European Space Agency
"We’ve never been closer to the Sun with a camera," a European Space Agency scientist said.
The Milky Way's edges are warping and distorting in strange ways. A new study suggests the latest possible answer: another galaxy is messing with us.
A prototype plant developed by the European Space Agency has successfully extracted oxygen from simulated moon dust in a small Dutch town.
CHEOPS, the first mission focused on measuring exoplanet sizes, blasted off on Wednesday morning from French Guiana.
ClearSpace-1 will use a "Pac-Man system" to capture an abandoned rocket part, which may lead to a new market for commercial services in orbit.
Scientists created eerie sonifications of the waves produced by Earth’s magnetic field when it is juiced by radiation from solar storms.
Scientists think the universe is flat, but new observations suggest that we might actually be living in a gigantic sphere. Whoa.
The agency wants input on how to send robots to the Moon to explore the virtually unseen caves, which could one day shelter humans.
The European Gaia spacecraft unveils new details about a cataclysmic collision in our galaxy’s distant past.
Burning up satellite parts in laboratories could help reduce the amount of space debris that impacts Earth.
The Milky Way's edge is still wobbling due to a collision with a dwarf galaxy loaded with dark matter.