Has Polaris always been known as the North Star?
We find out if these beautiful structures are made by the titanic explosion of massive stars
There’s plenty of it, so what shape do we think the universe is?
It’s a way of finding distant worlds, so how does it work?
We take a look at what weightlessness does to the body
We find out how the ice giant’s moons got their names
We usually catapult spacecraft through the Solar System but how do we slow them down if we need to?
The night sky can be a puzzling place to stand under
We find out if our universe came from the high gravity objects known as black holes
Jupiter is home to some gigantic storms but would we be able to actually hear them?
We find out if it’s easy to spot the chunks of space rock that litter our Solar System
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We’ve never been outside our galaxy, so how do we know what it looks like?
If we are ever to colonise Mars, we will need to grow food – but will that be possible?
What can you expect if you visited these beautifully coloured regions of space?
A new planet needs a name – but what we would we call it if it was found in our Solar System?
Do space agencies collaborate or go it alone?
NASA’s Patrick Troutman speculates on the future of our planet
Josh Barker from the National Space Centre answers this question for us
A full on smashup or a near miss? We find out what happens to planets when their galaxies collide
We take a look at why such a feat can’t happen