NASA astronaut returns after record spaceflight
A Soyuz MS-23 capsule carrying NASA astronaut Frank Rubio and two Russian cosmonauts returned to Earth. They spent 371 days in space, with Rubio setting a new record for the longest continuous spaceflight by an American. The mission, Rub...
NASA abuzz over its first asteroid sample
NASA was buzzing with excitement as a space capsule carrying its first, and the world's largest, soil sample ever collected from an asteroid parachuted into the Utah desert, delivering the celestial specimen to scientists, who hope to ga...
NASA spacecraft brings asteroid sample back to earth
A space capsule that grabbed rare fragments from the asteroid Bennu was successfully dropped back to Earth. Scientists think the asteroid could contain clues about how life on Earth formed.
NASA readies to bring samples of asteroid back to Earth
U.S space agency NASA is receiving its first sample from an asteroid. Its fiery return will conclude a seven-year mission, and the contents will be studied by scientists worldwide.
Scientists x-ray 'alien remains' in Mexico
The quest for extraterrestrial life intensifies as medical experts in Mexico conduct new tests on remains believed to belong to alleged extraterrestrials. Though skeptics claim the remains resembled paper mache, the scans reveal a skelet...
Exclusive look at Mexican 'extraterrestrials'
Journalists have been given rare access to two mummified corpses that Mexican journalist and UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan says is among the most important discoveries in the history of humankind - evidence of aliens on Earth.
NASA releases awaited UFO report
NASA has released a much-anticipated report on UAPs — formerly known as UFOs. A 16-person panel determined there's no evidence that connects the sightings to extraterrestrial life, but it remains unclear what they are and NASA says more ...
Mummified 'alien corpses' presented to Mexico congress
Mexican lawmakers heard testimony that 'we are not alone' in the universe and saw the alleged remains of non-human beings in an extraordinary hearing marking the Latin American country's first congressional event on UFOs.
Japan launches moon-bound rocket
A Japanese rocket is bound for the moon. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's H2-A rocket, which is carrying an advanced imaging satellite and a lightweight lander, took off around 8:42 a.m. local time from Tanegashima Space Center i...
Japan joins moon race with rocket launch
Japan launched its lunar exploration spacecraft on Thursday aboard a homegrown H-IIA rocket, hoping to become the world's fifth country to land on the moon early next year.
Why being in space affects the immune system
In addition to the obvious dangers involved in spaceflight, astronauts are exposed to a range of health hazards. But the hit their immune systems take has remained largely a mystery – until now.
India launches space mission to the sun
To the moon and now to the sun, India has shown the world its impressive space program in recent weeks. The country's latest mission is the launch of a rocket that will observe the sun's outermost layers over the next four months.
Rare super blue moon dazzles stargazers
If it's a clear night sky, you may be able to see the biggest and brightest moon of the year. It's called the blue super moon and it's the closest to Earth it's ever been this year.
DOJ sues SpaceX for hiring discrimination
Rolex SA is upending the world of luxury watch retailing by buying Bucherer AG in a deal that gives the Swiss brand a major presence in consumer sales for the first time. Matt Miller and Damian Sassower report on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Second attempt into space fails for North Korea
North Korea's second attempt to place a spy satellite in orbit failed after the rocket booster experienced a problem during its third stage, state media reported, as space authorities vowed to try again in October.
Indian spacecraft lands near moon’s south pole
India became the fourth country to reach the moon by successfully landing a spacecraft on the lunar south pole. The successful mission is expected to boost the country’s growing private space sector and provide research opportunities.
India’s moon landing makes space history
India has become the first country in the world to successfully land a craft near the moon's South Pole. Prime Minister Narendra Modi called the landing a historic day.
Explained: What's driving the new space race to the moon?
India's space agency is attempting to land a spacecraft on the moon's south pole amid a race by major powers including the United States, China Russia to discover more about the elements held on the earth's only natural satellite.
Failed moon landing a sign of Russia's 'weakened' space program
Russia's first moonshot in nearly half a century has failed after its Luna-25 spacecraft spun out of control and smashed into the moon. But what does this mean for Russia's space program?
Russian lunar lander crashes on the moon
Russia's Luna-25 spacecraft has crashed into the moon after spinning out of control. This happened hours after it experienced what the space agency described as an 'abnormal situation'. The craft was preparing for manoeuvres before landing.
The race to make drugs in space
In-space manufacturing may sound like science fiction but it's happening already, albeit on a very small scale. It's a fledgling market that analysts and several start-ups are projecting will take off.
Perseid meteor shower lights up skies
Stargazers have been delighted by streaks of light from the Perseid meteor shower, most visible in skies across the northern hemisphere. Hundreds of meteors can be seen with the naked eye during the annual spectacle.
Annual perseid phenomenon dazzles the night sky
Some one-hundred shooting stars per hour dazzled the night sky on Saturday. The phenomenon known as the perseid meteor was captured in the southern Turkish city of Kayseri. Meteor showers occur when the Earth moves through fields of debr...
The era of space tourism begins with historic flight
A mother-daughter duo and an Olympian have returned to Earth after becoming Virgin Galactic's first-ever space tourists. Their historic flight is just the beginning — hundreds more are lined up with tickets in hand.
Russian mission to find water on the moon
Russia launched its first moon-landing spacecraft in 47 years in a bid to be the first nation to make a soft landing on the lunar south pole, a region believed to hold coveted pockets of water ice.
Russia joins the new moon race
Russia, once an important player in lunar exploration, is hoping its first mission to the Moon in nearly 50 years will make a historic discovery by reaching the South Pole, thought to contain water in ice form.
Virgin Galactic launches first space tourism flight
Virgin Galactic carried its first private tourists to the edge of space, a long-awaited milestone in founder Richard Branson's quest to build a "Spaceline for Earth." Bloomberg's Loren Grush joins Ed Ludlow to discuss on "Bloomberg Techn...
First look at NASA's new moon capsule
The astronauts involved in the Artemis II mission, marking NASA's return to the moon have had their first real-life look at the Orion spacecraft that will take them to lunar orbit in November 2024.
Biden decides to keep U.S. Space Command in Colorado
A political back and forth is up in the air on whether or not President Biden should keep a U.S. Space Command in Colorado.