European Space Agency
A newly-formed island off the coast of Iwo Jima in the Pacific Ocean was spotted in satellite images after it emerged during an underwater volcanic eruption at the end of October.
The European Space Agency's Gaia telescope revealed half a million newfound stars, and detailed the orbits of over 150,000 asteroids.
The European Space Agency's dark energy and dark matter spacecraft has once again found its guiding stars and is preparing for full "science mode."
The Russian invasion of Ukraine could have serious consequences for those organizations pursuing scientific endeavours.
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS) captured a stunning new photo of the luminous green and red lights of an aurora hugging clouds swirling around Earth's night side.
Much more liquid water may lie beneath Mars' south pole than scientists had thought — or there may be something going on down there that they don't fully understand.
Satellite parts that melt away during reentry reduce the risk of space debris impacts on Earth, a new video demonstrates.
Bacterial compounds could provide antimicrobial protection in undergarments shared by astronauts during spacewalks.
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