We take a look at which mission will be leaving the Earth’s atmosphere to head to another world within the solar neighbourhood
We take a look at the many challenges of preparing and eating food in space
We asked NASA’s Patrick Troutman, a specialist in the future of spaceflight, for his thoughts
The second man on the Moon reveals how Apollo 12, not Apollo 11, could have been the first manned lunar landing
NASA’s electric-powered Lunar buggy is one of the most expensive cars in the history of humankind
Find out if you’ve got what it takes to become an astronaut
With no air in space, do engineers have to take more care? We take a look…
Is this infrared astronomy satellite still scanning the universe?
Our planet gives spacecraft a buzz of energy – but why?
Italy’s first spacewalker, Luca Parmitano, tells us how his second EVA on 16 July 2013 almost ended in disaster
The man who overcame ridicule to launch the age of space exploration
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We chat to Andrew Barton, Google Lunar XPRIZE’s director of technical operations, on man’s return to the Moon
Read on to discover the fascinating facts about this extra-vehicular activity
A guide to daily life aboard the ISS
What are the key differences between two of NASA’s yet-to-be-launched missions?
You can usually see them stuck in orbit, but sometimes they just need to come crashing down to Earth. We take a look at when satellites fall.
Find out why manmade satellites don’t crash into each other all the time
Sophie Allan at the National Space Centre looks at whether astronauts can land on the surface of comets – our Solar System’s travelling space snowballs
The crew of Apollo 1 were the first fatalities in America’s space programme, but they will forever be remembered as pioneers of manned space exploration
The man without whom NASA might never have made it to the Moon.