Tereza is a London-based science and technology journalist, aspiring fiction writer and amateur gymnast. Originally from Prague, the Czech Republic, she spent the first seven years of her career working as a reporter, script-writer and presenter for various TV programmes of the Czech Public Service Television. She later took a career break to pursue further education and added a Master's in Science from the International Space University, France, to her Bachelor's in Journalism and Master's in Cultural Anthropology from Prague's Charles University. She worked as a reporter at the Engineering and Technology magazine, freelanced for a range of publications including Live Science, Space.com, Professional Engineering, Via Satellite and Space News and served as a maternity cover science editor at the European Space Agency.
Reference Starlink satellites have been developed by SpaceX to provide internet to remote locations. Here we explore the controversial megaconstellation in more detail.
One of the Milky Way’s brightest star clusters may have a medium-sized black hole at its heart, groundbreaking radio observations revealed.
Even though the Starlink constellation has grown by about 1,000 spacecraft in the last six months, its satellites made fewer avoidance maneuvers in that period than in the prior half year.
Researchers have just come a step closer to uncovering the secrets of an alien planet that may be the most likely of all known extrasolar worlds to host life.
The brightest fast radio burst ever observed flashed from a group of ancient galaxies, the Hubble Space Telescope has found, and astronomers are surprised.
British researchers have tested a prototype self-eating rocket that could launch tiny satellites cheaply and without leaving any debris behind.
Reference Perihelion is the point at which an orbiting body is closest to the sun. The word comes from Greek and literally means around (peri) the sun (helios).
2023 was another eventful year for our planet, delivering broken climate records, unprecedented weather disasters and worrisome studies.
Steve Wozniak's space sustainability start-up Privateer launched a prototype of its Pono space module to encourage users to share 'stuff' in space.
Western Europe's first vertical spaceport receives a launch license, paving the way for the continent's debut rocket flight next year.
The world's most accurate space-based thermometer has suffered a mission-critical anomaly only two months after the release of its first images.
Scientists are building a 'beyond state-of-the-art' digital model of near-Earth space to improve forecasting of solar storms and their effects on infrastructure.
Trying to avoid satellite collisions in orbit increases the risk of future collisions in the aftermath of each avoidance maneuver, researchers have round.
Weird effects of space junk collisions could help researchers detect dangerous, hard-to-see orbital clutter.
Tech giant Rolls-Royce unveiled a mockup lunar nuclear reactor at the U.K. Space Conference in Belfast last month.
For the first time since its discovery, scientists have found stars within the Magellanic Stream, a mighty river of hydrogen gas emanating from two small galaxies in the outskirts of the Milky Way.
The James Webb Space Telescope has found water and organic carbon molecules in the vicinity of a massive, active young star.
The world's first satellite capable of detecting industrial sources of carbon emissions from space has just reached orbit — and it promises to be a game-changer.
Scientists have detected the presence of air pollutants from burning space junk in the upper layers of Earth's atmosphere.
Blinking streetlights could protect astronomy from the damaging effects of light pollution.
The first images from a new Earth-observing satellite reveal in unprecedented detail how temperature changes on the planet's surface.
A U.K. startup is preparing to send a satellite to space that will manufacture new semiconductor materials that could be used in electronic devices on Earth.
A collision between two ancient icy moons that may have once orbited Saturn could have given rise to the planet's iconic ring system, a new study reveals.
Asteroid Bennu is the space rock with the highest known probability of hitting Earth in the next 200 years. NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission will help us protect ourselves.