Spacecraft designers and operators need to be proactive, a new organisation argues
NASA is keeping an eye on the highest mountain ranges in Asia, as climate change alters the local ecology – and not for the better
Meet the future technology that could harness power and energy from a star in the most unusual way
The next generation of satellites that will closely monitor Earth’s water movement are now accommodated in space
China’s first-ever space laboratory has been predicted to fall to Earth as early as this week, according to Chinese space agency officials
Why the Milky Way has so few satellite galaxies could be all down to the elusive dark matter, say European astronomers.
Discover the wonders of the universe in the latest issue of All About Space magazine – out now!
You can usually see them stuck in orbit, but sometimes they just need to come crashing down to Earth. We take a look at when satellites fall.
How many of the artificial satellites orbiting our planet can you see with the unaided eye?