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?
Shoemaker-Levy 9′s co-discoverer David Levy relives the comet’s crash with Jupiter twenty years on
It’s a big question, so we’ve got NASA’s Jennifer Eigenbrode to speculate with us
Is there a reasoning behind it or is it still a mystery? We take a look…
What causes our natural satellite to turn a ruddy shade?
Could Jupiter’s size explain its monstrous magnetic field? We take a look…
Could another planet exist in the Kuiper Belt? The jury is still out…
Technically early Earth should have been frozen but this really wasn’t the case
We had a dig around in the lunar soil to find out what it’s made of
Read on to find out why Saturn’s moon has such an odd shape
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It’s a mystery that has baffled astronomers for many years
Find out why only two of the inner planets have a shield from harmful space radiation
We take a look at whether early Mars was suitable for life as we know it
We take a look at whether a glass of alien water is safe for us to drink
What would happen to us if we suddenly switched our Sun for a red dwarf?
Astrobiologist Charles Cockrell tells us what creatures we might find on Mars
Planets can have moons but can large asteroids have them too?
What is it about Pluto that made astronomers – such as the likes of Dr Mike Brown, Professor of Planetary Astronomy at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) – insist on its declassification?
NASA astrobiologist Dr. Jennifer Eigenbrode answers this taxing question for us