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A rocky red landscape in China serves as a Mars simulation base
Nanosatellites promise farmers in remote locations access to real time data
UK startup makes a 3D printed rocket engine
A new satellite system may change the way planes are tracked
A Japanese startup is betting that tiny satellite-driven meteor showers offer high-end entertainment
A scientist’s insights into bird feather design could change the way we make adhesives and planes
Switzerland-based startup offers rentable end-to-end automated equipment for conducting experiments in space.
A Chinese company is developing an artificial moon which would be used to illuminate city streets and save energy.
How do drones work, and what does their future looks like? Find out more in our latest Tech Explained.
A one-person aircraft powered by lithium polymer batteries is designed to be flown over water and non-congested areas.
The 3.5m-wide aircraft was unveiled at Farnborough Air Show 2018.
A German airline is offering passengers the chance to eat the same meals as those served to astronauts to enhance the customer experience on long-haul flights.
A net gun armed multicopter can hover indefinitely to ensure safe removal of unlicensed drones from the air.
Researchers in China are now developing a 3D printing technology to manufacture ceramics under microgravity.
An aeronautical project aims to be the first commercial two-seater solar plane to attempt a flight to reach the stratosphere.
Researchers at a university in Lithuania have developed software that lets pilots know if conditions will result in a compromized takeoff.
A new airline seat design could allow planes to squeeze in 20 percent more passengers and lower fuel costs.
A new VR experience allows passengers to take an immerse trip abroad in just 110 minutes of simulated flight
A new constellation of satellites aims to improve decision-making and response times in emergency situations.
The plant cultivation technology will help provide food for crew members on board the International Space Station.
UK-based airline goes into partnership with US startup to develop a range of electric-powered aircraft.