The Near-Earth Asteroid Scout could have a sail made of metamaterials.
An expert discussion about a new military branch becomes a master class on why things need to change
The problem is affecting one of the satellite's main instruments.
A new system meant to track space junk may enable small satellites to thrive – and counter orbital space weapons.
It's the second trip to the 250-mile-high orbiting outpost for this capsule.
The RemoveDEBRIS satellite launched into space on Monday will test two methods for removing debris from orbit.
The one-time orbiting space lab is now confined to the bottom of the ocean.
Live updates: China's first space station has crashed back down to Earth.
Tiangong-1 is about to burn up in the atmosphere.
It could happen almost anywhere on the planet. Why can't we predict the path any better than that?
On-demand meteor showers for cities, companies, or the rich are going to be available starting in 2019.
The first Chinese space station is about to burn up in the atmosphere.
Tiangong-1 started falling in 2016, but now we've got a date for its destruction—give or take a few days.
Startup Swarm Communications was denied a satellite application by the FCC. They decided to launch anyway.
Tiangong-1 has been deorbiting for months, but the station will finally reenter Earth's atmosphere in a matter of weeks.
NOAA's GOES-S satellite will cover the Western U.S. and Pacific Ocean and provide high-resolution data to meteorologists.
When rockets can no longer hold oversize payloads, building in space might be the best way to go.
Using telescope observations, astronomers now know both Starman's location and level of motion sickness.
A launch this Saturday will put two test satellites into orbit.
A new funding proposal reveals the possible future of the ISS over the next decade.
Put your backyard telescope to use.