Last week was Mars Week at Oxford Area School in the South Island. It was a great week running Mars Missions and learning all about Mars.
This short video will help you find the Blue Planetary Nebula, NGC 3918, which is near the Southern Cross.
The game changer for space is if the cost to get there can be reduced by a magnitude or two. This article looks at non-rocket powered ways to get to space, that might just work.
Kiwinauts to space is how we are going to try and inspire New Zealand to become a space faring nation and get a New Zealander into space – the first kiwinaut.
I’ve been arguing that the Zodiacal Band is humankind’s first useful calendar. Like any calendar, it predicts the future. So for instance, when the Sun is in Sagittarius we cannot see Sagittarius.
The launch schedule for January, hopefully this will be more successful than last month where a few launches were postponed until this month for various reasons.
Charles Polk, General Manager of The Martian Trust is telling MilkyWayKiwi what is The Martian Trust
With all the talk of going back to the moon, we thought it’d be good to recap on who is doing what in the coming years about returning to the Moon.
A great reason to look up at the night sky is that you might see a supernova like the the one that Albert Jones spotted in 1987.