How many companies and agencies are building vehicles to take humans into space?
Take a look inside a telescope to find out what goes on.
Hint: it doesn’t end well for Earth…
What were the Apollio mission lunar rock samples like?
Would the crew have to leave the space station?
What are these space rocks made of?
What do we know about these rather intense gravitational regions?
What is the longest-period comet we know about?
Are these dense objects scattered throughout the universe?
Can we see the edge of the universe and, if so, what’s there?
NASA Flight Director Holly Ridings tells us how astronauts on the ISS make contact with Earth.
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We take a look at China’s Long March 2F rocket.
Do things crash together or is it more serene?
How do space rocks make such large dents in celestial bodies?
What’s the quickest vehicle humans have ever built?
Do astronauts get struck down by space sickness?
What would become of our planet if it suddenly stood still?
Could there be many different universes, rather than just one?
Would any of the proposed plans to capture asteroids affect the Earth’s orbit?
Why do spacecraft need to keep themselves at a low temperature to function properly?