Israeli lunar lander slips into orbit around the moon
SpaceX Falcon 9 launches Israeli moon lander
All-sky surveyor launched from Cape Canaveral on the hunt for exoplanets
Exoplanet-hunting satellite arrives in Florida for April launch
Station-bound instrument to open new chapter in the story of cosmic rays
Physicists are gearing up to send a re-engineered science instrument originally designed for lofty balloon flights high in Earth’s atmosphere to the International Space Station next week to broaden their knowledge of cosmic rays, subatomic particles traveling on intergalactic routes that could hold the key to unlocking mysteries about supernovas, black holes, pulsars and dark matter.
Experiment devoted to neutron star research installed on space station
A NASA instrument built to help astronomers learn about the structure and behaviour of neutron stars, super-dense stellar skeletons left behind by massive explosions, has been mounted to an observation post outside the International Space Station after delivery aboard a SpaceX supply ship earlier this month.