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Outside the Earth’s atmosphere, was it safe for the Apollo astronauts to image the Sun?
We find out what you’d be able to see if you were a Martian stargazer
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We find out why Jupiter’s trademark feature is downsizing
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Everybody knows that the dodo became extinct because it was stupid… right?
The speed of light is a sort of cosmic speed limit- nothing can travel faster than 299,792,458 metres (983,571,056 feet) per second. In 2011, a team of scientists at CERN announced beams of neutrinos…
Apart from being a mobile home, how does a tortoise use its shell?
We take a look at the capabilities of this great network of radio telescopes
We take a look at what would happen if we were able to somehow touch the elusive 25 per cent of the universe
We find out what happens when a star uses up all of its fuel
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When he and his crew landed on the Moon, our lunar companion wasn’t what Apollo 16’s Charlie Duke expected