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On October 4, 1957, Russia became the first nation on earth to put an object in orbit around the earth, when it lofted the 58-cm diameter Sputnik satellite into low-earth orbit.
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CHARITY CHEQUE: Monte Carlo rally funrasiers Will and Nick Warren and Naomi Denning present the cheque to Andrew Prince, Phil Burr, Mike Prince and Chris Bell from the West Wales Prostate Cancer Support Group.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has provided your multicolored space distraction of the day : images of a swirling, six-sided weather feature on the surface of Saturn.
It is that time of year again, when you need to find a gift for that 'spacial' person in your life - your favorite space geek.
One of the standout talks from the inspiring TED Women on Thursday was from rocket scientist and MIT aeronautics professor Dava Newman .
Tributes honoring former South African President Nelson Mandela continued pouring in from all over the world -- including one from out of this world.
Russia prepares to launch its first military spacecraft in March 2014. Will this lead to the militarization of outer space? In March 2014 Russia is expecting its first launches of military spacecraft, which were delayed for several years for technical reasons.
It's hard to believe that 2014 is right around the corner and just a calendar page flip away.
Things are about to get extreme. I flew down here to Florida Wednesday to cover the AXE Apollo Space Academy, a space camp designed to give away 23 tickets to space.
Three small CubeSats float above the Earth after deployment from the International Space Station.
Space shuttle Atlantis , a newly retired spacecraft with a combined 306 days in earth orbit, today rests high above the center ring inside a new $100 million facility spotlighting the enormous work of NASA space shuttle program.
Launching a mission to the planet Venus might help reveal exactly how the moon formed nearly 4.5 billion years ago, one prominent researcher says.
The instruments he's built over his 55-year career are offering new clues to the universe as the crafts they ride hurtle through space.
The Columbia Memorial Space Center in Downey Calif., Challenger Center for Space Science Education in partnership with Galactic Unite and Virgin Galactic, hosted a Google Hangout , an interactive event where students from across the country could live video chat with Virgin Galactic Future Astronauts and Virgin Galactic Representatives.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden explores "Images of Change," a NASA application that allows users to view "before and after" images of the impact of human activities, a changing climate and natural disasters on Earth, Monday, Dec. 2, 2013, at NASA Headquarters in Washington.