ISRO’s SSLV-D2 successfully launched: Why this new rocket is significant
Months after hitting partial failure in its maiden launch, the second developmental flight of the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV-D2) successfully placed three satellites into the intended 450-km circular orbit around the Earth today
Iran prepares for satellite launch in coming months
In early November, Iranian state television announced the successful suborbital launch of the satellite launcher named Ghaem-100
China working on space-based solar panels, plans to replace ground-based solar panels
A group of Chinese engineers and scientists are working on launching an array of satellites in space, that will relay solar energy to the Earth and generate electricity. Countries like the US and the UK are also working on something similar.
India, US sign MoU on Space Situational Awareness at 2+2 ministerial meeting
The Space Situational Awareness Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aims to protect the satellites of the two countries
From allowing private players, to regulating satellite use, why India needs a space law
Union Minister Jitendra Singh during the Monsoon Session this year said the Space Activities Bill is under active consideration of the government
Tunisia launches its first satellite Challenge-1 aboard Russian Soyuz rocket
This makes Tunisia the sixth African country to manufacture its own satellite and see it reach space.
SpaceX tops ISRO's record, launches 143 satellites in first dedicated rideshare for SmallSats
Most of the payloads in the Falcon 9 were miniscule, with the average size being a bit larger than a coffee mug.
OneWeb launches 36 satellites with an aim to offer high-speed internet in India by mid-2022
OneWeb launched the 36 satellites from a Soyuz launch vehicle, which began from the Vostochny Cosmodrome, in Russia.
SpaceX once again postpones the launch of its 60 Starlink satellites; now scheduled for 3 September
The Starlink satellites will provide broadband internet system that will work with transceivers stationed on the ground.
ISRO is formulating space law and a space activities Bill, it is in its final stages say K Sivan
The GOT announced that private sector will be allowed to carry out space activities like building rockets, satellites and providing launch services.
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket successfully launches new GPS satellite for US Space Force
The GPS satellite launched on this flight has better capabilities and security and has the potential to impact four billion users around the world.
ISRO to replace 10 or more communications satellites in India's ageing fleet in years to come: Report
The overhaul will bring high-performance satellites for mobile network, high-speed internet and TV broadcasts to remote areas.
ISRO completes three orbit-raising manoeuvres of its telecommunication satellite GSAT-30
ISRO had succeeded in placing the satellite in an orbit close to its operational orbit.
Space and Astronomy in 2019: Unforgettable findings and events in space exploration, the universe
We saw the first black hole photo, many moon landings, the most distant asteroid ever imaged beyond Pluto among other spectacular wonders.
Israeli defence firm Elbit Systems launches communication satellite, Nanova, into space
The satellite, the size of a juice carton, provides a direct satellite link for data, voice, text messaging.
Swiss startup ClearSpace signs contract with ESA to make space debris-free
The mission, ClearSpace-1, is to find and capture Vespa’s upper stage left in orbit after Vega's launch in 2013.
Looking for a launch service to send your cubesat or small satellite to orbit? Here's an overview of your options
Demand-and-supply has led to a burgeoning market for launch service providers who can streamline the entire process of launching cubesats and small satellites.
China's new high-res satellite can provide best stereo imagery in the East, says CCTV
Gaofen satellites are helping China build an all-weather, 24x7, global remote sensing system by 2020 that can monitor ground, sky, and the oceans.
Space is a major legal void, international law needs an update since it was last written
So far, only France has stipulated in its own laws that any satellite in low orbit must be removed from orbit in 25 years.
Space may soon become a war zone and here's how that would work out for everyone
France announced it will build “bodyguard” satellites armed with machine guns or lasers after the US announced a space force.