Interviews about Space Science

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

15 August 2010

The UK Space Agency has recently announced a pilot program, inviting companies and academics to device innovative ideas...

01 August 2010

Stand-up comedian Josie Long, performing in the cabaret tent, feels that politics and environmental messages have a...

02 May 2010

Chopo Ma explains the Cosmic Positioning System used to locate our satellites...

18 April 2010

Professor John Brown explains why 2010 is an important year for astronomy at Glasgow University, and gives a brief...

18 April 2010

William Bains describes a new way to think about the search for extra terrestrial life using biochemistry...

18 April 2010

Jim wild describes how we can forecast the weather in space and plan for any extreme events that may be coming up...

18 April 2010

In 1916, Albert Einstein predicted that Gravitational Waves, these are ripples in the very fabric of space and time,...

18 April 2010

Cosmic Vision is ESA's way of setting out the future of space missions. Mark McCaughrean explains more...

18 April 2010

Professor Andy Fabian, President of the Royal Astronomical Society, explains who the RAS are, the important role of...

18 April 2010

Professor Andrew Collier Cameron discusses some surprising discoveries from the Wide Angle Search for Planets (WASP)...

18 April 2010

Solar physics is a big priority - but what's so important about our closest star? Dr Lucie Green, from UCL's...

18 April 2010

Astronomers and Cosmologists seek to understand the origins of the universe – but as this was billions of years ago, we...

15 November 2009

Where do stars and planets come from? Mark Mcaughrean explains all...

15 November 2009

The Rosetta mission aims to do something never doen before, and that's land on a comet. Professor Ian Wright...

15 November 2009

Dr Matt Balme dicusses the changes that sculpt the surface of Mars...

01 November 2009

Chris Smith finds out about the most distant object ever discovered and how this has improved our understanding of our...

07 June 2009

We speak to Professor Robert Kennicutt: one of the first to describe the Hubble constant and now recipient of the...

10 May 2009

Thursday 14th May, all being well, we are going to see the launch of the European Space Agency’s Herschel and Planck...

20 April 2009

This week in science history saw, in 1990, the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope, the largest and most advanced...

06 April 2009

On the 7th of April 2001, the Mars Odyssey spacecraft was launched to orbit and survey Mars. It has supplied vital...

16 March 2009

This week in 1853 saw the death of Christian Doppler, Austrian physicist and father of the Doppler effect - one of the...

08 March 2009

Astronomical objects often pass by the Earth. This week saw DD45 pass within the orbit of the Moon, only twice as far...

22 February 2009

The universe surprised us recently when NASA's GALEX (Galaxy Evolution Explorer) discovered a new dwarf galaxy...

22 February 2009

Often, technology designed for space travel gives us benefits down here on Earth. This is one example of the opposite...