International Space Station (ISS) had to perform a maneuver to a avoid space collision The Space Community will endure the consequence of this sad action for a while.
The international space station (ISS) had to correct its orbit altitude to prevent collision with a space debris.
Our optical sensors caught a clear picture of the beautiful Iris nebula. Also, in this image you can see the streak of the Defence Russian satellite COSMOS 2522, also known as GLONASS. Iris and Cosmos are one of the thousands of space objects we survey and track daily to ensure space safety for all Space Actors. Read More
INDEMN is an evolutionary model developed by Share My Space to simulate space debris density and accurately predict collision risk probabilities over a satellite lifetime. Discoer the news features of INDEMN Advanced.Read More
For the first time, space is going to be on the agenda at the UN Climate Change Conference. What are the links between space and climate? Why is the sustainability of outer space a burning topic? What is to expect at COP26? Read More
Stephane Heinrich from E.nova and Share My Space is participating to the 11th IAASS Conference dedicated to "Managing Risk in Space"
He will present the last publication from Share My Space on the challenges of GREENSPACE.