Space Products & Innovation
2020 TSRQ3 – Space Products & Innovation
The increased use of satellite imagery and data in recent years has led to expansions in multiple fields of research. The utilization of satellites has developed beyond just tracking weather patterns. Satellites are now used to study . . .
2020 TSRQ2 – Hurricane tracking and Earth Observation data
The United States was impacted by 14 natural disasters that each caused over a billion dollars in damage in 2019. Fortunately, scientists are using a multitude of resources to learn more about severe weather, including. . .
With Roots in Space Travel, Wearable Tech Comes Full Orbit
You’ve just finished a tough workout, and at a glance, your smart watch tells you your heartrate, the calories you’ve burned, and can alert you if it detects that you have an irregular heartbeat. Devices like these have become . . .
2019 TSRQ1 – Space Products & Innovation
Companies and individuals are using positioning, navigation and timing (PNT), Earth observation (EO), and communication satellite technologies and data to humanity’s benefit. From commercial transportation to natural disaster relief, these products and services are changing, for the better, the way humans . . .
Volunteer space operators who take over old NASA spacecraft; robots on faraway planets impacting the technologies of Earth’s inhabitants; space agencies finding alternative uses for technologies and processes originally designed for space operations and exploration–each one of these topics and others are worth exploring in more detail. This is the purpose of The Space Report’s “Featured Stories.” Years of featured stories are gathered here, some short, some long, but all interesting.
Products and Services: Space Products and Services – TSR 2015
2014 – Volunteer Space Operators Take the Helm of a NASA Satellite
One standout story in 2014 exemplifies public interest, funding, and dedication to space exploration. The story involves an old NASA spacecraft, a group of volunteers, successful donation requests through crowdfunding, and ultimately, the reanimation and operation of a spacecraft once thought lost and useless.
Space Products and Services – TSR 2014
2013 – The Mars Rover Programs, Benefiting Life on Earth
Space agencies explore distant planets and study galaxies billions of light years away, endeavors that might appear far removed from Earthly concerns, but in reality represent the building blocks for technologies that are changing our lives on a daily basis.