Here you can read the latest Space Scoop, our astronomy news service for children aged 8 and above. The idea behind Space Scoop is to change the way science is often perceived by young children, as outdated and dull subjects. By sharing exciting new astronomical discoveries with them, we inspire children to develop an interest in science and technology. Space Scoop makes a wonderful tool that can be used in the classroom to teach and discuss the latest astronomy news.
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‘J’ Marks the Spot for Rosetta’s Lander
17 September 2014:
Cosmic Map Makers Pack In More Than 200 Million Stars!
16 September 2014:
The Universe's Lost Lithium
11 September 2014:
Cosmic Forecast: Dark Clouds Will Give Way to Sunshine
3 September 2014:
Giant Cosmic Magnifying Glass Finds Baby Stars
27 August 2014:
The Big Bad Wolves That'll Blow You Away!
20 August 2014:
Are We Living in an Island Universe?
6 August 2014:
Rosetta Makes Friends with a Comet
6 August 2014:
Slanted Solar Systems Surprise Scientists
30 July 2014:
How Long Do Stars Last?
23 July 2014:
X-ray Vision Reveals the Insides of Stars
22 July 2014:
Astronomers Clear Up a Dusty Mystery
9 July 2014:
Cosmic Cloud Seen From Highest and Driest Place on Earth
3 July 2014:
When It Rains, It Pours…on the Sun
30 June 2014:
Jupiter's Largest Moons Won't be Overshadowed...Even by an Eclipse!
25 June 2014:
Relics of the Early Universe are Dustier Than Expected
11 June 2014:
A Journey to the Edge of the Universe
5 June 2014:
X-rays Uncover Black Holes Dancing With Normal Stars
3 June 2014:
Fresh Look at a Young Star Cluster
21 May 2014:
Cosmic Magnet Mystery Solved?
14 May 2014:
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