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SpaceX’s all-civilian crew of four will be whizzing around the world’s orbit for the next few days, bringing the total number of humans currently in space to a record high of 14 people.
Tianzhou-3 will dock with the Tiangong space station to deliver fuel and suppliesThe station’s first three astronauts will then leave in a return capsule, with three more expected to replace them in October, sources say
LONDON (Reuters) -British defence company BAE Systems has high hopes for its space business after acquiring UK-based In-Space Missions on Tuesday, giving it the ability to design, launch and operate complete satellites.
How VR technology is helping people to deal with loneliness, tackle phobias, and more.
The Star captured the euphoria of the nation when Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor made history by becoming the first Malaysian in space on Oct 10, 2007.
As space missions grow longer, new problems crop up, with one of them being how to keep astronauts' underwear clean for longer to reduce waste and make processes more environmentally friendly.
TWENTY nine years ago on this date – June 27, 1992 – the page one photo story in The Star read “The World, Our Oysters”. It had my name on it and a photo credit to Bonnie Yap, The Star’s only female photographer then. We were both jubilant to earn our first front page bylines together.
China’s Tianwen-1 orbiter takes images showing route of Zhu Rong Mars rover which has travelled over 1km from its landing platformPeople’s Bank of China launches commemorative coins to celebrate the country’s first Mars exploration mission
There are less than 227kg of Mars rock known to exist on Earth, says US museum
Cloud kitchens are blazing a trail in the Klang Valley, buoyed by a need for alternatives to the traditional F&B model and increased demand for food delivery services.