What high-speed astronomy can tell us about the galactic zoo
Do we matter in the cosmos?
The Sun – our steady, reliable companion – tells a very different story up close
The idea of creating a new universe in the lab is no joke
Dwarf planetary systems will transform the hunt for alien life
Amaury Triaud & Michaël Gillon
A journey from the Himalayas to the edge of our cosmic horizon in space and time
Echoes of a black hole
Our Universe is too vast for even the most imaginative sci-fi
Welcome to Terra Sapiens
Has dogma derailed the scientific search for dark matter?
When we look for aliens, why do we always find ourselves staring back?
Opposition to Galileo was scientific, not just religious
Gravitational waves will bring the extreme universe into view
The classic 1977 film that put the vastness of the universe into perspective
Embark on an interstellar, operatic adventure with the Voyager spacecrafts
Experience the eerie serenity of 100,000 asteroids in orbit
We can begin an interstellar mission today – and we should
It might be our placid nocturnal companion, but the Moon has a turbulent past
Gravitational wave blues
‘If you feel you’re in a black hole, don’t give up’ – Stephen Hawking explains
How far beyond Earth will we go to safeguard our species?
How we lost the Moon
Hot black holes and the arrow of time
Why our imagination for alien life is so impoverished
Life on Mars
Landing on alien worlds is our highest form of exploration
Finding alien life raises huge ethical questions. Finding we’re alone does, too
Let the Sun’s invisible solar winds wash over you in ultra high-definition video