Stars are a fundamental part to our universe, but what purpose do they serve?
Why is the furthest planet from the Sun, Neptune, warmer than Uranus?
How the Red Planet got its iconic colour.
When dealing with large planets and small stars it can sometimes be hard to differentiate the two. Thankfully, brown dwarf stars might just be the divider we need.
What caused the rotation of galaxies, and do they all do it?
Is our Milky Way destined to collide with any other galaxies?
The very first particles of light came from somewhere. We find out where
We find out the answer to this intriguing question
Could our biggest natural satellite ever drift away?
Where are the stars in various constellations located?
How hospitable is Mercury to life?
What would happen to us if we suddenly switched our Sun for a red dwarf?
How do swirling liquids in a planet’s core help create a protective magnetosphere?
Megan Whewell from the National Space Centre answers this question for us.
A head-on collision, a near miss or not even possible? We find out if these two planets can actually collide
We find out why one of these exotic planets can’t be found in our Solar System
We found out which telescope holds the world record for being the biggest
We take a look at how big these cooler regions of our star can get
De-orbited in 2001, we find out if there are still pieces of the Mir space station in space
We find out if we can make the gas giant and its moons destinations for future manned missions