The Commerce Department has outlined the services it proposes to offer free of charge to satellite operators from the space traffic management system it is developing.
Lynk Global is close to completing a ground station in Hawaii as part of plans to connect its growing constellation of small satellites to standard smartphones this spring.
After recently investing in Spain’s largest reforestation project, Madrid-based operator Hispasat hopes to use a satellite SpaceX is launching next month to support other sustainability projects across Latin America.
The U.S. has sanctioned a Chinese small satellite manufacturer for allegedly supplying Russia's Wagner Group with radar satellite imagery of Ukraine to support its combat operations
U.S.-based launch services provider Spaceflight said Jan. 25 it has booked a dedicated launch in 2026 from Isar Aerospace, the German rocket developer aiming to perform the first test flight of its Spectrum vehicle this year.
While challenging economic conditions this year will hit some space companies harder than others, the industry as a whole is expected to remain robust as multiple headwinds rock the sector.
A startup has raised $2.5 million in seed funding to further development of a software system to make it easier for companies to operate satellite constellations.
Charter, one of six space companies that participated in the fall 2022 Techstars Aerospace and Defense Accelerator, has raised $1.2 million in venture funding from TechStars, 7percent Ventures, Topspot Ventures and other investors.
The U.K. announced 50 million British pounds ($62 million) in funding Jan. 23 for projects that could boost the country’s satellite communications industry.
For decades, Canada has taken part in space research, exploration and defense, and while the nation’s contributions are not always the flashiest, they are almost always mission-critical.
Lockheed Martin developed a satellite-based augmentation system that leverages the L1C signal that is interoperable with both GPS and Galileo
The Canadian government announced plans Jan. 20 to set up a regulatory framework to allow commercial launches from the country as part of an effort to expand Canada’s space industry.
The space insurance market made a profit for 2022 despite a devastating rocket failure at the end of the year. However, the shift toward constellations of satellites in LEO poses questions about the shape of the market in the years ahead.
Terran Orbital’s decision not to build a large satellite factory in Florida is only a minor setback for the state’s efforts to grow the space industry’s presence in the state and to expand beyond launch, according to one official.