A report claims that the European Space Agency is considering joint programmes with the military in space
The chairman of the US House Science Committee, James Sensenbrenner, has criticised the Shuttle-Mir space missions as "an especially bad example of an international agreement"
COBE first hit both the scientific and international headlines in the early nineties when it confirmed that the cosmic background radiation followed a blackbody spectrum, and later when it detected fl...
The new evidence is published in this week’s Nature. Two papers, one by David Gray of the University of Western Ontario, and one by Artie Hatzes of the University of Texas, Austin, describe new ...
This week Lunar Prospector was successfully launched towards the Moon. It is NASA's first lunar mission in over 25 years
All 115 staff at the 320-year-old Royal Greenwich Observatory (RGO) in Cambridge stand to lose their jobs, after a management buy-out was rejected last week
Chile has found the funds to remain part of the $184m Gemini partnership
The Cassini/Huygens mission to Saturn and one of its moons, Titan, lifts off