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Private crew who paid $55m per seat were exhausted by ‘frenetic’ workload in space

The crew of Axiom-1, the first all-private mission to the International Space Station, found the workload in space was heavier than they expected. The...

Vangelis, the Greek ‘Chariots of Fire’ composer, dies at 79

Vangelis, the Greek electronic composer who wrote the unforgettable Academy Award-winning score for the film “Chariots of Fire” and music for dozens of...

New Hubble Space Telescope data suggests ‘something weird’ is going with our universe, Nasa says

The Hubble Space Telescope has reached a new milestone in its work to find out how quickly the universe is expanding – and it supports...

Starliner capsule set for launch towards the ISS

Nasa is set to attempt another launch of the Starliner astronaut capsule on Thursday.The uncrewed test flight of the Boeing’s Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100...

Lunar astronauts could drink and bathe in volcanic ice water

Future lunar astronauts may slake their thirst, wash up, and fuel their spacecraft with water from ancient Moon volcanoes. As long as they don’t...

Solar Orbiter images capture the Sun like never before

Powerful flares, views across the solar poles, and a curious solar “hedgehog” are among the latest haul of images from the Solar Orbiter.The spacecraft’s...

Interview and Behind the Scenes with Moon2Mars musical artist Katie Toupin

We recently sat down with singer and songwriter Katie Toupin to talk about the inspiration behind her song "Astronaut," which she will be performing...

Nasa is officially ending Insight lander’s mission to detect Marsquakes as solar panels covered in dust

Nasa is officially expecting to end its InSightMars lander’s mission to detect Marsquakes in July as the spacecraft’s solar panels are shrouded in Martian...
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Controversial facial recognition company Clearview AI has been ordered to delete all data belonging to UK residents by the country’s privacy watchdog, the Information...

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Calyia Stringer had a smile on her face the day she posed for a photo with a yellow flower in her hand. The toddler...