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Check out a solar phenomenon known as "the canyon of fire".
NASA's newest delivery service pulled up at the International Space Station on Sunday after a week's delay, bringing more than a half-ton of supplies.
The Mars One venture says more than 200,000 people registered their interest in taking a one-way trip to the Red Planet. NBC reports.
David Marcus, PayPal president, discusses the company's initiative to set up a new payment system for future space tourists.
In just a few hours a two-mile wide asteroid will pass right by Earth, if it veers off course and collides with your house, will insurance cover it? CNBC's Jane Wells has the answer.
The space business in the United Kingdom is growing fast - The country's first official astronaut has been picked for a stint on the International Space Station. Tom Mackenzie reports.
Sir Richard Branson, the billionaire founder of the Virgin Group, told CNBC he wants to actually jump out of one of his spaceships.
In the high desert of the Chilean Andes, a $1.5 billion international telescope was brought to full power on Wednesday, enabling mankind to peer deeper into space and further back in time than ever before.
Space agency NASA says the red planet once had the basic building blocks to support primitive life.
As India launches the first smartphone into space, critics are questioning how a nation with so many people living in poverty should spend money to expand a space program. The GlobalPost reports.
Dennis Tito, who paid a reported $20 million for a ride on a Russian spacecraft, is said to be backing a privately funded, possibly manned, shot at Mars.