As experts were developing a study that would provide a comprehensive and worldwide grasp of exoplanet atmospheres, they stumbled upon the planet WASP-121b. This planet aptly nicknamed as Hot Jupiter, has metal clouds and rain made of liquid gems at night.
Russia's space agency chief warned the US that the sanctions could destroy their cooperation on board the International Space Station which may cause it to fall on India and China.
Researchers have created a highly realistic model of the activities that occur outside the event horizon using three supercomputer clusters, solving the mystery of black holes.
The Ministry of Defence in the United Kingdom has unveiled its space defence policy, which presents the ominous prospect of a "exo-atmospheric nuclear attack." Nevertheless, the text provides few real ideas for dealing with such a scenario.
Space Transportation, also known as Beijing Lingkong Tianxing Technology, informed Chinese media that it was working on a "winged rocket" for high-speed "point-to-point transportation," which would be less expensive than satellite-carrying rockets and faster than conventional planes.
A quite mysterious object was found in our universe by an Australian research team. The object seemingly appears to be emitting energy at a constant period.
The now widely popular SpaceX disturbingly has one of it's rockets on a collision course with the moon. The rocket was launched seven years ago and could potentially be the cause of devastation.
French scientists have determined more that 5,000 tons of extraterrestrial dust particles reach earth every year. It comes from asteroids or comets. These extraterrestrial particles have been collected from a Franco-Italian Antarctic station.
During US Senate Select Intelligence Committee confirmation hearing in March 2017, DNI (Director of National Intelligence) and CIA Director pick Dan Coats were shocked to learn that India could launch more than a hundred satellites into space on a single rocket. The director then proposes to develop defensive and offensive capabilities to counter India's technological edge in space.
According to data from space observatory Gaia, the closest star cluster to Earth is being shattered by the phenomenal gravity of an unseen massive object. Gaia is operated by the European Space Agency (ESA).