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First such US hearing since 1969 aims to "break the cycle of secrecy and speculation".
Researchers can grow plants from dirt sourced by the Apollo 11 mission to the moon.
Watch again: A qualified success as pilots decide to release booster.
The summit has been organised by the Auckland Business Chamber and NZINC.
New York Times: Ingenuity took 10 pictures during its 159 seconds in the air.
Nasa joins Russia in hosting guests at the world's most expensive tourist destination.
270 sightseers flew to Antarctica this weekend, searching for 'Southern Lights'.
Jordan Small says our decades-old productivity challenge continues to hold all of us back.
Te Hana, we have a problem.
Three Russian cosmonauts appeared to show solidarity with Ukraine with new uniform.
Comments from head of Roscosmos suggesting US astronaut could be stranded in space.
New York Times: Startup thinks it can speed up delivery of items by storing them in orbit.
Russian space agency made a sledge about how Americans needs 'broomsticks' to go to space.
ACT MP and other Kiwi women confront bias ahead of International Women's Day.
After requests to boost Ukraine's internet capabilities, Elon Musk has issued a warning.
Rocket Lab's shares take off following announcement.
The world's largest cut diamond is believed to sell for $10.6 million.
At 1.6 million km away, Webb is more than four times as distant as the moon.
This is an offer to the Tongan community to tweet Elon Musk
More than 1,000 applicants are shortlisted, including dozens with physical disabilities.