How the Red Planet got its iconic colour.
A series of acidic streams in Dorset, United Kingdom, resemble Mars billions of years ago, which could help scientists find microbial life on Mars
Could our biggest natural satellite ever drift away?
Astronomers confirm the existence of the first carbon-rich lump of space rock in the outer reaches of the Solar System
How hospitable is Mercury to life?
What would happen to us if we suddenly switched our Sun for a red dwarf?
The Moon’s relatively static surface is the ideal calibration candidate for Earth-observing instruments
How do swirling liquids in a planet’s core help create a protective magnetosphere?
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
Models and simulations have provided strong evidence that Mercury’s plasmoids could be accelerating electrons from the Sun
We take a look at how big these cooler regions of our star can get
Almost three years after NASA’s New Horizons mission flew past Charon, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) has named some of its landmarks
It will assist in the understanding of the forces at work powering the storm systems that range between 4,000 to 4,600 kilometres (2,500 to 2,900 miles) in diameter
We find out what the biggest impact is on this Galilean moon
We take a look at why the members of the Solar System vary in colour
We find out how Saturn is able to hold onto its stunning rings
Observations made by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft has showed constant variation on the rocky world
Hint: it doesn’t end well for our planet
The latest scientific results from NASA’s Juno spacecraft unveil new information about the planets cloud tops, along with some amazing new images