The world’s first astronaut with a disability, former UK Paralympian, John McFall, has arrived in Germany to begin feasibility studies at the European Astronaut Centre.
SES Space & Defense, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SES, today announced the availability of flexible, secure, and reliable satellite-powered network connectivity for AWS Modular Data Center.
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Two UK-based space companies, Oxford Space Systems (OSS) and Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL), have come together to build a knitted satellite that is compact and lightweight on launch, and when in orbit, it unfurls a 3-meter parabolic reflector, or to be more precise and technical, wrapped rib antenna mounted to a CarbSAR satellite.
A game-changer in renewable energy, solar is used extensively across the globe as a clean, sustainable and affordable source of energy. But it isn’t just on Earth that solar has significant uses.
Having successfully completed phase one of its Artemis program in December, NASA has recently announced its new crew intentions for Artemis II. The crew, consisting of Christina Koch, Reid Wiseman, Victor Glover, and Canadian Space Agency astronaut Jeremy Hansen, will embark on a 10-day flight test to ascertain and validate the conditions for a future moon landing and plans for humans to live and work in deep space.
The UK Space Agency has announced over £50 million for UK companies to develop communication and navigation services for missions to the Moon.
This image, which was recorded in high detail by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, is being stirred up by a flurry of dazzling white galaxies.
Planetary scientist Katarina Miljkovic is discussing how she uses “space rocks” to understand how planets form. She’s available for interview and is giving free public talks this week in North Sydney, Wollongong, and Canberra.
A Monash University student team is once again competing against the world’s best to build next-generation interplanetary rovers that could one day accompany human explorers to Mars.
Charles Darwin University (CDU) students are joining a team of NASA-funded scientists and astronomers to observe Pluto pass in front of a distant star in Katherine on June 1.