Lost in space? TIM ROBINSON reviews the new visually stunning science fiction film, ‘Gravity’ centred on astronauts adrift in orbit that raises the growing menace of space debris.
The growing issue of space debris now threatens future satellites and spacecraft. An examination of recent international progress in addressing this challenge.
An interview with British ESA Astronaut Major Tim Peake on training for outer space, what it takes to be an astronaut and NASA/ESA cooperation.
Space in 2013 – an overview of government and scientific spaceflight highlights to look out for this year.
A video interview with SpaceX space entrepeneur and rocket builder, Elon Musk, on his Dragon capsule, rocket plans and retiring on Mars.
A report on the recent RAeS Third European Space Tourism conference.
For the first time ever, London will see a reusable twice-flown Russian spacecraft put on public display as part of a milestone Royal Aeronautical Society conference on space tourism in June.
After years sitting on the sidelines of human spaceflight activities, Britain is now aiming to reach for the stars with a new national space biomedicine strategy. A report of how the UK is aspiring to leverage Zero-G medicine for space and terrestrial benefits.
Exclusive video interview with British-born astronaut Dr Piers Sellers OBE on the imminent retirement of the Space Shuttle, space tourism, a manned Mars mission and NASA’s future focus.
In this controversial opinion piece, guest blogger David Ashford argues strongly that spaceplanes, not rockets should be the way forward for low-cost orbital space access and if the will and resources were found, could be in service sooner than we think.
This December will see a top-level meeting on the future of European aerospace. With extreme pressure on Government budgets can Europe maintain its position on the global aerospace stage?
Exclusive video interview with Dr David Williams, head of the UK Space Agency, who speaks about high-level space policy and Britain’s new ambitions in spaceflight.