Satellite

TAU engineers launching first Israeli nanosatellite for communicating from space

This is the first optical ground station in Israel and one of very few worldwide that can lock onto, track and collect data from a nanosatellite.

NASA to conduct first global water survey from space

If all goes as planned, the SUV-sized Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) satellite will produce research data within several months.

By REUTERS
14/12/2022

SpaceX gets US approval to deploy up to 7,500 satellites

SpaceX has sought approval to operate a network of 29,988 satellites, to be known as its “second-generation” or Gen2 Starlink constellation to beam internet to areas with little or no access.

By REUTERS
02/12/2022

Iran determined to send more satellites to space - IRGC aerospace chief

Amir Ali Hajizadeh, commander of the IRGC’s aerospace force, said that Iran is determined to put more satellites into space using a new satellite launch vehicle.

Satellites, missiles and drones: Who is IRGC scientist Abdollah Mehrabi?

While Mehrabi has been publicly linked to Iran's drone project, his role expands to the country's space and ballistic missile programs.

08/11/2022

Russia's anti-satellite threat tests laws of war in space

Space has expanded beyond its title as the "final frontier." Now, it has become a new battleground.

By REUTERS
28/10/2022

Elon Musk says he can no longer fund Starlink in Ukraine

Presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak said in response that Kyiv will find a solution to keep the Starlink internet service operational in Ukraine.

Russia ships S-300 battery from Syria to bolster air defense in Ukraine war

The shipping of the battery, which has been in Syria since 2018, was identified by Israeli satellite imaging company ImageSat International.

Israeli space-tech startup can now locate lithium deposits on Earth

ASTERRA’s groundbreaking satellite image analysis tech can find precious minerals without breaking ground.

Russian-Iranian satellite could harm Israeli, Western interests

Tehran has rejected claims the satellite could be used by Moscow to boost its intelligence capabilities in Ukraine, saying Iran will have full control and operation over it "from day one."

09/08/2022
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