China launches mission with first civilian to space station

China sent three astronauts to its Tiangong space station today, putting a civilian into orbit for the first time as it pursues plans to send a crewed mission to the Moon by the end of the decade..The world's second-largest economy has invested billions of dollars in its military-run space

Japan firm fails in historic Moon bid

Japanese start-up ispace conceded Wednesday its ambitious attempt to become the first private company to land on the Moon had failed but pledged to move ahead with new missions.

Hubble captures mysterious ‘spokes’ gliding across Saturn’s rings

The return of the spokes is one of the earliest signs that Saturn is entering a new season as it approaches the autumnal equinox of its northern hemisphere, which is expected to occur on May 6, 2025, for the first time in about 15 years.

You can observe a total lunar eclipse from Bangladesh today

Bangladeshis will be able to observe a total lunar eclipse starting from 5:12 pm in Dhaka today.

Scientists discover large "Planet killer" asteroid

An international team of astronomers on Monday announced the discovery of a large asteroid whose orbit crosses that of Earth, creating a small chance far in the future of a catastrophic collision.

UAE's first lunar rover to be launched in November

The United Arab Emirates will launch its first lunar rover in November, the mission manager said Monday.

Historic UK rocket mission ends in failure

An attempt to launch the first rocket into orbit from UK soil ended in failure on Tuesday, with scientists reporting an "anomaly" as it neared its goal.

NASA to conduct first global water survey from space

A NASA-led international satellite mission was set for blastoff from Southern California early on Thursday on a major Earth science project to conduct a comprehensive survey of the world's oceans, lakes and rivers for the first time.

NASA's Orion capsule returns to Earth after lunar mission

NASA's Orion capsule barreled through Earth's atmosphere and splashed down in the Pacific ocean on Sunday after making an uncrewed voyage around the moon, winding up the inaugural mission of the US agency's new Artemis lunar program 50 years to the day after Apollo's final moon landing..Th

Chinese astronauts board space station in historic mission

Three Chinese astronauts arrived on Wednesday at China's space station for the first in-orbit crew rotation in Chinese space history, launching operation of the second inhabited outpost in low-Earth orbit after the NASA-led International Space Station.

NASA launches new rocket on maiden flight to Moon

NASA launched the most powerful rocket ever built on a journey to the Moon on Wednesday, in a spectacular blaze of light and sound that marked the start of the space agency's new flagship program, Artemis.

Total lunar eclipse being observed from Bangladesh today

Total lunar eclipse is being observed from Bangladesh today (November 8, 2022).

NASA to make second attempt to launch moon rocket on Sep 3

NASA aims to make a second attempt to launch its giant next-generation moon rocket on Saturday, September 3, five days after a pair of technical issues foiled an initial try at getting the spacecraft off the ground for the first time, agency officials said on Tuesday.

NASA's moon-to-Mars programme to kick off as next-gen rocket ready for launch

Launch teams at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida spent a final full day of preparations ahead of Monday's planned liftoff of NASA's giant next-generation rocket on its debut test flight, kicking off the agency's Artemis moon-to-Mars programme 50 years after the end of the Apollo era.

NASA to launch Artemis I on Aug 29

The six-week mission involves flying to and back from the moon and testing the capabilities of NASA's newest unmanned spacecraft.

James Webb Telescope shows Jupiter like never before

The world’s newest and biggest space telescope is showing Jupiter as never before, auroras and all.