The Science Museum will display the history of the Russian space programme
We look back at some of the magazine's best features over the past decade...
A massive Wolf-Rayet star is displaying unusual properties, giving astronomers new evidence that these super-huge stars can form binary interactions.
The WISE telescope has discovered the brightest galaxy ever found, shedding new light on the supermassive black holes commonly found at their centre.
Observations shed new light on the birth of Type Ia supernovae and their binary pairings
Massive star-forming region uncovers new information on the birth of stars
A magnetic neutron star in our Galaxy has been exhibiting unusual drops in X-ray brightness and an increased surface temperature.
NASA scientists have blasted table salt with radiation to see whether the dark, mysterious substance on Europa can be conclusively identified.
A halo surrounding the Andromeda galaxy is the closest to Earth ever discovered beyond the Milky Way.
Data sent from NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft is enabling scientists to piece together how Mercury's magnetic field evolved over time.
Data sent back from Cassini has suggested that eruptions on Enceladus could be an optical illusion caused by folds in the moon's surface.
A luminous galaxy has been discovered over 13 billion lightyears from Earth, revealing new information about the expansion of the early Universe.
High volcanic activity might be behind wild temperature variation
Telescopic camera captures Pluto's surface, including a possible polar cap
High-energy X-rays at the centre of the Milky Way stump NASA astronomers.
A planetary system has been found orbiting a star 54 lightyears away
Chemical reactions in the early molecular clouds could have caused water formation even in the oxygen-lacking environment.
New link found between supernovas that produce gamma rays and those that do not.
Thick disk galaxies contain young as well as old stars according to a new report, potentially ending a long-running astronomical anomaly.
Compact ellipticals found isolated from larger galaxy clusters