We find out what is required in order to put man on Saturn’s moon
New models show that the Moon was once hot and rotating fast, which caused its equatorial bulge whilst retreating from Earth
On the 31 January 2018, three amazing astronomical phenomena will combine to create a majestic viewing opportunity
Listen to the live broadcast held by astronauts Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and William Anders 49 years ago
“This thing is an oddball,” says Karen Meech of the University of Hawaii’s Institute for Astronomy who leads an international team studying this interstellar interloper
NASA’s Mars Odyssey orbiter has gained its first look at the moon, pursuing a deeper understanding by examining it in infrared wavelengths
Space debris about half the size of a pinhead slammed into part of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter and produced a zigzag Moon image
The pair reside in the frigid outskirts of our Solar System called the Kuiper Belt
We go on a hunt for white holes in the latest issue of All About Space, out now!
The flyby marks the mission’s final opportunity for up-close observations of the lakes and seas of liquid hydrocarbons that spread across the moon’s northern polar region
Scientists have discovered hydrogen gas in the plume of material erupting from Enceladus
NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft performed a previously unscheduled manoeuvre this week
On 26 February, an annular solar eclipse will rise and set over a large area of the Southern Hemisphere – don’t miss it!
The white dwarf pulsar has eluded astronomers for over half a century
The crew of Apollo 1 were the first fatalities in America’s space programme, but they will forever be remembered as pioneers of manned space exploration
Our natural satellite could be the last in a series of moons that orbited our planet in the past
Courtesy of Slooh, watch a dazzling display of shooting stars coincide with a megamoon
Discover how the biggest crash in the early Solar System holds the key to our existence in the latest issue – out now!
Our natural satellite’s orbit has a surprisingly large tilt
New results from the NASA’s GRAIL spacecraft are providing insights into the huge impacts that dominated worlds of the early Solar System