Interviews about Space Science

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

20 September 2016

Part 1 of George Seabroke's poem Gaia.

20 September 2016

What are the instruments on board Gaia and how do they work?

20 September 2016

What will happen to all the data that has been collected by Gaia?

20 September 2016

Part 2 of George Seabroke's poem Gaia.

20 September 2016

What will Gaia do for the future of space research?

23 August 2016

To assure a level of research quality, science is put to the test using the peer review process...

11 August 2016

Top tips to find your own hunk of space metal...

11 August 2016

Rosetta has managed to sniff the comet 67P and scientists have reconstructed what it smells like...

11 August 2016

Spot the difference: Meteor, meteorite, meteroid, comet, asteroid...

11 August 2016

Graihagh made it her mission to find out as much as possible about Connie's winnings. But first, how did Connie...

26 July 2016

Are Teflon and Velcro really products of NASA's missions to space?

18 July 2016

With its strong radiation belts, polar auroras and red spot, Jupiter is a bit of an enigma...

18 July 2016

Photographing the gas giants with astrophographer Roger Hutchinson...

18 July 2016

Juno rockets to Jupiter and deputy principle investigator of the mission explains how much of a feat this is...

23 June 2016

Could Tim Peake's mission be responsible for rocketing the next generation to the Moon?

23 June 2016

Are we racing to the Moon? Who are the contenders? And why the Moon over Mars?

23 June 2016

The Russian's metal ball was propelled into orbit in 1957 and everyone watched with awe and unease...

26 May 2016

Have you ever wondered what the Sun is made of?

26 May 2016

The Sun is 4.6 billion years old but how did it get there?

26 May 2016

How we're about to get closer to our Sun than ever before using ground up bones...

26 May 2016

When it comes to stellar death, it's go big or go home...

23 May 2016

Mars was once home to enormous tidal waves, new evidence suggests.

06 May 2016

Watching planets cross the sun was hugely important in understanding the scale of our universe but why do scientists...

22 April 2016

Exoplanets may yield clues as to whether there might be life somewhere out there. But they're so far away, so why...