President Trump's 2018 budget request cuts funding for NASA Earth observation research and cancels four missions. Weather forecasters, businesses, scientists and the armed forces rely on this data.
Far from being "politicised science", as a Trump advisor has claimed, NASA's satellite monitoring has been a crucial help in understanding the planet we live on.
Climate science is now a key part of the agency's mission.
The president-elect's taste for private jets could be just what the aviation industry needs.
Using terrestrial forensic science to point the finger of blame to criminals in space will be much harder than it looks.
New study suggests a 64km diameter body travelling at 15km per second created the Orientale Basin on the moon.
Recent high-profile disappointments make it tempting to this our efforts to explore Mars are cursed. But landing anywhere in space is hard – not least on the Red Planet.
How can companies brought low by scandal or failure remember the lessons they should be learning?
Whatever happens next in new space race will happen quickly. The opportunity is there for Australia to be involved, but it won’t be there for long.
Scientists are hoping to collect 100g of material from asteroid Bennu.
The latest data from the Dawn space probe points to underground ice flows and a water vapour atmosphere.
Atmospheric, marine, environmental, biological and medical scientists join in calling for more focus on the damage being wrought by climate change.
Juno’s visit to Jupiter promises to pick up on many of the unsolved mysteries that still remain in understanding of the Jovian system.
The perilous Juno mission could help reveal how Jupiter formed, whether it has a rocky core and even whether it influenced life on Earth.
NASA's Asteroid Redirect Mission has had its funding cut. Here's why politicians should think again.
Researchers got 128 students at a middle school to use Twitter to further their science learning. And what happened? These students learned how to connect science to real life.
A leading NASA scientist has asked CSIRO to stay in its global network that monitors atmospheric dust and pollution. The data are vital to understand the effects on weather and climate.
Why carry building materials from Earth into space, when we can build structures by 3D printing using materials found out there?
After half a century of trying, scientists have finally caught a glimpse of the magnetic process that fuels space weather and the northern lights.
Inflatable space habitats, like the one installed on the International Space Station this week, could see wide application in space and planetary exploration.