This Sunday, July 14 from 2019, archive photo, the sun sets behind telescopes at the Mauna Kea Dome in Hawaii. The man charged with trying to find a way out of a halt over building a giant telescope in Hawaii says he has met native Hawaiian leaders. But the only issue in which they reached a consensus was to meet again. (Photo: Photo AP / Caleb Jones)

Hawaii grants 2 postponement for giant telescope construction

The start of construction of a huge mountain-top telescope in Hawaii will be delayed by two years

Read more
In this July 20 1969 photo provided by NASA, astronaut Buzz Aldrin, pilot of the lunar module, walks on the surface of the Moon during the extraveular activity of Apollo 11. Photo: Neil Armstrong / NASA via AP

NASA celebrates 50 years of man's first lunar walk

Half a century ago, in the middle of a year of war, famine, street violence and widening the gap between

Read more
The Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) MkIII of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) carrying Chandrayaan-2 is at the Satish Dhawan Space Center after the mission was aborted in Sriharikota in South India on Monday, 15 July of 2019. (Photo: AP Photo / Manish Swarup)

India aborts lunar mission launch, citing technical flaw

India aborted the launch on Monday of a spacecraft destined to land on the other side of the moon, less than

Read more
This computer graphics image released by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) shows the Hayabusa2 spacecraft above the asteroid Ryugu. (Photo: ISAS / JAXA via AP)

JAXA says space probe successfully landed on asteroid

The Japanese space agency reported that data transmitted from the Hayabusa 2 probe indicated that it landed successfully on a

Read more
A representation of the spacecraft that PD AeroSpace plans to launch for suborbital flights. © PD AeroSpace, Lda. / Koike Terumasa Design Aerospace

Government and companies want to offer space travel from 2020

In order to carry out space travel operated by Japanese companies, the government and the private sector are working together

Read more
The International Space Station does not belong to NASA - it was built together with Russia from 1998, and other countries participate in the mission and send the astronauts Photo: NASA / AFP / Archive

NASA to inaugurate international space station for tourists from 2020

Nasa said on Friday it would open the International Space Station for commercial ventures, including space tourism, as it

Read more