A close flyby by Chang’e-2 of the near-Earth asteroid 4179 Toutatis reveals new insights into the geological features and formation of the ginger-root-shaped asteroid.
Singapore’s second satellite, built by Nanyang Technological University students, blasted off to space on board Russia’s RS-20B rocket.
Scientists have discovered the first solid evidence for astrophysical neutrinos, which will lead to new ways of exploring the universe.
Last Tuesday, the Indian space agency launched a mission to Mars in order to place a satellite into orbit around that planet.
Seven interesting and captivating articles from the October 2013 issue of Asian Scientist Magazine.
India’s Mars Orbiter Mission, scheduled for launch on October 28, has been delayed by one week.
Several prominent astronomers have decided to boycott a NASA conference in November after six Chinese researchers were barred from attending.
Astronomers have begun to map the location of the most massive objects in our galaxy – the giant gas clouds where new stars are born.
India is all set for its maiden November 2013 launch, said top space official, Professor U. R. Rao of the Physical Research Laboratory.
“On August 21, 2013, a robot took one small step toward a brighter future for all.” – Kirobo the Robot.