Imperial College London's Professor Helen Brindley explains how the ESA FORUM mission, contracted to Airbus, will improve the accuracy of climate change forecasts and help scientists see the Earth through new eyes.
If you have ever wanted to chat to an astronaut, find out what it’s like to chase a comet or simply ask how space research benefits us, then tune in to one of our ‘tweet the expert’ sessions.
From 29 September to 03 October the UK Space Agency, or a few of us at least, will be visiting Toronto, Canada for the 65th International Astronautical Congress (IAC).
On 4 September, Blue Peter launched their competition for the children of the UK to design the mission patch for European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Tim Peake’s Principia mission to the International Space Station.
Some of the most common questions we hear at the Agency are, "What benefit does space exploration actually have? What’s the point of sending people into space when we’ve so many problems here on Earth to sort out?"