Space Technology News

Eutelsat Quantum reprogrammable satellite successfully launched by ESA

The European Space Agency has successfully launched the Eutelsat Quantum satellite, a significant advancement in satellite communications.

InSight Mission: revealing the internal structure of Mars

Using data gathered from earthquakes detected on Mars, NASA’s InSight Mission team have been able to unravel the internal structure of Mars.

Self-healing materials to be tested on the International Space Station

Innovative self-healing materials have been developed for testing on the International Space Station by researchers at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

SuperBIT telescope: Astronomical results for a down to Earth price

Researchers have developed an innovative balloon-borne telescope called SuperBIT that rivals the performance of the Hubble Space Telescope.

Event Horizon Telescope reveals unprecedented detail of Centaurus A

Researchers from the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) collaboration has successfully imaged the radio galaxy Centaurus A in exceptional detail.

Physicists accurately quantify the electric field of the Sun

Physicists have calculated a definitive measurement of the Sun's electric field, providing insights into its effects on Earth.

Using AI to search for energy and minerals on the Moon 

Researchers at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) have developed a novel Artificial Intelligence and machine learning method to accelerate the pursuit of finding encouraging Moon sites sites with valuable energy and mineral resources

Novel upgrades to the William Herschel Telescope near completion 

The astronomical advancements being made to the William Herschel Telescope that will facilitate a thorough survey of the Universe are close to finalisation.

Machine-learning algorithm revolutionises the classification of galaxies

Astronomers have devised an innovative machine-learning algorithm that can effectively classify tens of thousands of galaxies in mere seconds.

UK scientists help NASA in the pursuit of sending astronauts to Mars 

A team of UK scientists are assisting NASA with a mission that will facilitate preparation for humanity’s next gigantic leap – sending astronauts to Mars. 

Using Artificial Intelligence to analyse big data from astronomy surveys

Japanese researchers at have developed a groundbreaking method to mitigate the effects of shape noise in astronomy surveys.

SKAO announce production of largest radio telescope arrays in the world

SKAO has revealed plans for creating the world’s largest radio telescope arrays, which will be situated in Australia and South Africa.

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