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Launch of the Artemis mission

NASA confirms launch of Artemis I, the mission to return to the Moon The goal of the international Artemis program, one of the most important...

NASA rocket from Australia

Historic launch for NASA: space rocket leaves Australia for first time NASA's first space flight from a commercial site outside the United States lifted off...

Shutdown of the Voyager probes

NASA begins shutting down legendary Voyager space probes launched 45 years ago The Voyager probes were launched into space almost 45 years ago, one of...

Mass of black hole in Milky Way

Hubble determines mass of isolated black hole roaming our Milky Way Astronomers estimate that 100 million black holes roam among the stars in our...

Russia leaves the ISS

Russia announces its definitive withdrawal from the International Space Station NASA recently made public its optimism regarding the maintenance of its agreement with Russia on...

James Webb Telescope images

James Webb Space Telescope now capturing images in focus and at maximum quality: ready to make history The James Webb Space Telescope is getting closer...

Send your name to the Moon

How to send your name to the Moon for Eternity and get a certificate from NASA It was Carl Sagan who had the idea of...

Russia cuts rocket engine supplies, encourages NASA to ‘fly on its brooms’

"Let them fly on broomsticks." With that phrase, the head of the Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos), Dimitry Rogozin, has announced the halt of rocket...

First James Webb images are not what was expected from the most advanced space telescope in history

Today marks a historic day for science. The James Webb Space Telescope has captured its first images, and NASA itself has decided to share...

NASA confirms that International Space Station will crash into the Pacific Ocean

For some time now there has been talk of plans to retire the International Space Station, a topic that is becoming more and more...

James Webb, the most powerful telescope in history, to be launched on Friday

After years of delay, the James Webb Space Telescope will be launched this Friday, December 24, from Kourou, French Guiana. It is the successor to...

Ingenuity already has 17 flights over Mars, although this last one has given a little scare

The small Ingenuity helicopter made another flight on Mars. It was number 17, but while the previous flights had gone smoothly, something unexpected happened...

Russian anti-satellite missile on the brink of disaster on the International Space Station

The U.S. State Department on Monday accused Russia of having acted "dangerously and irresponsibly" with a military test of an anti-satellite missile that put...

NASA’s Lucy time capsule carries a message for the future

The Lucy mission has been on its way to Jupiter's Trojan asteroids for two days. Over the next eleven and a half years it...

45 dead in florida

Death toll from Hurricane Ian rises to 45 in Florida Florida authorities confirmed Friday that at least 23 people died as a result of Hurricane...

Coup d’état in Burkina Faso

Military stages coup in Burkina Faso citing rise in jihadist terrorism The UN is very skeptical about Burkina Faso, which has been plunged into chaos...

North Korea fires ballistic missiles

Pyongyang fires two ballistic missiles after maritime military maneuvers by Seoul, Tokyo and Washington The Japanese Defense Ministry has warned on Saturday morning that North...