Humans have done a remarkable job of making their presence felt on Earth, and now we're spreading to outer space. In doing so we've given rise to a fertile new profession: space archaeology.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi declares India a "space power" after successfully shooting down one of its own satellites with a ground-to-space missile.
A crewless capsule from Elon Musk's SpaceX program successfully returns to earth after visiting the International Space Station, raising prospects for human space flight from US soil once more.
Scientists and engineers have reached a major milestone by completing important designs for world's biggest radio telescope, based in Western Australia.
The Astrosite, a cutting-edge camera developed in western Sydney, could help prevent satellites located beyond Earth's atmosphere smashing into each other.
Some say supermoons are an "embarrassment to everything else we call super", but astrophysicist Brad Tucker reckons tonight is still a good excuse to go and have a look at the moon.
What will the future of humanity look like? Renowned physicist Michio Kaku predicts it will be in space — and says we may not have any choice in the matter if we want to avoid extinction.