There’s no single place to observe the night sky but there are ideal locations
Prisms are crucial for a good pair of binoculars. We find out why
How one of the world’s greatest astronomers shaped our understanding of the universe
We take a look at how these filters can be a saviour for astronomers battling light pollution
You would be forgiven in thinking that you can see the whole of the Moon
The nearest star to our Sun is a red dwarf but why is it a struggle to see it?
We take a closer look at the features of this type of telescope
We take a look at what you can expect during tomorrow morning’s solar eclipse
In this video, All About Space explains what a solar eclipse is, how to safely view one plus the best places to be for the Total Solar Eclipse on 20 March 2015.
The top 10 places in the world to watch the 20 March eclipse
We found out which telescope holds the world record for being the biggest
We find out the ideal time to observe the red supergiant star
We take a look at why the counterbalance is used by some telescopes but not all
We find out if a range of filters can really improve your observing and imaging sessions
We take a look at what astronomer Isaac Newton was able to see through his homemade telescope back in 1668
Has Polaris always been known as the North Star?
The night sky can be a puzzling place to stand under
We find out if it’s easy to spot the chunks of space rock that litter our Solar System
Josh Barker from the National Space Centre answers this question for us
What’s the minimum kit required to enjoy the night sky?