At the European Space Agency's main technology hub in the Netherlands, a futuristic space mission that will uncover cosmic mysteries is taking shape.
A preview event at the European Space Agency's main technology center highlighted that the game is almost as hard as real space travel, but very fun.
Solar Orbiter was hit by a coronal mass ejection from the Sun, and it has the receipts to prove it.
The Earth's core and the life-preserving magnetic field it generates are mysterious, and it just got weirder with a fascinating new discovery.
Europe “acknowledged the present impossibility” of collaboration with Russia on the ExoMars mission.
“We found a central part of Valles Marineris to be packed full of water–far more water than we expected,” said one study co-author.
Timo Prusti of the European Space Agency talks to Motherboard about the Gaia mission’s unprecedented catalog of more than one billion astronomical objects.
Scientists discovered tectonic motion on our sister planet in observations from a spacecraft that died there decades ago.
Scientists have long dreamed of sending Martian rocks back to Earth. NASA’s new rover is about to kick off the decade-long process.
Tabloids and UFO enthusiasts have had a field day speculating about the strange photo, but the answer lies in the difficulty of sending data from space.
The company will instead focus on attending “hundreds” of other events.
The space agencies of the US, Europe, Russia, and China are all launching rovers to Mars next year.