In the coming months, NASA will launch the first Artemis mission from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. This milestone not only puts the United States on a path to return humans to the Moon for the first time since the Apollo Program, but also sets the stage for the next giant leap: exploration of Mars.
The small all-electric satellite system is suited to developing commercial and national operators requiring low-capacity volume or having limited bandwidth slots.
A new software from RUAG Space for its GNSS receivers makes it possible to determine the position of a satellite in orbit ten times more accurately.
In 2021 the enhanced Proton M launch system celebrates the 20th anniversary since the start of its operation. Since then, 100+ missions have been completed with the last 21 launches being successful (no issues reported by customers).
The SpaceNews editorial team produced four show dailies, a nightly email newsletter and all-day web coverage during the 36th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs the week of Aug. 23.
Nearly 1000 satellites were separated in orbit with separation systems from RUAG Space. The company is leading the commercial market in this area.
In an era where technology is advancing at an extraordinary rate, satellite operations in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) continue to experience rapid change like never before.
With the advent of private astronauts, commercial space traffic, and inventions such as the reusable Falcon rocket, the space industry is revolutionizing — one innovation at a time.
Reformulated terrestrial radio MIMO technology could empower SpaceX to singlehandedly bridge the global digital divide by decade’s end