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More Satellites, Less Space: Risk Growth in Orbit

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2023 was a booming year for space operations – more new satellites launched and more dead satellites in space, both resulting in a vast...
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The New Japanese Mini Space-Based Solar Power Plant That Will Beam...

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Japan’s space-based solar-power station is expected to begin testing next year, in a project meant to help the world reduce its dependence on fossil...
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Wireless Power Transmission to Communicate with the Moon

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A recent study offers a solution to provide constant communication between the Moon and the Earth (even from the far side of the Moon)...
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Hypersonic Missile Tracking Satellites

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The US Space Development Agency (SDA) plans to test its hypersonic missile detection satellite constellation, which was developed by SpaceX and L3Harris Technologies. The...
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Israel Destroys Iranian Missiles Outside the Earth’s Atmosphere

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Israel has reportedly made exoatmospheric intercepts of the Iranian rockets on Sunday. Any missile intercepted outside the Kármán line (the boundary of Earth’s atmosphere,...
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Can We Harness Solar Power Directly from Space? This Innovative UK...

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The UK-based Space Solar is presenting a breakthrough in wireless power transmission technology, bringing the age of space-based solar power by delivering gigawatts of...
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The Next Generation of Satellite Navigation

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Researchers developed an innovation that promises to enhance satellite navigation by leveraging wideband multiplexed signals for improved accuracy. They are doing so using a...

Satellites for Quantum Communications and Encryption

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The developing field of quantum computing foretells a future in which current encryption processes are no longer safe. Researchers from the Technical University of...
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No Longer an Un-Militarized Domain? US General Warns of a ‘Window...

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General Stephen Whiting, commander of US Space Command, recently warned lawmakers that China and Russia have “transformed space into a contested warfighting domain.” Whiting...
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Revolutionary High-Resolution Satellites Raise Privacy Concerns

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Startup company Albedo is setting out to collect and provide the highest resolution optical and thermal imagery from the sky. The images will have...
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The Growing Need for Satellite Cybersecurity

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The expansion of the digital realm into space has opened new frontiers for cyber threats, posing unprecedented challenges. The satellites orbiting Earth are crucial for...
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Historic Mission Launched to Monitor Space Junk

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This historic mission to inspect and monitor a large piece of space junk was launched by Rocket Lab and Astroscale Japan atop an Electron...
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AI-Based Hypersonic Missile Tracking System Software

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The California-based company EpiSci was chosen by the US Space Development Agency to develop cutting-edge hypersonic missile detection software, leveraging the power of AI...
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The World’s First Wooden Satellite

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The LignoSat2 wooden satellite is an innovative concept on the brink of becoming a reality and might be launched in late 2024 by NASA...
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Russia Plans Anti-Satellite Nuclear Weapon

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The US House Intelligence Committee issued a warning to Congress about a "serious national security threat" in regards to Russia’s plans for a nuclear-armed...
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NASA’s Revolutionary Search and Rescue Technology

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The international satellite-aided search and rescue initiative Cospas-Sarsat has been aided by NASA and enabled the development of multiple emergency location beacon types that...
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Iran’s Satellites to Extend Ballistic Missile Range

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Iran recently announced that it has deployed three satellites into space using its notoriously unreliable "Simorgh" ("Pheonix") rockets. The launch has been widely criticized...
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MOCAT – MIT’s New Invention Against Space Debris

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As Earth’s atmosphere and beyond are slowly filling with satellites and space debris, there is increasing worry about what Earth’s future is going to...
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The Spying Satellites of Japan, South and North Korea

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Recent regional space developments include Japan’s new “information-gathering” satellite, South Korea's spy satellite launched by SpaceX and North Korea's recent surveillance satellite deployment. Japan's Information-Gathering...
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SpaceX Launches First Satellite-to-Smartphone Signal from Space

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SpaceX’s latest Falcon 9 mission contained its first set of Starlink satellites capable of transmitting a signal from space directly to our smartphones, with...
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Russia-China Hack-Proof Quantum Communication Link

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Quantum communication is a secure way to transfer information, resistant to eavesdropping by hackers. The encrypted data is transferred as ones and zeros along...
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JAXA Repurposes Spacecraft to Protect Earth from Small Asteroids

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Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is to begin testing new technology capable of altering the course of small and fast asteroids and hopefully prevent...

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OpenAI Forms its Own AI Safety Committee

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Leading AI technology giant OpenAI revealed it has been setting up a safety and security committee and begun training a new AI model to...