As the ERS-2 climate mission starts its burn up in the Earth’s atmosphere, our Space Exploration Special Adviser Sue Horne talks about how the mission has spanned her career in space.
The UK is pioneering a path to make satellite operations in Earth orbit sustainable in order to help mitigate damage from orbiting space debris.
The UK-built European Space Agency wind-observer Aeolus spacecraft returns to Earth.
Imperial College London's Professor Helen Brindley explains how the ESA FORUM mission, contracted to Airbus, will improve the accuracy of climate change forecasts and help scientists see the Earth through new eyes.
Last week (8-13 May) the UK Space Agency sponsored the Space Propulsion Conference 2022 in Estoril, Portugal.
It's not every day I attend a workshop where satellites, bananas, livestock, and ethics are central to the conversation.
Monitoring cocoa plants in Ghana from space Globally, the majority of tropical deforestation is still linked to commodity farming and production. The expanded production of agricultural commodities such as beef, soy, cocoa, palm oil and paper/pulp are the major drivers …
D-MOSS uses satellite data to predict dengue outbreaks up to six months in advance.
Every sector, from planes to trains to automobiles, is governed by an evolving set of laws and regulations within which it can grow safely, create commercial opportunities for investors and deliver better public services while keeping the environment safe as …
The UK has been a pioneer in space technology for over 50 years.