LeoLab’s newest space tracking radar expands Indo-Pacific coverage
Leolabs latest radar facility for monitoring the heavens has opened for business in Western Australia, joining with its New Zealand sister site to improve coverage of the fraught Indo-Pacific region, CEO Dan Ceperley told Breaking Defense.Read more
LeoLabs West Australian Space Radar is now in service
LeoLabs entered a new space radar into service, the West Australian Space Radar (WASR), giving the company coverage of the Southern Hemisphere in the Indo-Pacific region.Read more
LeoLabs Unveils Western Australia Space Radar
LeoLabs pulled the curtain off a new project that’s been in the making for the last nine months: the Western Australia Space Radar (WASR), built along with local partners to augment the company’s satellite and debris tracking capabilities.Read more
Defunct Satellite and Rocket Stage Nearly Collide in Potential ‘Worst-Case Scenario’
An old rocket body and military satellite—large pieces of space junk dating back to the Soviet Union—nearly smashed into each other on Friday morning, in an uncomfortable near-miss that would’ve resulted in thousands of pieces of debris had they collided.
LeoLabs scans skies with West Australian Space Radar
LeoLabs announced the commissioning of its West Australian Space Radar to improve tracking of satellites and debris in low-Earth orbit.Read more
2 big pieces of space junk nearly collide in orbital 'bad neighborhood'
LeoLabs spotted a near-miss between two defunct Soviet space objects, a rocket body and dead spy satellite, that missed one another by an incredibly small margin.Read more
Space quest: How orbital data might improve life on Earth
LeoLabs collision avoidance services are mentioned in this article exploring the benefits of more orbital data.Read more
Collie joins worldwide grid of space radars
LeoLabs operates six space radar sites around the globe, and its latest addition in Collie is just weeks away from firing up.
LeoLabs finishes WA space radar construction
LeoLabs has completed construction of their sixth space radar site in Collie, Western Australia, naming it the West Australian Space Radar (WASR).
The FCC's Rules on Space Junk Just Got Stricter
A new and contentious five-year limit for getting rid of dead satellites could slow the growing orbital litter problem—if people actually abide by it.Read more
LeoLabs and ClearSpace partner to advance a safer, more sustainable space environment
LeoLabs signs a MOU with ClearSpace, the Swiss-based, in-orbit satellite servicing company. The MOU recognizes the two companies’ shared vision of a safe and sustainable space ecosystem and their mutual efforts in making this vision a reality.Read more
LeoLabs elige a Argentina como su tercera ubicación en el hemisferio sur, con lo que amplía la cobertura crítica para la seguridad espacial
La nueva ubicación del radar refuerza aún más la capacidad de LeoLabs para rastrear objetos y supervisar las actividades en órbita terrestre baja, lo que permite ofrecer una cobertura oportuna a los operadores y reguladores con el fin de evitar futuras colisiones en órbita.Read more
LeoLabs selects Argentina as its third site in the Southern Hemisphere, expanding critical coverage for space safety
This new radar site further bolsters LeoLabs ability to track objects and monitor activities in low Earth orbit, providing timely coverage for operators and regulators in order to prevent future on-orbit collisions.Read more
LeoLabs expands continuous, all-weather radar coverage of the Southern Hemisphere in the Indo-Pacific region
The West Australian Space Radar site is fully operational, adding significant coverage of the Southern Hemisphere — an important milestone in LeoLabs’ expansion of its radar network.
LeoLabs expands global radar coverage with its West Australian Space Radar
The new radar site is fully operational, adding significant coverage of the Southern Hemisphere — a major milestone in LeoLabs’ planned expansion of its global space radar network.Read more
LeoLabs Awarded Contract From the US Department of Commerce to Support Space Traffic Management Prototype
This agreement delivers industry-leading capabilities to the US Government, including Resident Space Object tracking data and conjunction alerts, powered by LeoLabs global network of radars.
LeoLabs Wins Contract Award to Support Japan Air Self Defense Force with Commercial Space Domain Awareness
This agreement delivers industry-leading data and services to Japan, including Satellite and Orbital Debris Tracking and Collision Avoidance, powered by LeoLabs' global network of space radars.Read more
LeoLabs Commits to Australia as Strategic Site for 6th Space Radar
As the newest sensor in the growing LeoLabs global network, the West Australian Space Radar will provide strategic tracking of satellites and space debris in the Southern Hemisphere.Read more
LeoLabs signs multi-year agreement with New Zealand Government for space regulatory and sustainability platform
LeoLabs announces a multi-year agreement with the New Zealand Space Agency and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) for expanded development of its space regulatory and sustainability platform.Read more
LeoLabs Selects Azores for next Space Radar, Accelerates European Presence
LeoLabs today announced the Azores as the site for its next space radar. As a strategic addition to LeoLabs expanding global constellation of LEO sensors, the Azores Space Radar will go operational in the first half of 2022.Read more