The Hayabusa2 probes have landed on the Ryugu asteroid as it hurtles through space.
The CERN particle accelerator began operation on September 10th, 2008.
China is leading the way in a number of industries, whether it's the next generation of mobile internet, robotics, electric cars or even carbon trading.
Images from NASA show the extent of wildfires in North America.
As technology advances, investors are becoming more confident in investing in new aerospace companies.
Humankind has not returned to the moon since 1972, making lunar land rights largely theoretical. But what if this is about to change?
Scientists recently discovered a lake beneath the planet's crust that could support microscopic life.
Space exploration and research carries with it numerous ethical issues - particularly around environmental protection.
Cyanobacteria use photosynthesis to create oxygen.
The Curiosity rover has discovered organic matter that points to the possibility something living existed there.
Due to Venus' harsh environment, human beings cannot step foot on the planet.
Podcast: An interview on the future of space exploration with Ellen Stofan, Honorary Professor at the Hazard Research Centre at University College London.
NASA is launching TESS, a new satellite designed to find and analyse nearby exoplanets.
The ISS's days are numbered, but what will replace it and what will its legacy be?
More than half-a-million pieces of space junk orbit the Earth, and the threat this debris poses to critical satellite infrastructure and future missions is growing.