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Is it possible to produce food to eat and air to breathe while in space?
At the Danish Air Ambulance base in Billund, satellite navigation is a true lifesaver in the sky. The air ambulance service, operated by the
Dozens of Euro 2016 matches are being beamed via satellite to television sets and phones all over the world this summer.
The head of the European Space Agency says he would like to build a permanent base on the Moon. We meet him to discuss that incredible plan, and head to the European Astronaut Centre in Cologne to mee
Tiny satellites the size of a small cube, jam-packed with the most advanced nanotechnologies: is this the future of Space missions? To find out, we
It was the disaster that injected a shot of realism into space exploration ambitions and whose impact is still being felt today. Thirty years ago the
We're at the COP21 climate summit in Paris for a special edition of Space, to ask 'What will happen to our planet in the future?' Two top Earth observation and climate scientists offer their views.
The European Space Agency’s LISA Pathfinder mission, originally scheduled to lift off from French Guyana in the early hours of December 2, has been
We have all heard of climate change, but what’s really happening to our planet now, in November 2015? As the COP21 summit in Paris looms in December
In this edition of Space we set a course for Jupiter, destination of the next European Space Agency mission JUICE. The aim of JUICE (JUpiter ICy moon
The ongoing migrant crisis in the Mediterranean shows how indispensable satellite technology has become to those involved in saving lives at sea. But