The next meeting of the European Council of Ministers will take place in November in Paris. But what is it all about?
The night skies of November are a great opportunity to see Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, two meteor showers, and a host of bright stars.
Ensuring the safe and sustainable use of space is a priority for the UK Space Agency as part of the National Space Strategy. But how do we achieve this?
A guest blog from Oxfordshire-based Astroscale, celebrating World Space Week with the theme of Space and Sustainability.
The UK Space Agency invested £65,000 into projects to engage UK pupils in STEM learning and possible space careers.
September brought that first icy night under the stars since March, and it’s always a mixed experience!
Some of the most beautiful sights in our night skies are visible through September, and if you can get away from the bright lights of towns and cities there are some real treats in store.
Exploring how Keronite has evolved traditional optical coating processes for extra-large space structures
The UK Space Agency joined NASA and international space colleagues to discuss NASA’s “Moon to Mars” exploration objectives during a two-day workshop in London.
I’m often asked when I first became interested in space. It’s difficult to pinpoint, but, for as long as I can remember, I’ve been captivated by the wonders of the night sky and the adventures of those who’ve flown among them.
There’s a spectacular meteor shower, the chance to see the Moon passing close to all of the brighter planets of our Solar System, the Milky Way overhead and the possibility of noctilucent or ‘night shining’ clouds.