With Christmas just around the corner, could it snow on Mars like it does on Earth?
The Napoleonic Wars had been raging since 1799 but by 1814, the French troops were in full retreat. The armies of the Coalition (Austria, Russia, Spain and United Kingdom) had entered France and were…
We know it was a competition during the 20th Century, but what was the end result?
Did we begin as organisms on a ball of ice and rock?
We find out if the cosmos is hotting up or cooling down
Could a chunk of space rock hit our planet?
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Earth and Venus were twins when they were younger, so what turned the second planet from the Sun bad? Find out in issue 32 – out now!
Narwhals are mysterious animals, and there are many things you might not know about them
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We find out if it’s possible to fly a fighter jet into space
You might not be aware, but planets can gradually change direction in the sky. We find out why
You might be surprised by the answer
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Light pollution is the astronomer’s enemy but we know how you can avoid it
We find out the type of route a comet takes through the solar neighbourhood
In the late 19th century, Britain feared that the centre of the Empire, London, was not protected sufficiently from an attack. As a result, over a dozen forts were built surrounding London in the…
We know that stars die, so is it possible for a galaxy to pass on too?
Are Seyfert galaxies just like normal galaxies?
Interview with Rick Kaiser, an ex-Navy SEAL who specialised in winter warfare, sniping and combat swimming. He was assigned to an Assault Squadron and was selected for the Enlisted Education…
How will this team of robots assist with our need to investigate other worlds?
Interview with the curator of Naval History at the National Maritime Museum, Dr James Davey What was the Victory’s role at Trafalgar? Its key role was as flagship for the commander in chief,…
Both imagers can give you great shots of night sky targets but which one is the best?
One supernova explosion is enough to pack a punch, but can two go off at the same time?
A-Z animals: 26 animals that do absolutely unbelievable things.
We catch up with the comet-chasing Rosetta spacecraft in the latest issue of All About Space
We find out if there are any creatures in space right now