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The unsung hero who built NASA into the world’s greatest space agency.
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Is this one of the ways the universe could end?
Dr. Steve Howell explains why Kepler’s life is in the balance, but insists that our days of searching for exoplanets have only just begun.
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40 years on we take a look at the incredible story of Skylab, NASA’s first attempt at a space station.
Why the first American woman in space will be remembered forever.
Our competition from issue 12 gives you a chance to win a fantastic NexStar 130 SLT telescope.
How do we measure the brightness of objects in the night sky?
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Is there such a thing as a ‘galactic habitable zone’?
What’s inside these massive planets?
Did this Soviet cosmonaut crash back to Earth screaming in rage at his superiors?
This timeline, which we’ll continuously update, shows you the most exciting missions that will be taking place by 2023.
Are we able to observe the birth of the universe?
Can Mars One really land humans on the Red Planet in the next decade? Mars expert Gernot Grömer tells us why he is pessimistic about their plans.
The iconic Horsehead Nebula is seen in a new light in this image released by NASA to celebrate Hubble’s birthday.