Due to the cloud's tendency to fade, scientists find it hard to study. However, Mars Express' Visual Monitoring camera makes it possible to get a photograph of the planet in a single frame instead of a combination of photos strung together.
It was the first splashdown by US astronauts in 45 years, with the first commercially built and operated spacecraft to carry people to and from orbit.
The rare celestial object is approximately 3,000 to 6,500 light-years away from earth. Near the center of the cosmic butterfly, there are two stars.
The scientists closely assessed 37 shards of ancient glass excavated from the city of Gerasa in Jordan. They measured the isotopes of hafnium in the glass, and matched it to the sand found along the river Nile in Egypt.
Two US astronauts about to make the first splashdown return in 45 years said Friday they'll have seasick bags ready to use if needed.
NASA launched its latest Mars rover, dubbed Perseverance, on Thursday, the first step in the space agency’s newest effort to hunt for signs of ancient microbial life and collect samples that will eventually be returned to Earth.
NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance rover launch highlights: NASA launched its Mars Perseverance Rover on July 30 at 17:20 IST from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
Tropical weather barreling toward Florida could delay this weekend's planned return of the first SpaceX crew.
The summer's third and final mission to Mars featuring NASA's most elaborate life-hunting rover is on the verge of liftoff.
NASA astronaut Bob Behnken who recently aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule flew to the International Space Station (ISS) has taken to Twitter to share amazing photos of a sunrise from the ISS.
Both the girls used specialised software for analysing the images taken by the Pan-STARRS telescope. The discovery was made back in June.
The six-wheeled, car-sized Perseverance is a copycat of NASA’s Curiosity rover, prowling Mars since 2012, but with more upgrades and bulk.
Asteroid 2020 ND Passing Earth Today Live News Updates: Asteroid 2020 ND is about 170 metre-long and will be as close as 0.034 astronomical units (5,086,328 kilometres) to the Earth.
China's probe will carry several scientific instruments to observe the planet's atmosphere and surface, searching for signs of water and ice.
The researchers during the study hunted for young coronae in the imagery of Venus' surface captured by spacecraft like NASA's Magellan probe, which orbited Venus from 1990 to 1994.
The asteroids are travelling at great speeds. 2016 DY30 is headed in the direction of Earth at a speed of 54,000 kilometres per hour whereas 2020 ME3 is travelling at 16,000 kilometers per hour.
At the time the solar orbiter took these photos, it was within 77 million kilometres of the Sun. This is around half the distance at which Earth orbits.
The objective of the Hope Mars mission is to collect data on the Martian atmosphere by studying the different layers of the atmosphere in different seasons.
NEOWISE Comet Live Updates: The NEOWISE comet has caught the attention of stargazers across the globe as the comet will be visible for almost three weeks from earth
Scientists want to know what Mars was like billions of years ago when it had rivers, lakes and oceans that may have allowed simple, tiny organisms to flourish before the planet morphed into the barren, wintry desert world it is today.
NEOWISE is currently hurtling through space nearly 200 million kilometres away from the Earth. On July 22, it will come closest to our planet and India will be able to witness it from July 14.
Comet Neowise the brightest comet visible from the Northern Hemisphere in a quarter-century swept within Mercury's orbit a week ago.
A new comet called Comet C/2020 F3 NEOWISE was discovered by NASA's Near Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer telescope.
As the road trip kicked off on July 6, Curiosity Mars Rover sent a few images of the next destination. The plan is to avoid getting stuck in a vast patch of sand before it moves to the next part of the mission, a mountain called Mount Sharp
A video from the European Space Agency (ESA) that was posted on Youtube on June 30 has been making rounds.