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The SKA Observatory has announced its novel future branding

The formally known SKA Observatory, based at the iconic Jodrell Bank Observatory, has divulged its future SKAO branding.

Chemical signature discovered on exoplanet for the first time

A collective of international researchers has identified a novel chemical signature in an exoplanet’s atmosphere for the first time ever.

Exploring the far side of the Moon and beyond with NESS

Dr Jack Burns, of the Network for Exploration and Space Science, discusses missions to the far side of the moon and beyond.

Scientists might be able to detect signs of extra-terrestrial life within the next decade

A new telescope launching this autumn could spot biosignatures – signs extra-terrestrial life – on other planets within three days.

Using Artificial Intelligence to detect anomalies in space

Researchers at Julius-Maximilians-Universität of Würzburg are training Artificial Intelligence on a satellite to discover unknown phenomena in space.

New observations reveal 21/Borisov as the most pristine comet ever

Fresh findings from the ESO's VLT reveal that rogue comet 21/Borisov may be the most pristine we have ever encountered.

European MMIC project aims to improve space technology

A consortium project led by Germany’s Ferdinand-Braun-Institut and funded by the European Space Agency (ESA) is working to develop Ka-band gallium nitride (GaN) monolithic...

Bacteria could help ‘space farmers’ grow plants on Mars

A recent discovery aboard the International Space Station has demonstrated how researchers can use bacteria to help grow plants on Mars.

Space 2021 – the commercialisation of space

Paul Kostek, Advisory Systems Engineer at Base 2 Solutions, provides insight into the future commercialisation of space.

Best chance of studying rocky planet atmospheres outside our solar system

A newly discovered planet could be our best chance of studying rocky planet atmospheres to determine their habitability.

New images of space debris allow scientists to prevent space collisions

Scientists ihave developed a method of taking images of space debris, which could help space agencies prevent future collisions.

Novel observation method shows promise in imaging Earth-like planets

New technique for reducing light interference during telescope observations enables imaging of Earth-like planets in nearby solar systems.

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