Pip Moss, Content Manager for Antenna, explains one of the latest developments in space exploration, the LightSail.
NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden told hundreds of young visitors about upcoming missions, deploying the Hubble Space Telescope and the emotion of his final space mission as part of a Royal Society event for schools.
Dr Buzz Aldrin discussed Apollo, ‘space selfies’ and how to colonise Mars in a recent Science Museum event.
To celebrate Tim Peake’s Principia mission, Tim and other famous faces shared their #SpaceMemory with us.
On 20 July 1969, Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong made their historic Apollo 11 moonwalk, becoming the first two humans to set foot on another world. Yesterday Buzz visited the Science Museum’s Cosmonauts exhibition, which opens to the public on the 18 September and has at its heart the 3.5 ton Lunniy Korabl (“lunar ship”) – or LK-3. The single cosmonaut moon lander was built by the USSR in the same year that Apollo 11 took Buzz into the history books and was moved to […]