For the first time, the US military has confirmed that it's satellites are being interfered with by Russian inspection
Boeing is suffering at the moment, not only is their 737-Max aircraft grounded following two deadly crashes last year,
Complementing NASA's Solar Parker Probe and the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope in Hawaii is the latest addition to
As astronomers focus on SpaceX's satellite internet delivery plan involving thousands of satellites, another company - OneWeb - is
The fabric of space-time got a little timey wimey - wibbly wobbly with the discovery of a spinning binary
We've gotten our first detailed look at the surface of the Sun. Dr Brad Tucker and Matt Miller discuss
The crowded Earth orbit is posing serious hazards to spacecraft, with last week seeing the potential explosive destruction of
In headlines this week, Brad and Matt reflect on the Spitzer Space Telescope and discuss NASA's goal post shifting
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has reached the end of it's mission as part of the Four Great Observatories observing
We've been talking about the space cookies for a couple of weeks now, but the analysis is in... and
DirecTV's Spaceway-1, now only a backup satellite for the US cable network, suffered a critical failure recently, hear this
China's gearing up to put their new crewed space capsule in orbit, as the Mars 2020 rover team shortlists
Australia's first astronaut spoke with Trekzone back in 2016 about his journey with NASA. Hear the start of that
Dr. Geoff Campbell and his team are researching quantum computing and the ability to send information in a quantum
Nuclear Physicist Anton Wallner and his team are looking for supernova remnants on Earth, because it could hold the
On July 20 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin had just landed on the moon when the mission planned
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