Small Satellite Conference
SpaceNews is pleased to bring you comprehensive coverage of the 36th Small Satellite Conference, presented by NanoAvionics, Aug. 7-11.
Spaceflight safety startup Kayhan Space is broadening its product line to address collision threats for launch vehicles and satellites with or without propulsion.
An inquiry into updating rules around space debris and emerging on-orbit services seeks to position the U.S. as a leader in an emerging space economy.
Spaceflight shipped its Sherpa-LTC2 orbital transfer vehicle Aug. 10 to Cape Canaveral in Florida, where it will make a second attempt to debut the chemically powered space tug on a SpaceX launch.
The SpaceNews editorial team is producing a daily for the 2022 Small Satellite show, a nightly email newsletter and all-day web coverage during the 2022 Small Satellite show in Logan, Utah the week of August 9.
Chris Biddy, CEO of small satellite maker and service provider Astro Digital, discusses the state on the rapidly changing industry in an interview with SpaceNews.
Orbital Insight announced plans Aug. 9 to work with Israeli startup Asterra to jointly provide remote sensing analytics to water utilities, infrastructure organizations and other industries.
SpaceX has lost its bid for nearly $900 million in rural broadband subsidies for its Starlink service.
A new solar activity cycle that may be stronger than forecast poses challenges for smallsat operators keeping their spacecraft in orbit and functioning.
A NASA cubesat was removed from a recent rideshare launch opportunity on a U.S. Space Force mission because the spacecraft could not meet guidelines for deorbiting at the end of its life.
The Space Dynamics Laboratory has completed the first of a constellation of cubesats for NASA that will act as a giant radio telescope in space to study space weather.
TriSept Corp. has integrated two experimental payloads built by university students on a RocketStar suborbital test flight scheduled to launch next month.
Capella Space intends to offer improved image resolution and quality with a new generation of synthetic aperture radar satellites, called Acadia, scheduled to launch in early 2023.
Blue Canyon Technologies won its largest constellation order to date, a contract with weather technology company Tomorrow.io.