Inflation, the infinite frontier.
A launch of OneWeb satellites scheduled for Saturday is now imperiled as a consequence of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The atmosphere because hot and dense, according to SpaceX, keeping the satellites from reaching a higher orbit.
While Starlink insists it’s poised to disrupt the broken U.S. broadband market. Reality, competitors, and the law of physics will make that promise a steep uphill climb.
An engineer tells Motherboard that Starlink “Dishy McFlatface” broadband satellite dishes will likely need better heat-management systems before commercial launch.
Dr. Aparna Venkatesan studies the distant reaches of space and time, while advocating for a night sky undamaged by orbital clutter.
The service will be a huge step up for some rural users, but it lacks the capacity to really disrupt the nation’s telecom monopolies.
The low-orbit satellite service should be a huge step up for rural Americans. But experts say it won’t be the game changer many expect.
Astrophotographers seeking to capture a comet that won't be here for another 6,800 years keep getting "Starlinked."
Hundreds of Starlink satellites are currently orbiting Earth, and SpaceX is asking people to sign up for a chance to test out their service.
ClearSpace-1 will use a "Pac-Man system" to capture an abandoned rocket part, which may lead to a new market for commercial services in orbit.