Astroscale just scored up to $80 million from the Japanese government to develop a demonstration mission that will study a large, dead satellite in orbit.
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.
The Giant Magellan Telescope project just cast its seventh and final primary mirror segment, a huge milestone that keeps the scope on target to begin operations in the late 2020s.
Lockheed Martin's new satellite operations facility will let a single operator control entire constellations of satellites from the cloud.
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It’s hard to keep a spacecraft cool, but ongoing research on the International Space Station might yield a solution.
The Chinese launch company Galactic Energy suffered its first failure on Thursday (Sept. 21), resulting in the loss of a remote-sensing satellite.
The U.S. Department of Defense wants fresh ideas on how to maintain military superiority in space.
NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter soared higher than ever before over the weekend, getting 66 feet (20 meters) above the ground on its 59th Red Planet flight.
German company Polaris Spaceplanes completed the flight campaign for its MIRA-Light prototype vehicle, and now plans to use that data on a scaled-up version with a linear aerospike engine.
NASA is exploring the capabilities of several next-gen humanoid robots that it hopes will one day assist astronauts in orbit and mine the moon for minerals.
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DARPA has chosen Boeing to develop a prototype and conduct flight testing of its upcoming Glide Breaker hypersonic interceptor.
New electronic devices designed to power antennas of the world's largest radio telescope are so quiet that they'll cause less disturbance than a mobile phone on the moon.
The builders of star trackers need to test their tools before launching them aboard satellites. And that's where star simulators come in handy.
A suspected test launch of a new hypersonic missile system from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station was cancelled on Wednesday (Sept. 6).
The United States Space and Air Forces launched an unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile 4,200 miles (6,760 km) on Sept. 6 from Vandenberg Space Force in California.
NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter flew for the 57th time on Sept. 3, a sortie that pushed the robot's total Red Planet air time over 100 minutes.
Tiny devices on satellites could soon track small pieces of space debris that are invisible to existing space junk monitoring systems but capable of destroying spacecraft if they collide with it.
This startup wants to take methane leak detection from space to the next level with the help of AI.