Why does the Moon sport a reddish tint during a lunar eclipse?
Find out why only two of the inner planets have a shield from harmful space radiation
How do space rocks make such large dents in celestial bodies?
Do all moons have to be solid? Let’s find out.
The science of re-entry explained
We find out if we can make the gas giant and its moons destinations for future manned missions
The results of a collaboration between French astronomers and applied combustion experts have been presented at the European Week of Astronomy and Space Science (EWASS)
The latest scientific results from NASA’s Juno spacecraft unveil new information about the planets cloud tops, along with some amazing new images
Three Earth-sized exoplanets orbiting TRAPPIST-1 lack hydrogen in their atmospheres, which could be a good sign for its habitability
The exoplanet’s atmosphere could be rich in water and methane
It’s long been thought that Ceres may have a very weak, transient atmosphere, but mysteries lingered about its origin and why it’s not always present
The appearance of small bodies in the outer Solar System could be deceiving
A thrilling ride is about to begin for NASA’s spacecraft…
With the conclusion of the international mission set for September 2017, the spacecraft is poised to begin a thrilling two-part endgame
The puzzling appearance of an ice cloud on Saturn’s largest moon could possibly be similar to one seen over Earth’s poles
After more than 12 years studying the gas giant’s rings and moons, the spacecraft has entered the final year of its epic voyage
Failing to detect the elusive particle means we remain in the dark about the origin of why neutrinos have mass
Chemicals found in Martian rocks by the rover suggest the Red Planet once had more oxygen in its atmosphere than it does now
A team of astronomers have discovered why water has been whisked away from Earth’s evil twin
Astronomers have found many hot Jupiters with water in their atmospheres, but others appear to have none