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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
Apollo 7’s Walt Cunningham talks openly about the risks of being an astronaut at the Starmus astronomy festival
Queen guitarist Brian May speaks of his sadness about the end of the Space Shuttle Program, over three years after it ended
The Planck satellite brings BICEP2’s Big Bang discovery into further question
At the Starmus astronomy festival in Tenerife, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins tells us what we should expect alien life to look like
We come face-to-face with Uranus’ many mysteries in the latest issue of All About Space
The effects of an intense X1.6-class solar storm are to last through to tomorrow, but what does that mean for us?
The first tell-tale signs of water ice clouds on an object outside our Solar System may have been discovered
Researchers have found evidence that Jupiter’s moon Europa could have tectonic plates – just like Earth