The craft will carry supplies up to the International Space Station — and then be intentionally set alight
Scientists repeat warnings global climate system is being strongly influenced by greenhouse gas emissions
Tomatoes, peas, rye, rocket, radish and cress have grown in soil from Mars
It’s true that a small asteroid will be flying past — and that Nasa had to revise its projections — but it’ll be very surprising if the rock really will bring about Earth’s ‘last hour’
As ISS astronauts return to a battery of tests, NASA is gathering data for even longer trips
The knowledge gained from studying Commander Kelly and his twin brother could be key in getting humans to Mars
And your work could hang in it.
Scientists say it was the most powerful explosion since a famous and lethal one in 2013
The British astronaut posted stunning timelapse video from the International Space Station.
The video was released to mark the sixth year anniversary of Nasa’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, which launched in February 2010.
Anna Hart applauds the promotion - which, she says, captures the romantic spirit of the golden age of travel
‘Amazing how much lightning can strike our planet in a short time’
'The five second rule is really the 30 second moisture and surface rule'
The space agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has released a detailed animation of what it would look like to fly over the dwarf planet of Ceres.
The Smith Cloud, which was spat out from the edges of the Milky Way 70 million years ago, is on its way back
The Nasa project could be applied both to an attempt to colonise Mars and, on Earth, to farming in tropical areas hit by rising temperatures and drought