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Bring astronomy to life in the classroom with these engaging resources from BBC Learning, including an exclusive lesson with Professor Brian Cox.
Astronaut is the dream job for many children, but what do you need to do to be one, and what exactly do they get up to? UK astronaut Tim Peake reveals all.
Some people find reading and writing more of a challenge than others. Dr Maggie Aderin Pocock tells us how she overcame her difficulties and discovered a passion for science.
Here at Stargazing we're keen to encourage people to look up at the stars, and as Public Astronomer at Greenwich Royal Observatory that's Marek Kukula's job too.
Every week more exoplanets - planets that orbit distant stars - are discovered, and some could be capable of supporting life. Lewis hopes to find out what it might be like.
We talk to Ben Boyes, at satellite maker Astrium, who's working on the ExoMars 2018 Rover project which will one day make its way across the surface of Mars!
Prof Brian Cox presents a lesson about the Universe and answers pupils' questions.
Listen to music inspired by the 'sounds' of planets, pulsars, and even matter falling into a black hole.
How big is space? Helen Czerski helps a group of children see the scale of the Solar System using some unusual ingredients.
Jem Stansfield sends a group of children rotating around to figure out the orbits of our planet, our star and our nearest neighbour, the Moon.
Helen Czerski helps one boy find out the about the phases of the Moon, and how you can recreate them at home or in the classroom.
Why do we have seasons? Helen Czerski and two curious children investigate, with the help of a torch and a globe.
Three, two, one... blastoff! Jem Stansfield helps a group of children fire their own rockets to learn about space flight.
What is a telescope? Jem Stansfield helps a group of children make their own and use it to look to the skies.
Where does the Moon go during the day? How come it changes shape? Why does it cause tides? Experts help the children use telescopes and answer questions.
Two children travel to one of the darkest places in Britain to find out about the stars, planets and constellations in our galaxy.
We've heard of the man on the Moon, but how did he get there? Two children meet five-time shuttle astronaut Jeff Hoffman.
Where are they, what do they look like, and what causes them? The children embark on an adventure of a lifetime in Finnish Lapland.