The Year in Space: From the makers of the number-one space podcast, in conjunction with the Royal Astronomical Society
Is it possible for humans to live on other planets?
What will happen on the next mission to the Moon?
And was there really once life on Mars?
Brought to you by the infectiously enthusiastic team behind The Supermassive Podcast from the Royal Astronomical Society, The Year in Space highlights the most exciting space news from the past twelve months and looks forward to the year ahead.
Packed with features, interviews, in-depth explainers and stunning photography, it covers everything from the extraordinary new images from the James Webb telescope to the search for extraterrestrial life. You'll also find practical tips on what to look out for in the night sky in 2023.
Fun, engaging and accessible, this is essential reading for every space enthusiast.
About the Author
Dr Becky Smethurst is an astrophysicist at the University of Oxford and star of the astronomy-themed YouTube channel, 'Dr Becky', which has 394,000 subscribers and 24 million total views.
Her co-host on the Supermassive Podcast, Izzie Clarke, has a Masters degree in Physics and is an experienced science journalist and podcast producer.
Richard Hollingham is an award-winning space journalist and broadcaster, writer for BBC Future and commentator for the European Space Agency.
Dr Robert Massey is deputy executive director of the Royal Astronomy Society.
And BBC radio presenter, producer and podcaster, Sue Nelson, is the award-winning author of Wally Funk's Race for Space.