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Mars 2020: Rovers Leading the Way for Humans

November 18, 2019

In July of 2020, NASA will place an unnamed rover (currently known as Mars 2020) on top an Atlas V rocket in Cape Canaveral, Florida. This car sized rover will be blasted off Earth and shot...Read More

Saturn: King of Moons

October 15, 2019

Jupiter has recently been stripped of its title of having the most known moons at a count of 79, when astronomers discovered 20 new moons orbiting the planet Saturn. This brings Saturn’s known...Read More

Astronomy Blog

Reaching Beyond the Edge of Our Solar System

March 11, 2019

In the early hours of January 1st 2019, as people all around the world were celebrating the new year, a small spacecraft named New Horizons was making history at the edge of our Solar System. It...Read More

Top 10 Astronomical Events of 2018

December 19, 2018

It’s never easy selecting the year’s top 10 events in the world of astronomy but we’ve done our best! Read on for a selection of some of our favourite events of 2018. 1. Super Blue Blood...Read More

NASA Mars Announcement Curiosity Rover

NASA Announces Its Recent Discovery on Mars

June 8, 2018

In a ground-breaking announcement from NASA,  the Martian rover, Curiosity, has discovered organic molecules on the surface of Mars. The Curiosity Rover was launched in 2011 and has spent the...Read More

JunoCam at Jupiter

A Mission for the Public, By the Public

February 2, 2018

As you are reading this, there is currently a small spacecraft out in space called Juno. Juno is orbiting the largest planet in our Solar System, Jupiter. A fitting name, considering Juno is...Read More