The UK-built European Space Agency wind-observer Aeolus spacecraft returns to Earth.
Space surveillance and tracking
The UK Space Agency Space Surveillance and Tracking team is collaborating with the British Antarctic Survey on a study exploring the feasibility of building and operating a satellite tracking sensor in the British Antarctic Territory.
Ensuring the safe and sustainable use of space is a priority for the UK Space Agency as part of the National Space Strategy. But how do we achieve this?
Edward Baker reflects on the 4th Summit for Space Sustainability and how ambitious UK plans will benefit space users around the world.
On Friday 4 February 2022, a geomagnetic storm impacted recently launched Starlink satellites.
How the UK Space Agency responded to the fragmentation of COSMOS1408 on 15 November 2021.
The growth in space debris and news of near-miss collisions in low Earth orbit are grabbing the headlines. Perhaps it is time to look Earthward for inspiration.
On Tuesday 4 May, the UK's Space Operations Centre (UKSpOC) based at High Wycombe started monitoring the re-entry of an object into the Earth's atmosphere.