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.
This month provides a lively meteor shower, a total lunar eclipse, and a conjunction of the planets, as well as the usual array of wonderful astronomical sights that spring brings.
In the battle against dengue fever, those on the front line now have a new way to predict where and when the mosquito-borne disease will strike, thanks to funding from the UK Space Agency’s International Partnership Programme.
With the planets lining up in our early morning skies, the return of the core of our Milky Way Galaxy, and the Lyrids meteor shower towards the end of the month, April can be a great time to enjoy the …
UK Space Agency CEO Paul Bate reflects on the team's visit to the A’ Mhòine peninsula in Scotland, as we gear up to the first small satellite launches from the UK.
Although March sees the start of meteorological spring, it’s still a wonderful time to see the winter constellations.
On Friday 4 February 2022, a geomagnetic storm impacted recently launched Starlink satellites.
It's not every day I attend a workshop where satellites, bananas, livestock, and ethics are central to the conversation.
Our February night skies host some of the most distinctive and spectacular constellations, so wrap up warm and make the most of any clear nights that come around!
2022 brings a host of exciting astronomical events and the long winter nights provide an excellent chance to spend some time under the stars.
December brings the shortest day and longest night of the year – and with more than 16 hours of darkness, it’s the perfect time for some stargazing!