Upcoming Mars Analog Mission will use and improve the field of robotics

The upcoming Mars Analog Mission will advance the development of space exploration through international collaboration and research.

JUICE mission: Exploring Jupiter and its icy moons

The JUICE mission will make detailed observations of the giant gas planet and its three large ocean-bearing moons.

Artificial Intelligence finds that first stars were formed in groups

Artificial Intelligence has found that the very first stars in the Universe were born in clusters rather than as isolated stars.

Venus analogues used to gain insights into Earth’s future

Researchers have compiled a list of Venus analogues to gain valuable insights into Earth’s risk of developing a runaway greenhouse climate.

Eruption of a magnetar reveals high-frequency oscillations

An international scientific group has managed to measure for the first-time oscillations in the brightness of a neutron star (magnetar) during its most violent...

Astrophysical plasma study benefits from new soft X-ray transition energies

The new standard for X-ray transition energies set for neon, carbon dioxide, and sulphur hexafluoride paves a way to achieving a high accuracy analysis...

The number of UK space jobs are continuing to expand

Despite global impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, 3,000 new jobs have been created in the UK space sector in one year. According to new figures...

Developing cutting-edge software for the Square Kilometre Array Observatory

UK institutions have been granted £15m to develop the ‘brain’ of the Square Kilometre Array Observatory, which is the biggest radio telescope in the...

Astronomers have observed the most distant galaxy candidate yet

At 13.5 billion light-years from Earth, astronomers have discovered the most distant galaxy candidate yet. At a staggering distance of 13.5 billion light-years from Earth,...

Baby universes could present as primordial black holes

The Kavli Institute believe that primordial black holes, which formed in the early Universe, could be hidden ‘baby universes’.

Closely analysing Jupiter’s origin

A research team from University of Zurich (UZH) and the National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) has utilised computer modelling systems to analyse...

Mars’ climate history to determine potential habitability

A collaborative research team, led by Purdue University, has discovered that mounts of ice in craters provide a new insight into Mars’ climate history. Newly...

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Upcoming Mars Analog Mission will use and improve the field of robotics

The upcoming Mars Analog Mission will advance the development of space exploration through international collaboration and research.

Lift off for UK space projects with £6.5m levelling-up funding

The UK Space Agency has announced it will be funding £6.5m to support 18 projects to boost the UK space industry.

Global action required to clean up space junk

Scientists have called for a legally-binding treaty to ensure Earth’s orbit is not harmed by space junk as the global space industry grows.

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CUA polymer-fibre satellite micropropulsion systems readying for launch

CU Aerospace is preparing to launch a series of innovative micropropulsion systems for flight on satellites in the near future. Champaign-Urbana Aerospace (CUA) has developed...

Capturing a Universal understanding from James Webb Space Telescope Images

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UK and Australia collaboration: Enhancing UK space command capabilities

Northern Space and Security Limited (NORSS) has announced an ARTISM contract that will create a minimum of 13 jobs and enhance the UK's space...

Using software technologies to enable spacecraft trajectory optimisation

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