Realizing the dream of space: Astronaut Peggy Whitson on leaving Earth for the first time03:38
Peggy Whitson made history several times in her career as an astronaut. She spent a record-breaking 665 days in space and became the first woman to command the ISS. In this interview, she describes her historic first spaceflight.
What we learned from Opportunity's grand journey across Mars03:38
The European Space Agency has named its Mars rover after the pioneering scientist Rosalind Franklin01:45
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Underground eco-farm flourishes in London WWII bunker02:22
2018 is the fourth warmest year on record01:20
The Milky Way Galaxy has a different shape than we used to think01:07