We find out what happens when a star uses up all of its fuel
It’s a term used by astronomers, but what does it mean?
We take a look at why astronomers are keen for the launch of the starshade
Sophie Allan from the National Space Centre takes a look at this question for us
Is this Saturnian moon really as soft and spongy as it looks?
We take a look at how this beautiful twilight feature is made
We take a look at what we can expect for the future of space propulsion
We give you a few pointers on how to start sketching the objects you see through your telescope
We take a look at why the universe is mapped in such a shape
We take a look at when the best time is to see this strange phenomenon
This space object seems to have perfect symmetry. We take a look to find out why
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How did this beautiful gas planet get its stunning rings?
Want to observe our closest spiral galaxy? Read on to find out how you can
We’re able to detect them but is it possible to figure out the colours of the distant worlds we find?
We take a look at which mission will be leaving the Earth’s atmosphere to head to another world within the solar neighbourhood
Astronomer’s paradise or a light pollution hell? We reposition our Solar System to find out
We asked NASA’s Patrick Troutman, a specialist in the future of spaceflight, for his thoughts
Does the Moon hold the answers to some of the questions we have about the universe?
Gravity gives celestial bodies their rounded shape, so why does Miranda look so rough?
There’s a pretty empty void in the middle of a star cluster – but is it really what it seems?