Space is deep - and so are UK collections. Explore them here with news, events, reviews and more uncovering everything from space science to the planetariums where you can venture into the farthest reaches of the universe.
Take a look at some of the best shots from this year's awards at the Royal Observatory, including the overall winner - a vivid green aurora dancing across the Icelandic night sky.
Could new developments in archaeoastronomy prove theories that Neolithic and Bronze Age people were acute astronomical observers?
Coffey architects have a radical plan to create an oasis of calm and quiet study for the new Science Museum Research Centre, which is due to open in London in 2015.
The Northern Irish venue's first event for Museums at Night features a cinema, balloons and a robotic dinosaur made out of foam. We find out more.
From robotic creatures and real butterflies to the sounds of space and the experience of being in Antartica, here are seven exhibitions and festivals to enjoy.
What's it like to be a bird or a baby panda? You could find out if you follow our top ten from this year's packed Manchester Science Festival.
A shard of the moon has begun a journey which will see it orbit Earth 30 times as part of the largest survey to date of artist Katie Paterson's cosmos-inspired career.
A one-off event based around classic film The Day the Earth Caught Fire and a stargazing night in Regent's Park are among the highlights of an astronomical mini-festival.
The British Science Festival takes place this month, but it's not all about six days in Newcastle. Ice wells and circles of fire also play their part in our picks for the month.
New research by archaeologists has found that a set of meteorites, originally thought to have been made from iron ore, were hammered from meteorites thousands of years ago.
The annual after-hours event at the Natural History Museum returns with all sorts of fun and enlightenment - including exchanges with scientists in private booths, maggot racing and chats with......
Known for her intergalactic interventions, Katie Paterson - a star of the gallery's current Curiosity exhibition - will be describing her magic in Kent later this month.