DirecTV has one month to vent some of the satellite's fuel and move it to a safe orbit.
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.
A meteor? Space junk? Nobody knows, but officials investigated whether the mysterious object, or objects, started several fires.
Burning up satellite parts in laboratories could help reduce the amount of space debris that impacts Earth.
Skywatchers say Kosmos 482, which was designed to withstand the harsh environment of Venus, will likely land on Earth intact.
A MIPT team is building prototype observatories over the coming weeks in Amderma, Nenets Autonomous Region.
Not only does the net look cool as hell, it’s addressing a major problem for the future of space exploration.
VICE looked at the fight for a Kurdish state and the problem with space junk.
For safer space exploration in the future.
On Tuesday, the European Conference on Space Debris kicked off with sobering short about orbital junk.
Or is it a meteoroid? Depends who you ask.
This is what happens when something a few millimetres in size smashes into a satellite at a velocity over 40,000 km/h.