The new series "Mars" looks cool. You can see the first episode online on their site for free. From some countries at least.
BBC The Sky at Night - Life on Mars
The team investigates the ongoing hunt for life on Mars. It is one of the great scientific questions of our time, but are we any closer to finding an answer?
I think we need to be looking inside the sinkholes and caves of Mars.
The Real First Words Spoken On The Moon - And What They Meant - Scott Manley
Get it while it's hot: NASA's Space Poo contest winners wipe up $30k - theregister.co.uk
Opinion - Space nappies, hardly the sci-fi future we all were promised. Where is science pushing the limits here, like for example trying to create a 'Stillsuit' ('Dune' - desert survival suit). Really making use of the sweat and urine and other waste we produce whilst zipped up inside a space suit. Maybe later in the century perhaps.
Came across this good diagram which communicates the scale....so tiny!
Edit: OOoohhh shiny 360 view
Water Jets on Enceladus & Europa - Scott Manley talks about
UK only playback
China successfully launches its first robot space truck - theregister.co.uk
Tianzhou-1 will now refuel the Tiangong-2 orbital lab as China prepares a proper space station
Some cool imagery coming from the recent stages of the Cassini mission.
Not long to go now until we start getting the ring transits
And the closest ever images of Saturn, unprocessed.
A good overview of the Cassini mission. Amazing how accurately they could nail an orbital insertion between the rings from a gravity assist by Titan.
If you can watch UK BBC Iplayer
BBC Horizon 2017 - Space Volcanoes
Wish I could afford to get this printed on metal. Gas giants, they're so hot right now.
Also someone animated this and now I am legit scared of jupiter now.
And what's the scientific consensus now on these new images.
That Jupiter is a complex beast