Low Earth Orbit
The first-ever collision between artificial satellites changed how the world looked at space. Now, low-Earth orbit is about to get a lot more crowded.
The Beresheet lander will attempt the first private Moon landing on April 11.
A University of Glasgow team explores the subtle art of capturing asteroids without killing everybody.
The organization plans to launch a data-filled satellite later this year. Already, some of its 'citizens' are uploading copyrighted files to the satellite's website.
It'll transmit data back to Earth about 90 times faster than your typical earthly internet connection.
Its creators say that four major operators from Canada's oil sands have already signed-up.
This is a delay from the original launch date to test the Orion capsule, which was planned for 2021.
Despite a near-fatal software bug.
So far supply missions are launching in a trickle.
Spain heads a mission where a pair of satellites move in tandem like expert tango dancers.
SpaceX's ISS missions has been delayed, making NASA rely on Russia launches a little longer.
It's a small step. Not quite a giant leap for mankind.