NASA panel holds first UFO meeting
A panel studying UFO's held their first meeting on Wednesday hoping to reduce the stigma associated with reporting the unexplained.
Famous faces take in 'Manhattanhenge'
"Manhattanhenge brings not magic, but majesty" says astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson who coined the term "Manhattanhenge". It happens for a few days a year when the sun aligns with the grid-streets of New York.
North Korean satellite launch failure
A North Korean satellite launch on Wednesday ended in failure, sending the booster and payload plunging into the sea, North Korean state media said, and the South's military said it had recovered parts of the launch vehicle.
China sends its first civilian into space
China's space agency has launched a civilian into orbit for the first time. All astronauts on previous Chinese missions have been part of China's People's Liberation Army.
China launches Shenzhou-16 space mission
China's Shenzhou 16 mission blasted off from the military-controlled Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on Tuesday, marking the 11th crewed mission for China as it narrows the gap in a space race with the US.
Pyongyang prepares to launch spy satellite
North Korea notified Japan that it is planning to launch a satellite in the coming days. The action is being seen by many as a possible attempt to put Pyongyang’s first military reconnaissance satellite into orbit.
Astronauts could fly to Mars by 2033
Scientists say there is a 'once in a lifetime' opportunity for humans to reach Mars in 2033 when the planets align to allow a journey to the Red Planet to be cut almost in half. But some experts warn the deadline isn't feasible.
First Saudi astronauts in private mission to ISS
The second all-private crew to the International Space Station has blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center in the southern United States. It includes the first female commander of a space station mission, as well as Saudi Arabia's Rayy...
The startup aiming to make satellites 're-usable'
While It’s become more cost-effective to launch satellites to orbit, bringing them back to Earth intact has proven much trickier. Until now.
Bezos' Blue Origin wins NASA lander deal
A team led by Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin won a coveted $3.4 billion NASA contract to build a spacecraft to fly astronauts to and from the moon's surface, the U.S. space agency said on Friday.
Meet the new leader of NASA
After more than 30 years, there’s a change in leadership at NASA. Kathy Lueders, who led NASA's Space Operations Mission Directorate and oversaw the International Space Station, retired in April 2023 after more than three decades with th...
The next big breakthrough in Space travel
3D printing technology could be crucial in future space missions like the planned journey to Mars. Food and other important things could be printed during long interplanetary journeys. Here’s what you need to know.
Regulating space: Keeping track of private operators
A man opened fire at a Mercedes-Benz factory in southwestern Germany on Thursday, leaving two people dead, the company said.
Meet the team behind Artemis III spacesuit
Axiom Space hired 10 people to design and construct the spacesuit of the future. It will be worn by the next NASA astronauts to step foot on the moon --hopefully in 2025. The new suit is a lot different from the ones used the first time ...
Possible meteorite strikes New Jersey home
Officials in New Jersey are investigating what struck a home in New Jersey, and suspect it may have come from outer space!
Spain joins the space race with reusable rocket
Spanish start-up PLD Space is set to fire its small Miura-1 rocket from the Andalusian coast by the end of May – a first in Spain, but only an initial step. It will be the first private reusable rocket manufactured in Europe to compete w...
SpaceX launches world's most powerful rocket into orbit
After a test last month exploded minutes after lift-off, SpaceX has successfully launched its Falcon Heavy rocket, sending three satellites into space.
Japanese iSpace lunar mission fails moon landing
Japanese company iSpace says its uncrewed spacecraft probably crashed in an attempt to touch down on the moon surface. Communication with the craft was lost just at the moment of the planned landing, and engineers have not been able to r...
Japan's Ispace loses contact with lander
Japan's Ispace Inc. said it lost contact with a lander bound for the moon, and that the spacecraft likely made a hard landing.
Intense solar storm creates dazzling Northern lights
An intense solar storm has the northern lights gracing the skies farther south than usual. Earth felt the brunt of the storm Sunday, according to NOAA, with forecasters warning operators of power plants and spacecraft of the potential fo...
'Ingenuity' still flying after two years on Mars
For the past two years, a helicopter called Ingenuity has been exploring Mars semi-autonomously. Because commands from Earth take up to 20 minutes to reach Mars, the control team only sets the waypoints, launch time and speed. The ingeni...
What the SpaceX explosion means for the Mars mission
The SpaceX Starship rocket is a critical part of NASA's plans. CBC’s science reporter Nicole Mortillaro explains why the explosion of the massive rocket isn’t hampering plans to send astronauts to Mars.
The tiny town that hosted the world's astronomers
A rare solar eclipse has been seen from the southern hemisphere. It occurs when the moon passes between the sun and the earth. Thousands gathering at the only place on Earth to witness the 'full eclipse', a tiny town in remote Western Au...
Failed SpaceX launch hailed a 'success'
SpaceX launched its next-generation Starship cruise vessel, but minutes into the flight, it veered off course and exploded. The company says the explosion isn’t a complete failure because it provided valuable data for future missions.
SpaceX calls Starship launch a 'success'
Elon Musk's SpaceX says the Starship launch was a success even though the huge rocket exploded a few minutes after lifting off from its facility in Texas.
Giant Starship rocket explodes after launch
SpaceX has launched the largest rocket system ever from its spaceport in Boca Chica Texas. The crewless vehicle - Starship - successfully took off, but exploded mid-air after its rocket stages failed to separate. Elon Musk, SpaceX's CEO ...
Pentagon investigating more than 600 UFO sightings
The Pentagon has confirmed that the U.S. government is tracking hundreds of cases of UFO sightings.
Thousands visit outback for rare 'hybrid eclipse'
Almost 20,000 people ventured to a small town in Western Australia to watch the moon obscure the sun in a rare “hybrid” eclipse.
SpaceX Starship rocket explodes minutes after launch
SpaceX successfully got its massive Starship rocket off the ground Thursday, but it exploded minutes into its test flight.The company, run by billionaire Elon Musk, described the explosion as a "rapid unscheduled disassembly before stage...