Interviews about Space Science

Interviews about space science, astronomy, rockets, planets, galaxies, stars...

13 December 2012

Research published just this week offers new solutions to a long-standing problem – What are ultra-luminous X-ray...

14 October 2012

Mobile phone data tracks malaria as it moves with humans; Spirals of dust help understand evolution of stars; A new...

07 October 2012

In this week's NewsFLASH, we look at companion black holes, artificial bee brain design and hypo-allergenic cow...

02 October 2012

The Antarctic is associated with explorers, penguins and glaciers but the South Pole is also the perfect place for...

16 September 2012

Diet in pregnancy affects cancer risk for the women, their daughters, and their granddaughters...

02 September 2012

Increasing multiple resistant TB, Methane under Antarctic Ice Sheet, A new kind of solar system, and How cucumber...

17 August 2012

In an update from the Royal Astronomical Society, we hear how Dawn, currently orbiting Vesta, will depart for a new...

17 August 2012

We delve into the history of Mars exploration, finding out why the Red Planet has captured our imagination, and...

05 August 2012

Professor John Zarnecki discusses the challenges of unknown environments when exploring our solar system...

05 August 2012

Finding Your Own Path - The Seeker Project

05 August 2012

In November 2011, one of NASA’s most ambitious missions yet, mounted to explore Mars, blasted off destined for the red...