From the development of the Alberta oil sands to the desertion of Chernobyl, our satellites have been watching.
As of Friday morning, 185,000 people already applied to be Asgardians.
SolarCoin has a bold plan to foil would-be thieves.
This is what happens when something a few millimetres in size smashes into a satellite at a velocity over 40,000 km/h.
A proposed satellite network will keep an eye on the Arctic.
The NROL-37 ‘Mentor’ eavesdropping satellite has been located near Malaysia.
Canada's BRITE mission is studying the brightest stars in the sky.
Data scientists want the images to capture the spread of the fire since its inception.
Chinese scientists report embryos developing from two-cell to blastocyst stage while onboard satellite SJ-10.
Arizona State University’s “SunCubes” are under 100g, making a launch affordable even for hobbyists.