The manned missions we’ve sent to the Moon have been treated to incredible sights of our planet
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Sir Nils Olav has been an honorary member since 1972
We take a look at which mission will be leaving the Earth’s atmosphere to head to another world within the solar neighbourhood
Astronomer’s paradise or a light pollution hell? We reposition our Solar System to find out
We meet a supermassive star that science just can’t explain in our latest issue
We take a look at the many challenges of preparing and eating food in space
We asked NASA’s Patrick Troutman, a specialist in the future of spaceflight, for his thoughts
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Rubin became the first person to provide evidence for the existence of dark matter
Super Earths, hot Jupiters and mini Neptunes – these are just some of the exoplanets that have been turned up in our search
Start your exploration of the night sky with our issue 28 competition
It’s not just a reminder of many childhoods, it’s also a place for astronomers to get an unhindered view of star birth in action
Does the Moon hold the answers to some of the questions we have about the universe?
Believe it or not, these fierce carnivores can survive for ages without a meal
Gravity gives celestial bodies their rounded shape, so why does Miranda look so rough?
Shoemaker-Levy 9′s co-discoverer David Levy relives the comet’s crash with Jupiter twenty years on
The second man on the Moon reveals how Apollo 12, not Apollo 11, could have been the first manned lunar landing
NASA’s electric-powered Lunar buggy is one of the most expensive cars in the history of humankind
We delve into the centre of this gathering of galaxies
There’s a pretty empty void in the middle of a star cluster – but is it really what it seems?
We take a look to see if amateur astronomers are able to dabble in other wavelengths
We find out what that magic amount is to keep a star alive