What causes the vivid colours in deep space photography?
Would any of the proposed plans to capture asteroids affect the Earth’s orbit?
The difference between watching the natural polar lights on the ground compared to from the sky
How do we measure the brightness of objects in the night sky?
Do all moons have to be solid? Let’s find out.
Could we protect ourselves from radiation on the Red Planet?
What happens when an unstoppable force meets another unstoppable force…
O, B, A, F and so on… What do they all mean?
Find out why stars come in different colours
Gemma Lavender gets to the bottom of this question for us.
Gemma Lavender spirals her way into this question for us.
Find out who went alone into the cosmos first right here.
Sophie Allan from the National Space Centre answers this question for us.
Did this pioneering astronomer invent and use a telescope for the first time?
Could space travel on a Star Trek scale ever become a reality?
They might have lost the race to the Moon, but the Soviets beat NASA to the punch when it came to space stations…
It might be a great view, but would it also devastate our planet?
Life without our Solar System’s only star would be rather uncomfortable, to say the least.
Find out why the hottest planet in the Solar System is so bright in our night sky.
Is a magnetar some kind of magnetic star? Find out here