The European Space Agency (ESA) released the first images obtained by Euclid space telescope, which investigates the dark universe.
For the first time, mice embryos were developed inside the International Space Station (ISS).
The Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) launched the moon lander SLIM and X-ray space telescope XRISM to the Moon.
The Chadrayaan-3 mission landed with success on the Moon’s south pole. Making India the fourth country to land on Earth’s natural satellite.
47 years after the launch of Luna-24 by Soviet Union, was launched the Luna-25 or Luna-Glob probe, to collect samples on Moon’s south pole.
On the 5th of July, the last European rocket Ariane 5 will be launched on Kourou base, French Guiana. After 27 years of service.
The European Space Agency (ESA) launched the Euclid, a space telescope to study dark matter and dark energy.
Gravitational waves are caused by big cosmic events. In this post, it’s explained what are they, how are produced and how they can be detected.
For the first time, telescopes observe a planeta 10 times heavier than Jupiter being swalloed by a star at 12,000 light-years of distance.
JUICE is a long mission of European Space Agency (ESA), to explore Jupiter and it’s three biggest moons: Ganymede, Calisto and Europa.