Antarctica
An enormous slab of ice, almost four times the size of New York City, has broken off the coast of Antarctica, becoming the largest iceberg currently afloat in the world.
25 Mar 2021Space News
The European Space Agency (ESA) is developing a spherical robot to explore lunar caves. The autonomous robot will be lowered into caves on the Moon's surface that could protect settlers from radiation, temperature extremities, and micrometeorites.
27 Jan 2021Reddit
SpaceX launched 10 laser link-enabled Starlink satellites into polar orbit using its Transporter-1 dedicated rideshare mission on January 24.
17 Jul 2020Twitter
In the last few hours, several developments have been reported from the world of technology.
26 Jan 2020Moon
This week, some major developments were noted in the tech space.
25 Jan 2020Space News
For the first time in the history of human spaceflight, astronauts have baked something in space - a batch of cookies.
20 Jan 2020Moon
NASA plans to take humans back to the Moon.
18 Jun 2019India
Planet Venus often gets branded as Earth's evil twin; how despite sharing similar sizes, density, and chemical makeup, Venus is a Hadean reflection of Earth.
29 Mar 2019Space News
NASA has got a new job opening, one that pays very well and only requires you to stay in bed.
12 Dec 2018Astronauts
Humankind is spending more and more time in space, and these long-drawn space missions are only slated to get longer, with mega missions coming up.
28 Aug 2018Kerala
After releasing satellite measurements explaining the role of the Western Ghats in the Kerala floods, NASA has now released imagery that, in vivid detail, shows the devastation suffered by Kerala during the floods.
31 Jul 2018Astronomy
July has already been a great month for stargazers, and it's set to end with a bang.
24 May 2018India
The world would celebrate "Towel Day" tomorrow as a tribute to author Douglas Adams by his fans.
02 Apr 2018Sao Paulo
China's now-defunct space station Tiangong-1 has re-entered the Earth's atmosphere above the South Pacific, according to reports.
01 Apr 2018Space News
Two years after it went out of service, China's space agency, the Tiangong-1, is set to re-enter the Earth's atmosphere.
28 Mar 2018New Zealand
According to the European Space Agency (ESA), China's first space station Tiangong-1 will crash to Earth within a couple of days.
07 Mar 2018Space News
China's first space station Tiangong-1 will crash to Earth in a couple of weeks.
03 Dec 2017India
Satellite images captured by the European Space Agency (ESA) have revealed alarming levels of pollution in northern India on November 10, when Delhi was struggling with a crisis.
15 Sep 2017Space News
NASA's Cassini spacecraft plunged into Saturn's atmosphere today, at a speed of over 120,000 km/hr, ending a $3.9-billion mission.
22 Jul 2017Google Maps
Ever wondered what Earth looks like from space? Or wanted to take a tour of a spaceship?
14 Jun 2017India
Three atomic clocks onboard one of the seven satellites of India's version of American navigation system GPS -Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS)- have failed.