Minimising the impact of space debris is crucial to preserve infrastructure that supports day-to-day activities and life on Earth and 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.
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?
A guest blog from Oxfordshire-based Astroscale, celebrating World Space Week with the theme of Space and Sustainability.