Groups of 4-11 year old children were recently ‘taken to infinity and beyond’ to celebrate all things space.
Tim Peake and his crewmate Tim Kopra will perform a spacewalk, known as an EVA (extravehicular activity) at approximately 12:55 GMT today (15 January 2016.)
Celebrate 20 years of uninterrupted views of our Sun. In December 1995, the ESA-NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) launched into space, eventually reaching around 1.5 million kilometres closer to the Sun. From protecting our planet to investigating how the …
From taking part in your very own space race to pushing your knowledge of science - we have a range of challenges suitable for a variety of school ages. You can get involved with space today!
Taken merely 5 days after it arrived in orbit (28 June 2015), Sentinel-2A took this false-colour image of Sudan’s capital and second largest city, Khartoum. Khartoum sits between the Blue Nile River (which can be seen on the upper right …
Today marks the anniversary of NASA's Swift satellite, which rode to orbit aboard a Delta II rocket on November 20, 2004. Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are the most powerful explosions in the universe. These bursts are thought to be connected to …
The countdown is on for the launch of Europe’s LISA Pathfinder (LPF) spacecraft.
This image shows one of Saturn’s many moons. Dione is one of over 60 moons to be discovered so far. Taken from the Cassini orbiter, the image shows it move across its parent planet.
Nothing about the International Partnership Space Programme (IPSP) is routine - every project is unique and different from our ordinary business. I will show you how some IPSP projects push 'ordinary’ to brand new levels.
This image shows the third satellite of the Sentinel fleet before being shipped to Russia before launch. Sentinel-3A is due to be launched in December 2015 from Plesetsk in Russia.