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.
This week we will be joined by Dr Beth Healey, Research MD with the European Space Agency.
This week's image of the week (1 October 2015) is of Hale Crater on Mars showing large, dark, narrow streaks believed to be caused by seasonal flow of water.
The European Space Agency has launched a recruitment process for 8 Director-level posts.
This week's image of the week looks at Supernova remnant W44 and its environment (November 2012).
From making pee in pots to helping open a new ESA building, the last two weeks have kept everyone here on their toes.
Yesterday (29 June 2015) marked the 30th anniversary for Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL). Since the founding of the company in June 1985, SSTL has grown to become one of the most cutting-edge companies of the small satellite industry.
This Planck image shows the complicated link between the magnetic field of our galaxy and its interstellar dust.