NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter, which was carried to Mars on the Perseverance rover, launched this morning at 8:30am BST. The helicopter only stayed in the air for around 30 seconds before its landing. NASA’s only objective for the mission was to see how
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is planned to succeed the Hubble Space Telescope as NASA’s flagship astrophysics mission. A joint venture with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), JWST will use groundbreaking technology to observe some of
Apollo 11: US government ‘encouraged by photos’ says El-Baz More than 50 years ago, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down at Tranquility Base, fulfilling President John F Kennedy’s goal of landing man on the Moon by the end of the Sixties.
The space agency has released stunning videos of its Perseverance Rover landing on Mars, following last week’s incredible achievement. They show the final minutes of the tense descent before the probe touched down on the surface of the Jezero Crater. It will