Around the end of this decade, when it is expected to be decommissioned, the International Space Station (ISS) will be guided down into the atmosphere by a spacecraft and burn up.
CHINA The Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River has produced more than 1,600 billion kWh of electricity over the past 20 years, helping to save large amounts of coal, thereby reducing CO2 emissions.
Virgin Galactic announced on June 26 that the first commercial space flight with four passengers will take place on June 29 at the earliest.
The submersible ship that went missing while visiting the Titanic wreck may only have 70 hours of oxygen left
The submersible that went missing in the Atlantic Ocean while visiting the wreck of the Titanic is believed to have carried five people and may only have enough oxygen left for 70 hours.
Photographer Uğur İkizler combined all the lightning that occurred over 50 minutes in the middle of a violent thunderstorm in one image.
European aerospace startup Destinus unveiled the Destinus 3 hydrogen aircraft prototype at the Paris Air Show from June 19-25.
Fragments from pencils float in space, pencil cores can break and pose a danger to astronauts and equipment in zero gravity.
Kelp gulls often target the backs of southern right whales, threatening the endangered species' resilience.
The Pacific Ocean is the largest and deepest ocean in the world, and also the oldest, containing rock samples dating back about 200 million years.
NORWEGIAN company Hurtigruten introduces a passenger electric train with a retractable sail covered with solar cells, expected to set sail in 2030.