Antarctica is losing ice at an increasingly rapid rate
This is fine. No, seriously, it’s really not fine.
NASA's planet-hunting TESS spacecraft snaps its first photo
The image covers 200,000 stars, which are but a tiny fraction of what all its cameras can see.
India loses contact with a recently launched satellite
Thankfully, officials are confident that they can save the GSAT-6A.
Brexit may exclude UK from the EU's GPS satellite program
Britain says it's "deeply disappointed" by the unsurprising news.
NASA's portable antennas help bring space data back to Earth
Spacecraft wouldn't have to wait to talk to giant ground stations.
NASA wants your pictures of clouds to verify its satellites’ data
You can take up to 10 per day and send them in through an app.
Vanguard I has spent six decades in orbit, more than any other craft
And it’s still providing valuable information.
The UK's spaceport ambitions inch closer to reality
The Space Industry Act lays the groundwork for a British launch venue.
FCC accuses startup of launching satellites without permission
It sees the tiny vehicles as potential hazards.