Taking advantage of a flaw in a popular satellite tracking technology, hackers could track and steal valuable cargo.
Intelsat, one of the largest satellite companies in the world, says SpaceX must make more information public before it tests internet satellites.
As the European Space Agency opens its first UK facility, it's looking for a "paradigm shift" in funding from private companies.
The acquisition is the third in a string of big announcements from UrtheCast this month, which is trying to establish itself as a key player in the growing earth imaging industry.
“The new technique takes a closer look at where mass ejections originate from on the sun.”
After a moment of radio silence, the Planetary Society’s test mission is back on track.
A new study was the first continental-scale mapping of agricultural changes over more than a decade.
NASA wants 60-mile-long tethers to fling spacecraft from low-Earth orbit into interplanetary space, without the need for propellant.
Crop patchworks are like a local fingerprint.
The space junk challenge.