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These cosmic creators, powered by dark matter, could be responsible for our existence along with the appearance of today’s universe.
Peering into the heart of a black hole
Detecting a black hole isn’t hard, but taking a picture of one is almost impossible. That is, until astronomers set up the Event Horizon Telescope to peer into the unknown.
What your favourite movies got right and what they got wrong when it comes to space science.
Exploring space using virtual reality
Collaborating with tech-giants including Microsoft, NASA is now able to conquer the universe without needing to leave the Earth – and you can come along for the ride.
25 great astronomy and space days out
From space hardware and rocket launches to planetariums and observatories, the world is full of out of this world attractions.
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