Interviews about Space Science

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

13 January 2012

Why nicotine replacement may not be the key to kicking the habit, how most stars in our solar system have planets...

04 November 2011

If you've seen a recent 3D film, you'll know that studying polarised light can be really helpful. The Cosmic...

04 November 2011

Blue Stragglers are strange stars that don’t seem to fit the standard picture of stellar evolution. New research helps...

09 October 2011

The opening a the largest ground telescope ever built, A probe planning a journey to the Sun and the revival of...

30 September 2011

In this week's news roundup we discuss Chinese Space Stations, the Dead Sea Scrolls going online, using CO2 to...

25 September 2011

Fact Impact: A high-speed run-down of facts about Asteroids

04 September 2011

Dr. Matt Mountain explains the design of the James Webb Telescope and how infra-red will be used to study the very...

07 July 2011

How should astronomers go about communicating their work? Mark Thompson is President of Norwich Astronomical Society,...

07 July 2011

Climatologists and geologists have developed a number of ways to estimate the temperature on Earth going back a very...

07 July 2011

What would our solar system look like to extra-solar observers? Dr Chris Stark, from the Carnigie Institute in...

07 July 2011

Should we ever want to visit our astronomical neighbours, we will first need to get over a lot of technological,...

07 July 2011

How do we spot planets in the glare of their parent star? Ben Oppenheimer is associate curator of astrophysics at the...

26 June 2011

Fact Impact: A high-speed run-down of facts about Galaxies

19 June 2011

The Square Kilometre Array, or SKA, should help us to answer some of the big outstanding questions about our universe...

05 June 2011

Although it’s a popular conversation topic – it’s very tricky to predict the English weather. But what about if you...

31 May 2011

What is round and measures 1 billionth of a millimetre across? Yes, you guessed it, it’s the electron. Theories have...

27 May 2011

Pulsar hunters search for tell tale repeated signals in masses of data - and sometimes they spot something unusual....

25 May 2011

Fact Impact: A high-speed run-down of facts about Mars...