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Britain's bid to launch first satellites from Europe ends in failure
Virgin Orbit said its rocket had suffered an 'anomaly' that prevented it from reaching orbit.
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A UK commercial space mission is set for lift off Monday evening. A 747 will carry a rocket to 35,000 feet before releasing it to continue its ascent into space carrying satellites.
Poland signs deal with France to receive two observation satellites
Poland will get two reconnaissance satellites and a receiving station from France in 2027 but will have access to satellite imagery straight away.
New satellite images show destruction of Russian-occupied Mariupol
Before and after images taken on March 29 and November 30 show a large protective screen around Mariupol’s main theatre, which was shelled while being used as a civilian shelter in March
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UN to hunt sources of climate warming methane from space
There will be a public database of global methane leaks to encourage governments and companies to curb emissions.
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NASA spacecraft crashes into an asteroid
NASA's DART spacecraft crashes into the asteroid Dimorphos in a test to prevent a cosmic object from devastating life on Earth.
Plastic waste can now be found and monitored from space
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Google Maps denies revealing images of Russian military bases
Misleading reports about Google Maps were widely shared on social media.
Satellite images seem to contradict Russia denials of Bucha atrocities
The photos from Maxar Technologies seem to rebut Russian assertions that dead bodies in civilian clothing found in Bucha had appeared there after Russian forces retreated.
Russia's space chief says EU cooperation 'impossible' over Ukraine
The head of Roscosmos, Russia's space agency, told Chinese state TV the EU had "taken a frenzied position" over the Ukraine war.
SpaceX to help rival OneWeb launch satellites after Russia dispute
The British satellite internet company is turning to SpaceX after launches with Russia’s Soyuz were cancelled over the war in Ukraine.
Elon Musk moves Starlink satellites over Ukraine after vice PM's plea
SpaceX's Starlink satellites are designed to provide high-speed Internet connections to remote places from Earth's lower orbit.
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Brussels wants to secure its own security and independence through its own constellation of satellites used for communications.
NASA raises concerns about SpaceX plan to deploy 30,000 satellites
NASA said Elon Musk's plans could flood Earth's orbit with objects, which would make its flights and observations more difficult.
Scientists can now map carbon to the scale of tennis courts from space
The new Chloris map reveals that southern European countries are the ‘sleeping giants’ of carbon sinks.
'Reckless and irresponsible': Russia slammed over space station threat
U.S. officials described as reckless and irresponsible a Russian weapons test which created more than 1,500 pieces of space junk, threatening astronauts aboard the International Space Station.