They both contain stars but what’s the difference?
Can you venture into a black hole and live to tell the tale?
Can planets withstand the violence at the centre of a galaxy?
It’s the first rock from the Sun, so what is Mercury’s atmosphere like?
We find out how manned and unmanned spacecraft are propelled into space from Earth
Planets, stars or something entirely different? We take a look to see what brown dwarfs are
Josh Barker from the National Space Centre answers this question for us
Hint: it’s not good news
What’s the minimum kit required to enjoy the night sky?
Often found around a star or black hole, we find out what an accretion disc is
Being our next-door neighbour, can we grab stunning views of the surface of Venus?
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With Christmas just around the corner, could it snow on Mars like it does on Earth?
We know it was a competition during the 20th Century, but what was the end result?
Did we begin as organisms on a ball of ice and rock?
We find out if the cosmos is hotting up or cooling down
Could a chunk of space rock hit our planet?
We find out if it’s possible to fly a fighter jet into space
You might not be aware, but planets can gradually change direction in the sky. We find out why
You might be surprised by the answer
Light pollution is the astronomer’s enemy but we know how you can avoid it