Hubble Space Telescope Captures Serene-Looking Umbrella Galaxy

ESA and NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has snapped another photograph of one of the odd and amazing views of our Universe, the spiral galaxy named NGC 4651, also known as the Umbrella Galaxy. Even though the galaxy 'may look serene...

NASA’s DART Spacecraft Will Rely on a Powerful Ion Engine to Fly to Didymos

In spite of the current crisis created by the novel coronavirus, other threats to humanity are still present. The most talked one until now was the threat of a possible asteroid collision on Earth, which has taken a backseat since...

ESA’s Gateway Experiment Will Observe Radiation in Deep Space

​The first science experiments that will take place on the Gateway, the international research laboratory orbiting the Moon, have been chosen by the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA. Europe's part will control radiation to get a full comprehension of...

The ESA to Conduct Experiments of People Lying Down in Bed to Mimic the Effects of Spaceflight

A new program that tests the impacts of spaceflight has on the human body. The European Space Agency (ESA) has now created a project that will pay volunteers £12,500 (about $16,200) to stay in a bed for two whole months....

Solar Orbiter Was Launched and Will Soon Start Sending Data to Earth

​Solar Orbiter, a joint mission between NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) has successfully been launched on Sunday, February 9th. Its purpose is to observe the Sun at close proximity. After taking off at 11.03 p.m. EST (04:03 GMT,...

The Sun is Closely Analyzed in Three Different Missions

The Solar Orbiter probe, a joint program between the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA, was launched yesterday, on February 9th. The lunch took place almost two weeks following the reveal of the first capture from a gigantic new solar...

ESA’s Solar Orbiter Will Launch Two Days After the Scheduled Date

Managers have postponed the launch of a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas 5 rocket having on board the European-designed Solar Orbiter spacecraft, by two days. The take-off is now supposed to take place at Cape Canaveral on February 7th. The...

New Settlement is Modified so it Extracts Oxygen From Lunar Regolith on the Moon

Even though the Moon lacks atmosphere, it holds massive amounts of oxygen, all combined with the dust on its surface in the form of oxides. In 2019, researchers revealed a study that concentrates on how to extract the oxygen from...

Space Missions Scheduled for This Year

The year 2019 was a great year for everyone involved in space exploration, with the cherry on the top being the first ever image of a black hole captured by the Event Horizon Telescope. ​This new year, 2020, is said...

Europe’s CHEOPS Satellite to Hunt for Exoplanets

​Europe's CHEOPS planet-seeking space telescope launched on Wednesday and reached Earth's orbit. The spacecraft will calculate the density, structure, and size of planets located outside our Solar System, known as exoplanets. As per the European Space Agency (ESA), CHEOPS​ will...