• NASA postpones James Webb Space Telescope launch to 2021
    SpaceNASA postpones James Webb Space Telescope launch to 2021

    NASA has postponed the launch of its flagship James Webb Space Telescope to early 2021 owing to a range of factors influencing its schedule and performance, including the technical challenges and tasks remaining before launch.

  • NASA's Hubble Telescope spots massive cluster of 10 billion-years-old stars
    SpaceNASA's Hubble Telescope spots massive cluster of 10 billion-years-old stars

    NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has detected a stunning image of a huge collection of ageing stars, believed to be 10 billion-years-old.

  • SpaceX sends 'Flying Brain' AI Robot for astronauts in ISS
    SpaceSpaceX sends 'Flying Brain' AI Robot for astronauts in ISS

    SpaceX, an American aerospace company blasted off a ball-shaped artificial intelligence robot "flying brain" towards the International Space Station on Friday. The Al robot is trained to follow and interact with a German astronaut in the outer space.

  • SpaceX launches Block 4 Falcon into space: The final goal
    SpaceSpaceX launches Block 4 Falcon into space: The final goal

    SpaceX is speedily moving toward accomplishing the final goal of rapid reusability by flying a single booster twice within a 24-hour time period. On June 29, at 5:42 am EDT, SpaceX will send its final Block 4 Falcon into space, completing its 15th mission to resupply the International Space Station. Certainly, Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX will achieve fruitful returns, later this year.

  • NASA's James Webb Space Telescope launch delayed, possibly on 2021
    SpaceNASA's James Webb Space Telescope launch delayed, possibly on 2021

    There is delay, yet again! NASA of the United States has announced that the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) will be launched on 30 March 2021, delaying the mission by a year. It will add another $800m to the cost of the craft, boosting it to $8.8bn. This extra cash will first have to be agreed by the US Congress, which in 2011 capped the cost of the JWST at $8bn.

  • India ISRO launches rover to dig nuclear fuel on the Moon
    SpaceIndia ISRO launches rover to dig nuclear fuel on the Moon

    In the recent development, ISRO in India is planning a space program which aims to visit the south side of the moon, a place where no nation has aimed before. Once, the mission is successful, scientists will be able to study the potential for mining a source of waste-free nuclear energy that could be worth trillions of dollars

  • Guidebook to search alien life is on the way, say scientists
    SpaceGuidebook to search alien life is on the way, say scientists

    Now, a ‘guide book’ will guide you through out the way to universe. Yes, scientists have studied the available research on exoplanets and finds that all the data may serve as a ‘guide book’ to search for alien life in the universe. Leading experts from University of California, Riverside in the US, have written a major series of review papers on the past, present, and future of the search for life on other planets.

  • SpaceX set to launch 15th re-supply mission to ISS on June 29
    SpaceSpaceX set to launch 15th re-supply mission to ISS on June 29

    NASA's commercial cargo provider SpaceX is set to launch its 15th re-supply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) on June 29, the US space agency said.

  • Astronomers identify nearly 80 exoplanets in record time
    SpaceAstronomers identify nearly 80 exoplanets in record time

    Scientists have discovered nearly 80 new planetary candidates, amid some 50,000 stars, in a record two weeks after the data from the K2 mission's -- the follow-up mission to NASA's Kepler Space Telescope -- was available.

  • Oceanography satellite to mark 10th year in orbit
    SpaceOceanography satellite to mark 10th year in orbit

    Originally designed for a three-to-five-year mission, an international oceanography satellite that is tracking the rise in global sea level marks its 10th year in orbit this week.