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The ExoMars spacecraft is on its way to the red planet right now, and when it gets there it’s going to be looking for methane, a gas that’s linked to life, but could be coming from other sources…
The extraordinary mission of ESA’s Rosetta spacecraft around comet 67P is nearly over: on 30 September the craft will crash land on its surface and end a 12 year voyage through…
Britain’s exit from the European Union could have long-term implications for science, research and high tech engineering in the UK and Europe, as the community has close ties across borders both in te
In this episode, we look at the decontamination procedures used for the instruments making the journey to Mars with John Robert Brucato, Planetary Protection Manger at the Italian National Institute o
British astronaut Tim Peake has safely returned to Earth after spending half-a-year in space.
The European Commission’s emergency management system Copernicus has been activated to deal with the floods in France, Belgium and Germany.
Is it possible to produce food to eat and air to breathe while in space?
Planetary Scientist Jean-Pierre Bibring explains where to look for life on Mars.
Chancellor Angela Merkel was supposed to announce a major international space co-operation project on Wednesday. She didn't.
We’ve been observing the earth from space for a long time but advances in technology means we can glean even more from the modern satellite. And
Orbiting the earth are some of the most important tools to human understanding of the earth. Satellites are not only important to scientists but are