Space is a real Pandora's box, holding a million mysteries that still baffle humanity. For more than twenty years, one of these mysteries has been how new stars form and why their births are so irregular.
How many fantastic films are devoted to aliens, intergalactic travel, and other planets? As children, many of us watched them with fascination.
It turns out that the galaxy's thick disc began forming as early as 13 billion years ago. That's two billion years earlier than scientists had previously thought!
The Event Horizon Telescope has taken a photograph of the black hole Sagittarius A*, located in the centre of the Milky Way.
Together with SpinLaunch, the space agency is developing a new system for launching objects into space.
Scientists have witnessed the death of a red dwarf for the first time in history.
The winner has already promised to share her flight impressions on social media.
To achieve this, the company built a unique greenhouse known as the "Redhouse", where it planted tomatoes which subsequently became the basis for its sauce.
In connection with the imminent decommissioning of the International Space Station, several companies have chosen to launch a commercial "business park in orbit".
To attract new recruits, the agency has released a graphic novel with augmented reality.
Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has teamed up with several private companies on the CRD2 project. The aim is to remove space debris from orbit.