SPACE-FRIDAY goes beyond the world we know to a universe full of miracles and a million possibilities. In 8 to 12 minutes episodes we will bring you to the edge of the known universe. Find more details in our Wiki or on the Season Overview pages.



In the first Season of SPACE-FRIDAY we take a look to all 8 planets of our solar system, how European Projects affect the future of space travel and what are the results of Europe's most important Mission to a Comet. Then we travel to the outer edge of our solar system and entering the Kuiper belt.


In the second Season of SPACE-FRIDAY we continue our journey through the Kuiper belt, moving to asteriods and investigating exo-planets. Don't miss the 4 new episodes.


Coming later in 2022


SPACE-FRIDAY: Deep Dive is a planetarium-like show that will take you to the deep space for 5 minutes with only music: Now relax, sit back and have a short break from your daily efforts.


Modern technology opens up new ways how we can photograph the night sky. We have done a first step into this area and continue to count on the technology of the iPhone and this is how the iPhone Xs with the NightSky and NightCap app makes astrophotography. We are happy to present you this first pictures and hope to develop and increase the quality of our astrophotography together with you.


Speaker: Bianca Arndt

Showrunners / Executive Producers:



SPACE-FRIDAY letter graphic design Picture credits:

Photo 1: eso1016c.tif by ESO - Credit: ESO/L. Calçada
Photo 2: eso1629a.tif by ESO - Credit: ESO/M. Kornmesser
Photo 3: eso1907a.tif by ESO - Credit: EHT Collaboration
Photo 4: opo1701a.tif by ESA / Hubble - Credit: NASA, ESA, and G. Bacon (STScI)
Photo 5: potw2005a.tif by ESO - Credit: ESO/Zdenek Bardon
Photo 6: solar_system_b.tif by ESA / Hubble - Credit: The International Astronomical Union/Martin Kornmesser
Photo 7: opo0529n.tif by ESA/Hubble - Credit: NASA, ESA, and J. Garvin (NASA/GSFC)
Photo 8: heic2013a.tif by ESA/Hubble - Credit: ESA/Hubble, M. Kornmesser
All Photos licensed under: CC BY 4.0

Video and Photo materials (Creative Commons and Public Domain only):

Since Season 1:
ESA (European Space Agency)
DLR (German Aerospace Center)
ESO (European Southern Observatory)

Since Season 2:
JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)

From Season 1 to Season 2:
NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

coming soon:
CNSA (China National Space Administration)