Bacteria seem to thrive in the Space Station and researchers find that most of them are harmless.
The tech, dubbed "take me home", would essentially add self-return capabilities to the spacesuit, bringing the astronaut back to a safe point.
Massive gas clouds made of hydrogen and other materials from within and outside the Milky Way have been mapped in detail.
This galaxy cluster is several thousands of times larger than the Milky Way, containing thousands of individual galaxies, packed up close.
The image was taken from a distance of 18,000km above the surface of these clouds.
Nasa fired the dormant Voyager 1's thrusters for the first time since 1980.
After saying he will be launching a car into space, Elon Musk then said he was not going to. But sources later confirmed the news that there is going to be a Tesla Roadster aboard the Falcon Heavy.
From 'alien' bacteria found on the space station, to mysterious deep space signals detected – these are the best space stories of the week.
For hundreds of years, long before the arrival of space travel, people have dreamt of reaching the moon
WASP-18b - which is 10 times more massive than Jupiter - has a choking atmosphere consisting of deadly carbon monoxide.
Researchers from the agency have found the factor that could have helped in maintaining subsurface water under these worlds.
The image was composed from Nasa's Chandra X-ray Observatory and a couple of ground-based telescopes.
Incredible footage of our planet shared by International Space Station commander Randy Bresnik reveals natural and man-made wonders.
From athletes to rappers, many people have expressed support towards the flat-Earth theory in the past.
The only Supermoon of 2017 is slated to occur on 3 December, when the moon is expected appear closer and brighter.