As more governments and individuals are becoming capable of reaching space, how does the United Nations continue to promote the peaceful use of outer space?
Will the recent friction over Ukraine destroy the constructive partnerships in space that have been developed over the last quarter of a century?
As rogue states continue to prioritise nuclear ballistic missile programmes, what protection can NATO provide?
The global economy is increasingly dependent on satellite infrastructure: protecting it is a matter of urgent national and international security
A meteor strike wiped out the dinosaurs – how can we prevent humankind suffering the same fate?
As relations between the US and Russia deteriorate over Crimea and Ukraine, does this spell the end for the two countries’ collaboration in space?
The Chelyabinsk meteorite in 2013 was a sharp reminder of the destructive capability of NEOs. The new Large Synoptic Survey Telescope will help provide an early warning
Satellite radar is helping geophysicists to better predict likely earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, by accurately measuring tiny movements in the Earth’s surface
Innovative ways of working were key to the successful delivery of Israel’s short-range rocket defence shield – a system many in the industry predicted was doomed to fail
Commercial companies bring innovation and disruption to space exploration and satcom technologies. Yet if satellites aren’t hardened against attack, the risks are too severe. Hackers from North Korea and Russia proved as much