International Space Station 'safest place to be amid Covid-19'
Nasa announces most staff will be working from home for foreseeable future
100,000 deaths could be avoided ‘due to China’s economic slowdown’
Air quality continues to improve following aggressive isolation policies
Space images show drastic drop in China pollution as coronavirus hits
‘This is the first time I have seen such a dramatic drop-off over such a wide area for a specific event,’ says Nasa scientist
Can privatisation save the space race?
There is a very American conviction that the private sector is far better placed to develop the next generation of piloted spacecraft than Nasa, writes Steven Cutts. But don’t give up on the shuttles of the 1960s just yet
Why tonight’s ‘unicorn’ meteor shower may be a rare event
Sky expected to light up with first ‘outburst’ of shooting stars since 1995
Neptune’s moons ‘dance’ with each other to avoid colliding, Nasa says
'There are many different types of 'dances' that planets, moons and asteroids can follow, but this one has never been seen before,' says scientist