Satellites

What England Can Learn From the Dutch About Water Management

Julian Hunt | Posted 19.03.2014 | UK
Julian Hunt

Increasing evidence and scientific analysis is showing why these events are associated with human induced climate change. The related impacts are becoming more widespread and complex, affecting society from health issues to agriculture, from transportation to economics, and becoming more severe, long-lasting and costly with increasing frequency.

'Space Cops' To Patrol Low Earth Orbit And Watch For Space Junk

Huffington Post UK | Posted 07.02.2014 | UK Tech

A fleet of tiny 'space cop' satellites could be launched to patrol Earth's orbit. The mmall bots developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laborator...

Satellite To Fall To Earth In November (But Don't Panic)

Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech

The UK Space Agency has sent an email warning that a European satellite will plunge to Earth later this month - and there's no way to know where it's ...

Guess How Much The Camera Cost That Took These?

The Huffington Post UK | Ted Thornhill | Posted 11.09.2012 | UK Tech

A British teenager has proved that it’s not strictly necessarily have to have a multi-million pound satellite to produce stunning pictures of Earth ...

100 Years Of Innovation - The Satellite

Huffington Post UK | Melanie Hick | Posted 23.05.2012 | UK Tech

They study weather and climate, help you text your mum when you'r abroad and now even North Korea have one. Satellites are the orbital gadget bundles ...

WATCH: 'UFO' Spotted Near The Sun

Huffington Post UK | Melanie Hick | Posted 26.04.2012 | UK Tech

UPDATED:An unidentified object has been spotted near the sun, as seen in the video above. The object apparently bears no similarity to any Nasa cr...

Europe's Vega Rocket First Flight Launch

Huffington Post UK | Melanie Hick | Posted 13.04.2012 | UK Tech

Europe's new Vega rocket has launched on its first flight. The 30m-tall vehicle has been designed to put small scientific and government satellites...

US And EU Develop Code Of Conduct For Outer Space

Melanie Hick | Posted 19.03.2012 | UK Tech

The United States and the European Union have joined other nations in committing to an International Code of Conduct for Outer Space Activities. U...

Satellite Crashes In South-East Asia

Melanie Hick | Posted 23.12.2011 | UK Tech

NASA has confirmed the Roentgen Satellite (ROSAT) has fallen back to earth over South East Asia. Up to 30 fragments weighing a total of 1.87 tons ...

Nasa Warned That Space Debris 'Is At A Tipping Point'

BBC News | BBC News | Posted 01.11.2011 | UK Tech

Scientists in the US have warned Nasa that the amount of so-called space junk orbiting Earth is at tipping point....