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We find out why one of these exotic planets can’t be found in our Solar System
What is it about this terrestrial world’s atmosphere that gives it its unusual colour?
We find out how Saturn is able to hold onto its stunning rings
Do comets look as vibrant when they’re not getting a helping hand from the Sun?
A head-on collision, a near miss or not even possible? We find out if these two planets can actually collide
It’s a fairly dry and dusty world, so how did Mars get its frosty poles?
We find out how the ice giant’s moons got their names
Jupiter is home to some gigantic storms but would we be able to actually hear them?
If we are ever to colonise Mars, we will need to grow food – but will that be possible?
A new planet needs a name – but what we would we call it if it was found in our Solar System?
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NASA’s Patrick Troutman speculates on the future of our planet
This small Saturnian moon is one of the most heavily cratered bodies in the Solar System, including one massive impact…
It’s the first rock from the Sun, so what is Mercury’s atmosphere like?
Josh Barker from the National Space Centre answers this question for us
With Christmas just around the corner, could it snow on Mars like it does on Earth?
Did we begin as organisms on a ball of ice and rock?
Could a chunk of space rock hit our planet?
We find out the type of route a comet takes through the solar neighbourhood
We find out why Jupiter’s trademark feature is downsizing