September 6, 2012 | 2
Astronauts from five different space agencies are participating in the CAVES project, an underground training exercise beneath the island of Sardinia.
Scientists have discovered a two-star solar system orbited by two planets, an astronomical first.
Voyager 1, which launched 35 years ago, was thought to be approaching the edge of our solar system. New evidence suggests it may have farther to go.
Data from the Wide-field Infrared Survey (WISE) has revealed millions of star-munching black holes.
NASA has announced a new Mars mission that is bound to disappoint some space fans. Looking to cut costs, the agency chose another lander mission over more adventurous, but risky options.
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