Do astronauts have their spacesuits and helmets personally made for them?
Meet the father of the Apollo programme
Now we like the Soyuz rocket, and we like the Delta IV rocket, but which is better? There’s only one way to find out…
We find out how America’s space agency started out
The legacy of Dawn has taught astronomers remarkable things about the evolution of the inner Solar System
The maverick astronaut who became known to many as the Comeback Kid
Along with creating a 360-degree panorama of Vera Rubin Ridge, Curiosity has also been drilling for samples
This new report states that NASA’s next mission to be to directly study Earth-like exoplanets, as we know so little about other planetary systems
We take a look at what weightlessness does to the body
The man who overcame ridicule to launch the age of space exploration
How one dog went from being a stray on the streets of Moscow to the first animal to orbit the Earth
We know it was a competition during the 20th Century, but what was the end result?
NASA’s spacecraft will examine the rare Kuiper Belt object on 1 January 2019, and now it has the object in its sights
Savitskaya paved the way for female cosmonauts
How this entrepreneur is almost single-handedly ushering in a new era of private space exploration through his company SpaceX.
NASA’s iconic infrared telescope has reached a tremendous milestone, revealing many unknown details about our solar system and beyond in the process
Whilst reaching this milestone, all of its instruments were tested and are thankfully in superb condition
Do astronauts get struck down by space sickness?
As the first primate in space, Ham paved the way for human exploration
Hours before the rise of the very star it will study, the car-sized spacecraft launched from Florida to begin its journey