Space and Astronomy

India carried out a historic landing on the south-side of the lunar satellite.
Scientists previously "missed it because they hadn’t expected to find anything like it.”
Spoiler: Space isn't empty and time's not in a straight line.
It all stems from giant yet mysterious structures under Africa and the Pacific.
The signal is more than eight billion years old, having travelled across the universe to reach Earth.
The agency also revealed the first audio ever recorded on the surface of the Red Planet.
Coverage will start at 5pm UK time – and the launch is due to take place just after 9.30pm.
It’s the only exoplanet known so far to have both water and temperatures needed for life.