Earth observation data and information are the basis for addressing a multitude of environmental issues.
As mankind challenges Earth’s environmental boundaries and increases its dependence on sophisticated electronics, the Sun’s impact on Earth becomes more critical and demands closer investigation
Escalating amounts of space debris pose a lethal hazard to humans and machines in space. The Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base is tasked with tracking these objects and ensuring safety
The Rosetta mission to comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko is giving us unprecedented insight into the makeup and history of a comet and, in so doing, may unlock the secret of life in the solar system
Could the red planet one day be transformed into a world able to support human habitation?
Can the space industry, borne out of 20th-century military rocket technology, transform itself into a sustainable, non-polluting exemplar of the 21st-century green economy?
A historic collaboration between the space and energy sectors could lead to new products and services to help deliver sustainable power across our planet
Rosetta has re-ignited the global fascination with space. The excitement that surrounded the first human spaceflight helped spark the career of Svetlana Gerasimenko, one of the joint discoverers of Rosetta’s target comet
Over 90 percent of global trade is carried by sea. Satellite data now helps make shipping safer for oceans - and helps authorities catch rules violators
Space sustainability is a business problem - but also a business opportunity. The threat of space debris forces mission planning to innovate