The latest stories from Space, including the latest developments with Spacex, NASA, ISS and deep space exploration.
Shooting stars from Delta Aquarid meteor shower will light up night sky from end of July to mid-August.
Rare double transit of planets allowed scientists to analyse two potentially habitable worlds.
Round-up of exoplanets would help astronomers focus on 'gems' when James Webb telescope is launched in 2018.
Astronomer says space station will not cause widespread death and destruction as feared
MeerKAT will become a part of the international Square Kilometre Array project, which is slated to be set up by 2020
The Mars rover will share some of its hardware from its predecessor the Curiosity rover to save costs
Theoretical physicist answers questions on what would happen if you got sucked into a black hole
The map helps scientists to study dark energy - a mysterious force driving the universe's rapid expansion
Physicists show how Big Bounce theory of the universe could be possible - thanks to quantum mechanics.
The image shows the sunlit part of the planet and three of its four moons.
Last panel of FAST telescope was fitted on 3 July and it will begin operations in September.
Spectacular view of Orion Nebula reveals 10 times more brown dwarfs and low-mass objects than were known.
The funds will be used to develop a ground-based demonstrator of its Sabre engine.
The crew members on board the Soyuz MS-01 spacecraft met their counterparts from Expedition 48 at ISS.
Exoplanet is four times as big as Jupiter and orbits in between the first star and its two other stars.