Space Products & Innovation
Half the world is gearing up for warm, sunny weather as the Northern Hemisphere heads into summer. The comfort and eye protection provided by sunglasses make them a staple for many. However, most people might not realize that. . .
The successful cultivation of plants is a necessary part of every human civilization. Space agencies for decades have recognized multiple advantages associated with growing plants to benefit astronauts on long-duration missions. . .
Revenues from global commercial space activity—undertaken by private in no government investment—totaled $328.8 their highest level ever and increasing 6.6% from 2017. The commercial space industry accounted for 79.2% of total global economic activity in space. The U.S. plays a major role in . . .
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. . .
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. . .
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. . .
We owe much to the technologies developed in the pursuit of space exploration. From handheld vacuums to GPS technology and camera phones, inventions originally engineered to use in space are increasingly being adapted to serve practical purposes in our daily lives. One of the more unlikely adaptations of space technology may be that of. . .
Devices with embedded technologies are capable of sensing and interacting with both active devices nearby and the environment that surrounds them. This vast network of connected devices, whether in space or on the ground, is called. . .
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. . .
Companies and individuals are using positioning, navigation and timing (PNT), Earth observation (EO), and communication satellite technologies and data to…