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How to predict (and prevent) the next ASAT test

Introduction: Two years ago, Russia downed one of its satellites with a ballistic missile, creating a cloud of over 1,700 debris fragments. In response,...

DPR Korea: Military satellites, ‘serious risk’ to civil aviation and shipping

The recent launch of a reconnaissance satellite by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), presents a ‘serious risk’ to international civil aviation and shipping, the Security...

Infrared Satellite Camera for Monitoring Atmospheric Gravity Waves

Gravity wave dynamics and effects in the middle atmosphere remain a fascinating and complex subject, captivating researchers globally. Atmospheric gravity waves are oscillations caused...

Flood warnings for Africa advance with EU expertise

Satellites and on-the-ground sensors are helping Kenya, Ghana and Zambia tackle inundation risks and farmers cope with drought. By Anthony King Like most people, Mark Noort...

Preventing outer space from becoming a hazardous junkyard

As the number of objects launched into orbit grows, the EU is working to prevent debris from getting out of hand. By GARETH WILLMER An upsurge in...

Watching over water, Earth’s most precious resource

Satellites are helping Europe protect its lakes, lagoons and rivers. By HELEN MASSY-BERESFORD It is early morning on the Razelm-Sinoe lagoon in Romania when a small boat...

Satellite Imagery In Your Business

Space, in terms of business, has always been seen as the domain of large corporations and state space agencies with multi-billion dollar budgets. In...

In booming satellite market, micro-rockets are the next big thing

More and more miniature satellites are being launched every year, driving up demand for smaller rockets. By GARETH WILLMER Contemporary life would hardly be possible without satellites....

Anti-Satellite Weapons: Risks and Regulations

Today, outer space is characterised as an increasingly congested, contested, and competitive domain. This is because of an unprecedented increase in satellites and actors...

World Security Challenges: Space Debris as Multilateral Threat

International cooperation, discussion and agreements are needed to ensure safe, secure and peaceful outer space. At present, there are more than a thousand satellites...

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