We answer the question of why the stars are hidden in pictures taken from space
What would happen if a wave of a magic wand put all the stars together in the night sky?
Has Polaris always been known as the North Star?
You might not be aware, but planets can gradually change direction in the sky. We find out why
Spectators can expect to see between 10-15 Perseids per hour or maybe slightly more at the peak
We find out if it’s possible for the gas giant to grow another of its famous red blemishes
We find out who’s the heftiest stellar family of them all
Astronomer’s paradise or a light pollution hell? We reposition our Solar System to find out
Does the Milky Way block our view of stars in the night sky?
How do we measure the brightness of objects in the night sky?
China’s first-ever space laboratory has been predicted to fall to Earth as early as this week, according to Chinese space agency officials
National Space Centre expert Megan Whewell answers this question for us.
Get ready for the first meteor shower of 2018!
We take a look at how these filters can be a saviour for astronomers battling light pollution
The Perseid meteor shower, which makes its appearance every year in Earth’s sky, reaches its peak with up to 100 meteors per hour expected
Want a camera that breaks the barrier between visual observing and astrophotography? Step this way…
Join Slooh as Comet 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresak makes its close approach
Be fully equipped for your tours of the night sky this winter, courtesy of Hama UK and Meade Instruments
Be prepared for the return of the Orionids as they reach their peak
Take a fuss-free tour of the planets and lunar surface this month, courtesy of Meade Instruments and Hama UK Ltd