The man without whom NASA might never have made it to the Moon.
Using mass spectrometry data from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, scientists found that large, carbon-rich organic molecules are ejected from cracks in the icy surface of the moon
Forget rovers, meet “Charlie” the robo-ape who’s planning on a trip to the Moon – and maybe even Mars!
Read on to learn more about the peculiar life of the last great naked eye astronomer
The Moon’s relatively static surface is the ideal calibration candidate for Earth-observing instruments
We find out if we can make the gas giant and its moons destinations for future manned missions
Radio images made with a combination of telescopes in space and on the ground resolve the outburst merely a couple of 12 light-days from its launching site
Being our next-door neighbour, can we grab stunning views of the surface of Venus?
We find out what the biggest impact is on this Galilean moon
Is there ever a good time to observe our lunar companion? It depends on what you want to see…
Hint: it doesn’t end well for our planet
Contrary to initial analysis, it appears that water could be widely distributed and immobile throughout the surface of the Moon
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