‘Space Adaptation Syndrome’: The phenomenon of space sickness

During the earliest days of crewed spaceflight, many doctors harboured concerns about what effects zero-gravity would have on the human body. While many of these concerns did not and have not come to fruition, one particular problem continues to linger: 'Space Adaptation Syndrome'.

What to expect from Space-X Crew Dragon‘s return to Earth

At the end of May, Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken became the first NASA astronauts to be launched into orbit from American soil using an American rocket since the retirement of the Space Shuttle. On 2 August 2020 they will return to Earth - here's what you can expect from that process.

How accurate was Ron Howard’s Apollo 13?

This coming week marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Ron Howard's Apollo 13. Based on the book Lost Moon by astronaut Jim Lovell and author Jeffrey Kluger and starring Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon, Gary Sinise and Ed Harris, it tells the true story of what many consider to be NASA's finest hour: the saving of Apollo 13. But just how accurate is it?