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26 Apr '16, 08:27am
Satellite to test Einstein’s theory
Satellite to test Einstein’s theory
Science News

Part of the Copernicus project, scientists are sending an orbiter to find a gap in Einstein's most famous theories.

22 Apr '16, 4:00pm
Could we hide the earth from aliens?
Could we hide the earth from aliens?

While we look for life in space, perhaps we are being seen ourselves. Is there a way to cloak the earth?.

22 Apr '16, 07:58am
Module launch for Chinese space station
Module launch for Chinese space station

China plans on having a space station in service by 2022, while it will send two spacecrafts into orbit this year.

21 Apr '16, 07:28am
VIDEO: Northern Lights spectacular
VIDEO: Northern Lights spectacular
Science Discovery

Using ultra HD technology, NASA has unveiled time-lapse footage of the Aurora Borealis from the International Space Station.

19 Apr '16, 08:43am
Climate change fight takes to Facebook
Climate change fight takes to Facebook
Environment

NASA took to social media to dispel naysayers who contested its climate change research, reiterating their stance.

18 Apr '16, 3:03pm
Africa's mad dash to space
Africa's mad dash to space
Science News

African countries who have received millions in donor funding to alleviate poverty are spending vast sums on space programmes.

15 Apr '16, 09:03am
Magnetism brought life to Earth
Magnetism brought life to Earth
Science Discovery

Scientists believe high-energy blasts of gamma, ultraviolet and X-rays increased the earth’s magnetic field.

14 Apr '16, 08:07am
Scientists betting on micro-rockets
Scientists betting on micro-rockets
Science News

Stephen Hawking, Mark Zuckerberg and Yuri Milner announced the launch of the most ambitious space mission to date.

14 Apr '16, 07:59am
Nasa finds lost telescope
Nasa finds lost telescope
Science News

Contact has been re-established between NASA and the Kepler spacecraft as it switched to emergency mode for days.

13 Apr '16, 12:18am
N Korea jamming GPS signals - report
N Korea jamming GPS signals - report
Science News

South Korea's UN ambassador stated that the country's security is under threat by North Korea's GPS signal jamming.

12 Apr '16, 11:27am
US, UAE sign space co-operation deal
US, UAE sign space co-operation deal
Science News

Two nations will share data with one another about their orbiting satellites.

12 Apr '16, 09:10am
Inflatable capsules for space tourists
Inflatable capsules for space tourists
Science News

Two US aerospace companies have announced a partnership to develop more expandable space capsules for the space station.

12 Apr '16, 08:17am
Planet named after Cape pupil
Planet named after Cape pupil
Science News

Student wins cash prize and naming rights for a planet for her research into genetically modified food.

11 Apr '16, 12:06am
The Space Dragon has arrived
The Space Dragon has arrived
Science News

NASA announced the successful arrival of SpaceX's unmanned cargo craft, Dragon at the International Space Station.

11 Apr '16, 12:06am
Musk's recyclable space rocket
Musk's recyclable space rocket
Science News

SpaceX's CEO Elon Musk couldn't contain his excitement on social media after the Falcon 9 rocket's successful landing.