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British startup powers up sensor for monitoring tiny orbital debris

Odin Space is preparing to start detecting tiny but potentially dangerous pieces of orbital debris in the coming weeks from a sensor on a recently launched space tug, according to the British startup’s cofounder and CEO James New.

ESA back “zero debris” agreement

The European Space Agency and three European satellite manufacturers have announced plans to work together to develop “ambitious and meaningful targets” for dealing with orbital debris.

SpaceX changing Starship stage separation ahead of next launch

SpaceX is changing the approach for separating the two stages of its Starship vehicle to increase payload performance before its next test flight, Elon Musk said June 24.

The King unveils the Astra Carta seal at a Space Sustainability Reception at Buckingham Palace

His Majesty The King has welcomed astronauts, business leaders, environmentalists and scientists at a Space Sustainability Event at Buckingham Palace.

OroraTech selects Spire Global to Provide Eight Satellites for Wildfire Monitoring Constellation

Following the successful launch of FOREST-1 and FOREST-2, OroraTech has expanded its partnership with Spire Space Services to build out a constellation of satellites

Upcoming Orbital Test Could Enable Tracking of Super Tiny Space Debris

ODIN Space has passed a major milestone by powering up a super-sensitive experimental in-space sensor.

Virgin Galactic: Sir Richard Branson's rocket plane enters commercial service

It's taken just shy of 20 years but Sir Richard Branson has finally begun commercial operations with his Virgin Galactic rocket plane, Unity.