Latest space agency News

Black holes are mysterious, yet also deceptively simple − a new space mission may help physicists answer hairy questions about these astronomical objects
China set to blast off to the far side of the Moon – here’s what it could discover
Clouds Blanket Night Side Of Hot Exoplanet WASP-43b
Funding For Australian-Indian Space Projects
The Mars Sample Return mission has a shaky future, and NASA is calling on private companies for backup
A Nasa rover has reached a promising place to search for fossilised life on Mars
Nasa to overhaul mission returning samples from Mars – here’s why it must and will go ahead
Pioneering Research Wins Prestigious EU Funding
Saturn’s ocean moon Enceladus is able to support life − my research team is working out how to detect extraterrestrial cells there
Eclipses aren’t just visual spectacles, they are at the heart of scientific efforts to understand distant planets
If life exists on Jupiter’s moon Europa, scientists might soon be able to detect it
Why there may be oceans inside dwarf planets beyond Pluto – and what this means for the likely abundance of life
Rocket at the ready as Gilmour Space launches Bowen Spaceport
A cosmic ‘speed camera’ just revealed the staggering speed of neutron star jets in a world first
​CSIRO telescope becomes stellar ‘speed camera’ in world-first measurement
World’s leading research infrastructure conference heads down under
World leading researchers convene to help combat space health hurdles
Mars Sample Return a top scientific priority, Lunine testifies
Government Science Showcased At Parliament House
Astronaut-in-waiting To Outline Future Plans For Space
How We Predict Reef Threats Like Coral Bleaching
QUT’s cutting-edge extended reality hub on show at World Science Festival
AUSTRALIAN SPACESUIT COMPANY TO JOIN THE MOON TO MARS MISSION WITH $250,000 GRANT FROM THE SPACE AGENCY
Support For Cutting-edge Aussie Space Projects
A Nasa mission that collided with an asteroid didn’t just leave a dent – it reshaped the space rock
War in Ukraine at 2 years: Destruction seen from space – via radar
RMIT Experiment On-board Swedish Rocket Launch
UK-Australia Space Bridge Celebrates Three Years In Orbit
New Chair appointed for the Reef 2050 Independent Expert Panel
The brightest object ever observed in the night sky is a black hole that’s growing by the equivalent of one Sun a day
X-ray image of half universe
NZ-Australia work to advance space science
Surprising magnetic galaxy
Würzburg computer scientists dive down
Many firsts for one lucky coin collector
Inspiration to reach for stars
Two awards recognize FAO’s innovative use of geospatial technologies
On trail of dark side of universe
WA expands its world-class space missions operations capability
Follow sun to follow space domain
Source of electron acceleration and X-ray aurora of Mercury ̶ local chorus waves detected
The University of Manchester joins landmark mission to trace Universe back to the Big Bang
7 years, billions of kilometres, a handful of dust: NASA just brought back the largest-ever asteroid sample
Webb telescope finds carbon source on Jupiter’s Europa
We just blew past 1.5 degrees. Game over on climate? Not yet
Lessons from space 25 August 2023
Manchester research to boost bioprinting technology to address critical health challenges in space
Putting universe to test