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.
There's plenty of reasons to wrap up warm and spend some time under the stars this November.
Today marks 20 years of unbroken human presence on the International Space Station. Our head of Human Exploration, Libby Jackson, reflects on the incredible milestone.
17 students across the UK have begun their PhD training this month as part of a new Earth Observation Centre for Doctoral Training
The International Charter: Space and Major Disasters, better known as the Disaster Charter, was formed on 20 October 2000 by the European Space Agency (ESA), French Space Agency (CNES) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), with the UK joining in …
How one of our projects uses satellites to help solve disputes over water in northern Peru.
October’s night sky has plenty of exciting celestial objects for you to see, without the need for any equipment.
63 years ago, our world changed. Sputnik was launched.
Its launch date, 4 October, marks the start of this year's World Space Week, with the theme Satellites Improve Life.
Applications that use space data and services are one of the most exciting areas of the space ecosystem. There are so many innovative and disruptive examples that have launched and are in development, revolutionising the lives of users all across …
Between the 11th and 13th of August the Perseid meteor shower will take a shine to the sky. The meteor shower takes place annually and is one of the most looked forward to events in the astronomy calendar, requiring nothing …
Metalysis and The UK Space Agency have a limited number of places available for The In Situ Resource Utilisation (ISRU) Workshop on Friday 08 June, 2018.