This week on 'The Debrief Weekly Report', we look at NASA and the Italian space agency's mission to monitor pollution, and how scientists around the world want to update the space treaty to include space junk.
A new quantum inertial sensor that relies on a laser and vacuum system is so small it could fit on a kitchen tabletop... and it could help navigate tomorrow's next-gen aircraft.
The U.S. Intel Community wants the ability to spy objects smaller than 10cm, traveling 22,500 mph, in space.
The U.S. Space Force recently launched two satellites with the help of Atlas 5 to test the new early warning weapons system.
South Korea recently demonstrated the capabilities of its space program with successful launches of its domestically developed Nuri rocket.
Fierce competition for satellite parking spots in orbit is pointing to an increasingly complex future for space operations.
This week, we analyze a concerning incident involving a test by Russia and its burgeoning anti-satellite missile technology.
The crew of the International Space Station (ISS) fired maneuvering rockets last week to avoid being struck by...
One entrepreneur is working towards designing satellites out of mycelium. Though it sounds wild, mushrooms are a solid building material.
This week, we look at how the Department of Defense hopes to set the tone for future rules for operation in space, which will be shared by nations around the globe.
In 1978, the Russian spy satellite, Cosmos 954, fell onto Canada, and it carried a nuclear reactor. More will be on the way soon.
Satellite photos of Russia’s Markha River in Arctic Siberia have provided clues to an odd geological riddle.