As Perseverance finally launches, SpaceX completes it's final test flight for Crew Dragon and a globular cluster of stars
It's time to change things up here at Trekzone. Find out why in this special edition.
Accompanied by two giant gas planets, a very young Sun-like star has been photographed by the European Southern Observatories
Once thought dormant, our other nearest planet - the one that's not Mars - has astronomers speculating that there
Once thought dormant, astronomers are now theorising that there's been volcanic activity on Venus in the past two million
It's time to wrap up Aussie Space Month here on Trekzone, with a clip show... Earlier in the year, Dr
We're live for another edition of Talkin' Science uncut. This week, we've brought you info on the latest images
The Australian Academy of Science has released a review of Australia's astronomical community and infrastructure at the half way
The Emirates Mars Mission - or Hope - has successfully lifted off from Earth bound for the red planet.
The Solar Orbiter Spacecraft has captured what appear to be campfires littering the solar surface in the latest images
As the Solar Orbiter spacecraft beams back the most detailed images of the Sun, the Emirates Mars mission lifts
Gilmour Space on the Gold Coast is another pioneer of the Aussie space industry and they're powering ahead with
From electrical engineering, visual effects at ILM and Sulu on Star Trek: Continues. The man, the mythbuster, the legend
China's big week, NASA's directives for managing space contamination and an amateur astronomer's delight as planetary opposition takes shape
The night time sky is turning on a treat for amateur astronomers with Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn
It's a real concern in both directions of travel as we set our minds to further missions to Mars
© MMXX Spiral Media.
TREKZONE.org is not endorsed, sponsored or affiliated with CBS Studios Inc. or the STAR TREK franchise.
The STAR TREK trademarks and logos are owned by CBS Studios Inc.