Artist Trevor Paglen in collaboration with the Nevada Museum of Art, will launch “Orbital Reflector,” the first satellite to exist purely as an artistic gesture.
NASA on September 15, will launch a laser satellite to scan Earth’s ice sheets, in amazing accuracy.
Reusable rocket-aircraft that takes off from a runway, could launch satellites into orbit every 3 hours.
Point Nemo is the most remote location on Earth and NASA call it “spacecraft cemetery.”
Weather satellites, the ‘eyes in the sky,’ to better monitor and predict the weather, will also help us with the climate crisis. Watch the infographic
In this satellite image you can see the sunglint phenomenon on the Aegean and Mediterranean, in Greece.
Asgardia, “The Space Nation,” will launch later this year a small satellite.
GOES-16 new satellite captured this lightning imagery, from severe storms on April 28-29. Watch the video…
Almost 30,000 man-made objects, from tiny pieces of rockets to satellites, orbiting Earth.
No planet is better studied than the one we actually live on. NASA’s fleet of satellites are keeping an eye on our fragile planet.