Meet the stars that could be responsible for space, time and our existence in the latest issue – out now!
The pioneer of the sky created the catalogue of deep sky objects.
On 26 February, an annular solar eclipse will rise and set over a large area of the Southern Hemisphere – don’t miss it!
Courtesy of Slooh, don’t miss tonight’s event – wherever you are in the world
We head to Mars to celebrate the Opportunity rover’s greatest discoveries of all time in the latest issue – out now!
Courtesy of Slooh, watch a dazzling display of shooting stars coincide with a megamoon
Wherever you are in the world, don’t miss the closest and brightest Moon in nearly seven decades – courtesy of Slooh!
Be fully equipped for your tours of the night sky this winter, courtesy of Hama UK and Meade Instruments
The lightest solid element in existence, plays an important role in our lives, both at the biological and the technological level
Eight people with no formal training in astrophysics helped discover what could be a fruitful new place to search for planets outside our Solar System
Be prepared for the return of the Orionids as they reach their peak
As part of World Space Week, you can win a day out for the whole family to one of the United Kingdom’s leading visitor attractions
Astronomer Ninian Boyle shows you how to capture our Moon’s wander into subtle shadow this evening
For years, we’ve puzzled over a massive age-defying star lodged deep in the Milky Way
Step outside as the stars come out, look southwest, and you’ll see an eye-catching pattern
Data on these failed stars can be used as a stand-in for contemplating extrasolar worlds
The most reliable meteor shower of the year peaks on the night of 12-13 August. Astronomer Ninian Boyle shows you how to shoot it
The meteor shower could put on an even more impressive show thanks to comet Swift-Tuttle getting gravitational assistance from Jupiter
A light, low cost system, that could assist with achieving darker skies has been developed
For the first time since 1967, the Summer Solstice coincides with a bright moonlit sky