2022 brings a host of exciting astronomical events and the long winter nights provide an excellent chance to spend some time under the stars.
December brings the shortest day and longest night of the year – and with more than 16 hours of darkness, it’s the perfect time for some stargazing!
How the UK Space Agency responded to the fragmentation of COSMOS1408 on 15 November 2021.
At Canada House in London last week, UK and Canadian space delegations came together to celebrate the collaboration between our two space sectors.
The night-time temperatures have dropped noticeably in recent days, but don’t let that deter you from venturing out to look at the stars!
Having passed the equinox last month, there is now more night-time than daylight, perfect for a night of stargazing!
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.
NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter has performed amazingly well on Mars, successfully completing its eleventh flight last month, scouting out the terrain that the Perseverance Rover will traverse across Jezero crater. The rover, which touched down on Mars in February, is preparing …
The arrangement secures the Icelandic Government’s support for UK launch activities.