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How do space rocks make such large dents in celestial bodies?
Do astronauts get struck down by space sickness?
The Polish astronomer who revolutionised our understanding of the Earth’s place in the Solar System.
As the first primate in space, Ham paved the way for human exploration
Could this incredibly hostile planet support future colonies? We take a look…
This study will show how Earth-like planets are formed and what astronomers need to look for in other planetary systems
The oldest rock formation located in Canada could have only been formed from a drastic event such as a meteor bombardment
It is thought that in the densest stars in the universe, neutron stars, are more strongly controlled by a small fraction of protons
Do things crash together or is it more serene?
The event of 11 August 2018, was viewed by dedicated eclipse observers and others from the northern part of the Earth
New simulations of distant dwarf galaxies show they can have their gas stolen by a larger galaxy, similar to the two Magellanic Clouds encompassing the Milky Way
Hours before the rise of the very star it will study, the car-sized spacecraft launched from Florida to begin its journey
Josh Barker from the National Space Centre gets to the bottom of this interesting question for us.
Sophie Allan from the National Space Centre takes a look at this question for us
The staunch space heroine who blazed a trail for female astronauts
Read on to learn more about the peculiar life of the last great naked eye astronomer
Meet the future technology that could harness power and energy from a star in the most unusual way
The Perseid meteor shower will peak on 12-13 August 2018 and will also have no moonlight to impede viewing
As ultrahot Jupiters sit close to their host star, the dayside starlight splits apart water molecules, for it to reform on the nightside
Researchers have theorised that a primordial stellar intruder not only stole material from our Solar System, but mixed up the orbits of Kuiper Belt objects