The UK Space Agency is delighted to announce that it will be docking its 72 ft model rocket in The Piazza, Plymouth, from 28 September to 2 October.
This week (5 October 2015) thousands of images from the Apollo space missions were put into public domain.
This week we will be joined by Dr Beth Healey, Research MD with the European Space Agency.
The Space sector has ambitious targets to quadruple in size between 2010 and 2030 and your business or organisation could be part of this revolution.
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.
We teamed up with LEGO Master Builders to build a model of the Soyuz Capsule – a replica of the one Tim Peake will be using in December. The two-thirds size Soyuz took 650 hours to build and used over …
In the very early hours of Monday morning (28 September 2015), be ready to experience a Super-Harvest-Bloon-Moon eclipse!
The story of Galileo 5 and 6 and their journey to orbit...
Despite only being in orbit for a matter of weeks, Sentinel-2A has exceeded expectations with this image of algal bloom in the Baltic Sea. The second of the Sentinel fleet (launched June 2015) was initially built as a land …
The International Partnerships in Space Programme (IPSP) is the newest programme in the Agency’s portfolio. It's an exciting £32 million international programme established and led by the UK Space Agency.
Another gorgeous image from Sentinel-2A captured of the Sahara desert in central Algeria.