Satellites News

The next generation of advanced radar-based systems

Nordic Radar Solutions speaks to The Innovation Platform, about their commitment to producing the next-generation of advanced radar-based systems. Based in Egå, Denmark, Nordic Radar...

Five new innovative micropropulsion systems for nanosatellites

The Innovation Platform speaks to Dr David Carroll, President of Champaign-Urbana Aerospace, about the latest innovations in micropropulsion systems for nanosatellites. Founded in 1998, Champaign-Urbana...

Engineers build new space test chamber in the UK

A 16m long space test chamber has been installed at the National Satellite Test Facility, UK. This equipment will allow the UK to prepare...

The importance of co-operation between EU Member-States

The Innovation Platform speaks to Chief Executive of the European Defence Agency, about his time at EDA, the importance of co-operation between EU Member-States. After...

ESAs plans for the future of space and defence

ESA Director-General Jan Wörner speaks to TIP about space debris and ESAs plans for removal, as well as about Space19+ and the contentious issue...

23,000 space objects and counting

The Innovation Platform speaks to ESA Director of Operations Rolf Densing about deorbiting space debris to avoid overcrowding in space. In almost 60 years of...

Using award winning technology to innovate small satellites

Two German research teams are collaborating to develop small satellite innovation with the help of award winning technologies. The research teams of Professors Sergio Montenegro,...

SatRevolution on using technology to tackle overcrowding in space

In an interview with Innovation News Network, Tomasz Pozniak, Chief Development Officer at SatRevolution, discusses the effect the growing...

£2.05m investment into the UK’s only satellite launch site

Shetland Space Centre’s (SSC) plan to build and operate the UK’s only satellite launch site has gained £2.05m investment from Leonne International, an international...

34 satellites have successfully been launched into space

OneWeb has successfully launched 34 satellites into space, aboard a Soyuz launch vehicle from the historic Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan. The launched was on 6 February...

Promoting space exploration for all

Jim Plaxco: ‘It seems clear that students would benefit from the injection of more space-themed subject matter into school curriculums’. The Chicago Society for Space...

Astrophysics and the European Space Agency

Frank Salzgeber, Head of Innovation and Ventures Office at ESA, explains how technology is allowing us to see further. As Head of Innovation and Ventures...

Satellites

In terms of space research, space agencies place satellites in orbit in order to collect information.

Continuously moving around the Earth, satellites studying the Earth provide information about clouds, land and ice. satellites are also used in earth observation.

Here you can find all the latest research and discovery using satellites.