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Maggie Aderin-Pocock and Chris Lintott present a look back at some of the biggest stories in space science of 2016, and see how these discoveries have developed since making the headlines. Featuring a look at new evidence of a ninth planet in the solar system, the Juno probe's study of Jupiter, and scientists searching for evidence of other planets capable of sustaining human life.
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Full Episode Guide
Sky at Night's Chris Lintott on why a space probe the size of a washing machine is visiting Pluto
As the 750th edition of The Sky at Night zooms in on the dwarf planet, the presenter explains the mission of the New Horizons space probe
Auf Wiedersehen Pet, Kenneth Branagh and The Sky at Night - a look back at what we were watching
How the Rosetta space probe will land on a comet
One episode of Stargazing Live would pay for a whole year of The Sky at Night, reveals Brian May
100,000 people sign up for a one-way ticket to Mars
Who is the best celebrity Patrick?
Sir Patrick Moore's last Radio Times interview
Sir Patrick Moore dies aged 89
Patrick Moore: “I’m no European – the English are best”
EastEnders: Bobby Beale returns - as Max threatens his life!
Hollyoaks: group self-harm storyline launches for Lily, Peri and Yasmine
Strictly Come Dancing week 5 song and dance list: Will Alexandra Burke score a perfect 40 for her Foxtrot?