Astronauts who lived on space station for six months return to Earth safely
Nokia to build moon's first 4G cell network as NASA teases major moon announcement
Spacecraft touches asteroid 320 million km from Earth to collect rare samples
Mars shines at its biggest and brightest for 17 years as it enters opposition
Mars at its closest point to Earth next week
Radish seeds, meats, cheeses and toilet among new items launched to space station
Potty training: NASA tests new $34m titanium space toilet
Small leak at International Space Station finally traced to Russian side
Salty ponds beneath Mars' South Pole raise prospect of tiny, swimming Martian life
Bus-sized asteroid to zoom past Earth tomorrow, close enough to duck below satellites
Jupiter's new storm captured on Hubble Space Telescope
Scientists find potential sign of life in Venus' atmosphere
Rocket Lab launches New Zealand's first operational satellite into orbit
Rocket Lab successfully launches microsatellite after last month's flight failure
Human-sized asteroid on collision course with Earth, but minute chance it will hit, NASA says
International Space Station crew searching for source of cabin air leak
SpaceX releases dozens more Starlink satellites - and Kiwis can see them tomorrow
Rocket Lab to resume launches this month after flight failure
Christchurch-based aerospace company unveils new suborbital spaceplane
Space industry training on offer as Rocket Lab launches apprenticeship scheme
Rocket Lab's lost rocket won't impact business viability - CEO Peter Beck
Rocket Lab reports loss of Electron rocket after blasting off from Hawke's Bay
Smaller Matariki events to forge ahead despite Covid-19 disruptions
Rocket Lab's second mission for 2020 finally blasts into space
Rocket Lab's second mission for 2020 delayed as high winds cancel launch
SpaceX rocket destroyed in dramatic fireball during testing
US military's remote controlled, solar-powered space plane takes off for mystery mission
Niue becomes the first dark sky nation, boosting tourism prospects
Want to work on Mars? NASA opens astronaut applications for first time in years
Kiwis step up as humanity prepares to return to the moon