We think of Project Vanguard as America's first failed satellite launch attempt, but the program was much more than one public explosion.
The Stratobus might look like a blimp, but it’s more like part drone and part satellite, and it'll fly into the stratosphere within the next five years.
DigitalGlobe, a company that acquires satellite imagery, has released about 300 square miles of imagery of the South China Sea, giving the public the opportunity to help search for Flight 370, which disappeared Saturday.
High definition video clips from satellites mean that yes, you can see yourself waving from orbit.
Nobody has better satellite images than the U.S. government, and the latest piece of space hardware will cover every foot of the globe every two days.
The armed forces are paying $440 million for inflatable satellite antennas that look like beach balls. First used in Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts, the antennas can withstand water, wind, and even bullets.
University and high school student-built satellites launch into space as part of NASA’s Cubesat Launch Initiative.
Berkeley scientists want to put satellite in space that will detect wildfires quickly and efficiently and allow for faster ground response time.
Swiss Space Systems plans to launch the Clean Space One satellite to clean up some space junk in 2018.
If we build this thing, it could have us drinking up the Sun's rays on a planetary scale.