We caught up with Keaton Stone, one of the producers of the popular stargazing show, to find out what happens when the cameras stop rolling
All About Space caught up with the ESA astronaut before he made his way to the International Space Station
The director of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Institute tells us what would happen if a signal were to be found
We caught up with Paul McNamara, lead scientist of LISA Pathfinder, before the mission’s launch
We caught up with Carolyn Porco, imaging science team leader on the Cassini mission, to find out more about the global ocean on the Saturnian moon Enceladus
We spoke to Professor Abel Méndez at the Planetary Habitability Laboratory at the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo, to learn more about the potential for life on super-Earths
Dr. René Heller chats to us about exomoons and the probability of them supporting life
Shoemaker-Levy 9’s co-discoverer David Levy relives the comet’s crash with Jupiter twenty years on
The second man on the Moon reveals how Apollo 12, not Apollo 11, could have been the first manned lunar landing
The SETI Institute’s Dr Seth Shostak tells us what will happen if we detect an alien signal
Italy’s first spacewalker, Luca Parmitano, tells us how his second EVA on 16 July 2013 almost ended in disaster
We chat to Andrew Barton, Google Lunar XPRIZE’s director of technical operations, on man’s return to the Moon
Draper Laboratory’s Jim Bickford chats about his antimatter discovery and its uses for space travel
Having been with NASA for over 25 years, Bill Ingalls tells us what it’s like to take photos for the world’s biggest space agency.
We speak to the world-famous former astronaut about his life in space
Astrobotic tells spaceanswers.com how it plans to make the first soft lunar landing since 1973
Kevin Grazier, the science advisor for Alfonso Cuarón’s new sci-fi thriller Gravity, talks about the concepts behind the movie and explains why they’re not that far removed from real life.
We spoke to Steve Isakowitz about the work this pioneering private space company is doing, and what we can expect in the future.
We spoke to the President and Chief Engineer of Planetary Resources about their plans to create a new trillion-dollar space industry.
André Kuipers, the only Dutch astronaut to fly twice into space, was responsible for berthing the first private spacecraft with the ISS.