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The satellite landed in the Utah desert on Thursday after a mission testing the benefits of making pharmaceuticals in orbit.
The first commercial rideshare to the Moon is set to land later this morning, making it the first U.S. lunar landing since Apollo 17 in 1972.
Odysseus, which launched last week, is part of NASA's… Audio
For the first time, Rocket Lab has successfully brought a spacecraft back from orbit to earth and landed it safely in the Utah desert.
The New Zealand rocket company designed, built and operated the… Audio
Nathan Rarere ctches up on space news with chief executive of Trillium Technologies, runs Frontier Development Lab - James Parr. Audio
A rocket launching from the North Island aims to make it easier to clean up floating space junk.
The aerospace centre at Kaitorete Spit has officially opened, bolstered by a $5.4 million cash injection from the government.
A new aerospace centre in Canterbury is expected to lift the local economy by up to a billion dollars and secure the local sector's talent in New Zealand. The Tawhaki National Aerospace Centre at… Video, Audio
Asteroid 2008 OS7 is expected to come within 2.8 million kilometres of Earth. Audio
Launches into outer space from New Zealand face a hurdle from the lack of official expertise to run safety assessments.
Dark Sky International has granted international dark sky park accreditation to the 11,350-hectare Oxford Forest Conservation Area.
NASA's rover Perseverance has gathered data confirming the existence of ancient lake sediments deposited by water that once filled a giant basin on Mars.
Astrophysicist Katie Mack discusses the possibility of time travel, how time will end, gravitational waves and the power of antimatter. Dr Mack is the Hawking Chair in Cosmology and Science… Audio
NASA said its Mars robot helicopter Ingenuity, the first vehicle to achieve powered, controlled flight on another world, has been grounded for good after flying dozens of times over three years.
Japan's Moon lander ended up on its nose when it made its historic touchdown on the lunar surface.
The Oxford Observatory has cashed in on a successful year to buy some new equipment, as it awaits decision on the community's application for dark sky park status.
Japan has become the fifth country to put a spacecraft on the moon but the probe is not generating solar power, its space agency says.
Astronomers made the discovery after analysing 13 years of data from NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope.
Scientists have discovered a gigantic, ring-shaped structure in space which according to our current understanding of the universe, should not exist.
The company behind the mission said there was about 40 hours' worth of propellant left, following a leak - not enough to land on the moon.
The mission marks the latest success for the space exploration ambitions of the world's most populous nation.