Space News Archive - September 02, 2009
The first spacewalk of the STS-128 mission came off without a hitch on Tuesday, as spacewalkers Danny Olivas and Nicole Stott completed all the tasks on their to-do list.
University of Hawaii (UH) astronomer Dr. Tomotsugu Goto and colleagues have discovered a giant galaxy surrounding the most distant supermassive black hole ever found.
Frank De Winne, on the International Space Station, is keen to answer your questions personally via ESAâ€™s YouTube channel.
ESO has released a striking new image of a nearby galaxy that many astronomers think closely resembles our own Milky Way.
Back in 2002, NASA created a film using satellite data that took viewers on a tour of Earthâ€™s frozen regions. This year, NASA visualizers are taking viewers on a return trip to see how things have changed over the years.
Interstellar clouds, drifting through the unimaginable vastness of space, may be the stuff dreams are made of. But it turns out there's an unexpectedly strange component in those clouds, and it's not dreams but â€” mothballs?
NASA space shuttle Capcom Tony Antonelli informed Discovery commander Rick Sturckow about a possible conjunction with debris from a portion of an Ariane 5 rocket body.
Indiaâ€™s first unmanned lunar mission was abandoned after the nationâ€™s space agency lost contact with the craft on Saturday.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.