Use BBC Learning's guides and downloads to get hands-on with the Universe!
Tim Peake's autobiographical timeline from cadet to spaceman
A history of success, missed chances and vital contributions
Tim Peake sets the challenges to see if you have the right stuff
Prof Chris Lintott questions the 'water from comets' theory
Use our interactive guide to find your astronomical star sign
Maggie Aderin-Pocock asks if it matters that the Moon is moving away from us
Lucie green explains why we don't see eclipses so often
You helped create one of the best wide field space photos ever
Refractors, reflectors and radio telescopes - find out how they let us see so far
Most experts accept it happened, but what's the evidence?
It's a rocky planet with ice caps and seasons, so why does Mars seem so lifeless?
Interactive guide to taking photos with cameras, telescopes and webcams
This beautiful short explains how stars shine, why we're all star stuff, and more
In the search for alien life, why is the Red Planet still our greatest obsession?
Practical advice and inspirational activities for event organisers (PDF 3.2MB)
Fun and interesting ways to host a star party for family and friends of all ages
If you're buying a telescope for the first time then read this (PDF 0.6MB)
Sun and eclipse facts plus a step-by-step guide to make your own solar viewer (PDF 0.9MB)
Read about then download this NASA poster for a spectacular view of our Sun
Step-by-step guide to building your own refractor telescope (PDF 0.3MB)
The life of the Universe from the Big Bang to the distant future (PDF 0.9MB)