Sustainability initiative drives project from UK company to develop technology to enable recovery systems that would prevent rocket launch debris from ending up in the oceans
Critical elements of a new instrument attached to the International Space Station (ISS) this summer to examine the chemical composition of atmospheric mineral dust is powered by hardware from high-performance electronics company Alpha Data.
Global technology-forward solutions company, Jacobs, will assume the role of prime construction contractor on behalf of Orbex for a new vertical launch spaceport in Sutherland, Scotland.
The need to safeguard the space environment for the benefit of everyone on Earth has never been more pressing and the UK is pioneering development of two missions to remove space debris, which is one of the biggest challenges currently facing the global space sector.
Rodent embryos to be fertilised in artificial gravity on space mission followed by pregnancy and birth in a laboratory back on Earth in pioneering 2023 space research mission
Space Tech Expo Europe has established itself as the prominent supply-chain meeting place for the space industry. This year’s event in Bremen, Germany, is set to be the largest to date and will welcome more exhibiting companies than any other space event globally in 2022.
Scottish space sector roadmap sets out the steps needed to achieve the long-term goals of Scottish space missions, which include being space debris neutral and zero emissions created from on-the-ground activities.
NASA’s giant SLS rocket was poised to make a second attempt to fly today (Saturday) after the US space agency declared it had identified and fixed an engine issue that caused the postponement of the original launch attempt five days earlier.
Thousands of people who had descended on areas around Kennedy Space Center to witness the histroic launch were left disappointed today after NASA took the decision to postpone the launch of its Artemis 1 mission to the Moon.
Spectators flood to Florida's Space Coast this morning to witness the launch of NASA's giant new rocket on a spectacular test mission to the Moon.