Scientists have completed their initial analysis of asteroid samples from JAXA’s HAYABUSA-1 mission, which returned to earth in 2010 after seven years in space.
ISRO scientists are working hard to launch a mission to Mars, and contemplating its plans for Venus.
Iran is the only country whose space agency is represented at a space exhibition taking place this week in Mysore, India.
On the eve of the 43rd anniversary of NASA’s Apollo 11 launch which is on July 16, Japan announced on Sunday that it was planning a manned moon mission.
ISRO chairman K. Radhakrishnan announced on Saturday that the much-awaited Indian Mars mission is at the last stage of the approval by the government.
Scientists have detected the first radio emissions from a ‘middleweight’ black hole, also the first of its kind to be discovered.
When NASA’s Curiosity rover touches down on Mars on August 6, an Indian engineer will be helping to maneuver its complex entry, descent, and landing on the Red Planet’s Gale Crater.
During a media session on Friday, Wang Zhaoyao, director of China’s Manned Space Engineering Office, described the Shenzhou-9 mission as a full success.
Opening a new chapter in world space history, China’s Shenzhou-9 spacecraft and its three crew members touched down safely in China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region this morning.
Shenzhou-9 and its three-man crew separated from the Chinese orbiting laboratory, Tiangong-1, on Thursday, and will return to earth around 10 a.m. (Beijing time) on Friday.