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Nasa sent the International Space Station Ridley Scott’s The Martian and Alien to watch over Christmas

Astronauts “go” for spacewalk outside ISS today

Two NASA astronauts will perform an unscheduled spacewalk next week

Astronaut Tim Peake: Life in space is ‘absolutely spectacular’

Star Wars-style lightsaber spotted in space by Nasa

NASA’s Tech Was Repurposed in Some Strange Ways This Year

Three More Astronauts To The International Space Station

Tim Peake: a man on a (space) mission

Three International Space Station astronauts return safely to Earth

esa astronaut will run the london marathon from space

NASA invests further in ‘humanoid robots’ with MIT

Space junk WT1190F is hitting Earth Today: How you can see the collision live

Inside Russia’s Star City as British astronaut prepares to blast off into space

Meet Timothy Peake, the astronaut boldly going where no Brit has gone before

Bizarre ‘donut UFO’ vanishes after International Space Station camera spots it

NASA’s next astronaut class could be the first to go to Mars

Gregory Reid Wiseman

Russia just announced that it’s sending humans to the moon

Astronaut Scott Kelly to break US spaceflight record

Molecular oxygen found on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko

Tim Peake ‘well prepared’ as launch approaches

Russian astronaut record-breaker Padalka returns to Earth

Watch Astronauts’ Violent Return To Earth From Inside Their Space Capsule

Russia is Returning to the Moon, Paving the Way for a Crewed Landing

Momentum for Mars: Astronauts say mission is inevitable

NASA’s next big spacecraft mission could visit an ice giant

How to Build a City on the Moon

The atmosphere of Mars is approximately 96 percent carbon dioxide, but new research suggests that oxygen could be generated through plasma technology. NASA/JPL-Caltech SPACE Oxygen From Plasma Could Help Astronauts Breathe on Mars Developing a supply of oxygen on the Red Planet would help sustain a human colony on Mars — and generating it from plasma could be the answer.

The Planet of Burning Ice

Philae comet lander falls silent

The Boomerang Nebula

NASA now has a humanoid robot working aboard the International Space Station

Nasa scientists: ‘Life outside of Earth is probably going to be really hard to find’

Hubble Space Telescope Sees Neighboring Dwarf Galaxy

Comet robot Philae phones home again

Philae comet lander wakes up, says European Space Agency

Has Rosetta’s Lost Philae Lander Been Found?

The mysterious blue lagoons of MARS

ESA Mars Explorer Finds Monster Crater Created By What Could Be A Yellowstone-Like Supervolcano

Rosetta Watches Comet Erupt With a Dusty Surprise

NASA is planning to deflect an asteroid in 2022 — to learn how to protect Earth

Why Does The International Space Station Have Such A Weird Shape?

Mystery Mars haze baffles scientists

NASA’s Europa Mission to Hunt Down Life’s Niches

Nasa releases the largest picture ever taken – and it’s mind-blowing

NASA telescope spies 3 new potentially habitable (and close) planets

Lost Beagle2 probe found ‘intact’ on Mars

Radio ISS Streams Global Radio the International Space Station Can Hear

Cold War in space? Russia says it is considering building own space station

Philae May Have Grazed a Crater and Tumbled Over Comet

Three astronauts dock at International Space Station

How NASA Plans to Land Humans on Mars

Results of European comet lander’s experiments due Monday

ESA: Comet Probe Is ‘Game Changer’

Philae comet lander sends more data before losing power

Rosetta lander doing well on comet 67P, plants thermometer

Rosetta: Comet lander Philae now stable

Rosetta mission: Radio hook-up made to comet robot

UFO riddle as mystery ‘craft’ appears to watch astronauts on International Space Station

Spacecraft releases jaw-dropping comet ‘selfie’

Watch the Space Station and ATV Sail Across the Sun

Astronaut Alexander Gerst set for spacewalk

Rosetta: Date fixed for historic comet landing attempt

Canadian astronaut wraps up undersea ‘space’ mission Sunday

European Space Agency close to finding landing site for Rosetta spacecraft

Galileo satellites go into wrong orbit, European Space Agency says

Southern Lights filmed from International Space Station

Artist Maps Corner of Universe on Galactic Scale

Rosetta Moving Closer to Comet 67P Hunting for Philae Landing Site

What’s Ahead for Rosetta – ‘Finding a Landing Strip’ on Bizarre Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko

Rosetta Mission Reaches Comet in First for Space Travel

Astronaut reveals space station lavatory etiquette

Space station cargo ship includes food, new stink-free gym clothes

NASA ‘smells’ Saturn’s moon Titan, finds it ‘aromatic’

Spacecraft wakes, calls home

Gaia: Huge Billion-Star Telescope Launched

Did part of Comet ISON survive its close encounter with a sun? Scientists say it ‘continues to surprise’

NASA Probe to Track Mars’s Missing Atmosphere

1-tonne GOCE satellite falls to Earth Sunday night

NASA ISS Live Stream: Watch The Soyuz Launch From Times Square Or From Home

Expedition 38/39 Crew Undergoes Final Training Outside Moscow

Spacecraft Docks With ISS

Soyuz Launches Expedition 37/38 to the International Space Station

Next Soyuz Rolls to Launchpad for Fast-Track Flight to the Space Station

‘I Didn’t Think He Would Drown’: Spacewalking Crew member on Spacesuit Leak

Curiosity rover’s methane result challenges life theory

Teaching Astronauts Underground For Living In Space

New Moon Probe Raises Questions About What to Do Next in Space

Cassini Releases Image of Earth Waving at Saturn

ISS Astronauts Control Rover On Earth In Telerobotics Test

Flawless Launch of Alphasat

NASA Mishap Panel to Investigate Aborted Spacewalk

Dangerous Water Leak In Astronaut's Helmet

Fly through a canyon on Mars

Watch The Spacewalk

Europe's IXV 'space wedge' performs drop test

From zero gravity to full health: Hadfield’s doctor sheds light on recovery, exercise program

Moonrise from Space

NASA to cover launch of next International Space Station crew

ESA’s Vage Launcher Scores New Success With Proba-V

ESA’s Vega Launch Successful

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