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Virgin Orbit completes NASA LSP launch demo

Posted 22 January 2021

Virgin Orbit's LauncherOne rocket reached space during the company’s second launch demonstration, successfully deploying 10 payloads for NASA’s Launch Services Program (LSP).

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Bright Ascension develops xSPANCION software

Posted 22 January 2021

Space software technology provider, Bright Ascension Ltd., has announced the start of development work as part of the partnership with AAC Clyde Space to deliver a multi-year xSPANCION project, funded by the European Space Agency (ESA) and

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ESA books two payload missions on Airbus Bartolomeo platform

Posted 21 January 2021

The European Space Agency (ESA) and Airbus have agreed on service orders for two independent payload missions to be launched to the Bartolomeo payload hosting facility on the International Space Station (ISS) in 2022 and

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Shetland space launch site plans lodged

Posted 19 January 2021

Major planning proposals have been submitted to Shetland Islands Council on behalf of Shetland Space Centre by town planning consultants Farningham Planning Ltd., with the creation of a space launch facility in Unst set to provide hundreds of new

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UK Space Agency CEO to step down

Posted 15 January 2021

Graham Turnock, Chief Executive of the UK Space Agency, has announced he will leave his role in 2021

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Inmarsat named world’s leading inflight internet service provider

Posted 14 January 2021

Inmarsat has been crowned the ‘World’s Leading Inflight Internet Service Provider’ for the fourth year in a row at the World Travel Awards 2020.

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Dr Michael Holden to lead DSEI 2021 space strategy and development

Posted 13 January 2021

Clarion Defence and Security has appointed Dr Michael Holden as DSEI Space Adviser as the event will focus on the development of space capabilities to support international requirements.

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Rolls-Royce and UK Space Agency launch first ever study into nuclear-powered space exploration

Posted 12 January 2021

The UK Space Agency and Rolls-Royce are joining forces for a unique study into how nuclear power and technologies could be used as part of space exploration.

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Skyrora reveal new UK-built vehicle in live test

Posted 11 January 2021

On 23rd December 2020 the Skyrora test and flight operations team performed one of their most important test campaigns to date, a full upper stage static fire test, at their engine development complex in Fife, Scotland.

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Airbus signs contract with Intelsat for OneSat

Posted 8 January 2021

Airbus has signed a contract with Intelsat to build two OneSat satellites operating in multiple frequency bands for Intelsat’s next-generation software-defined network.

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Airbus led consortium grows its SME engagement

Posted 7 January 2021

The Airbus led space industry consortium for future UK military satellite communications, had more than 100 SMEs take part in its recent online event.

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TMD provides accelerator structures for CERN CLIC

Posted 7 January 2021

West London based manufacturer of hi-tech microwave and RF products, TMD Technologies Limited, has won a contract to produce the latest CERN prototype Compact Linear Collider Collaboration (CLIC) accelerating structure.

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New funding for innovative space tech to help solve problems on Earth

Posted 6 January 2021

Space tech that could make buildings more energy efficient, reduce the carbon emissions of ships and help preserve important historical sites are among new projects to receive government funding today.

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France-UK climate mission moves a step closer

Posted 5 January 2021

Two major subsystems of a joint France-UK space mission to combat climate change, by measuring carbon dioxide concentrations, have been delivered from the UK to Toulouse.

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Inmarsat marks five years of Global Xpress worldwide service

Posted 5 January 2021

Inmarsat has marked the fifth anniversary of its Global Xpress (GX) network entering service worldwide, whilst confirming seven further GX satellites and major new ground infrastructure are on course to be delivered by

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NSPTF to be based at Westcott Space Cluster

Posted 18 December 2020

Science Minister Amanda Solloway has announced today that a National Space Propulsion Test Facility (NSPTF) will soon open its doors at the Westcott Space Cluster site.

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Thales Alenia Space to undertake Comet Interceptor study

Posted 14 December 2020

In the UK, Thales Alenia Space, the joint venture between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), has been selected by the European Space Agency (ESA) to lead one of two parallel studies for the Comet Interceptor mission.

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Inmarsat's most powerful satellite enters service

Posted 10 December 2020

Inmarsat has completed the commercial service introduction (CSI) of GX5, the company’s newest, most powerful geostationary satellite to date.

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Win a chance to speak with Tim Peake

Posted 10 December 2020

To mark the fifth anniversary of his historic journey to space, British astronaut Tim Peake has launched a campaign asking people to share their stories of how his mission inspired them.

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Orbex secures $24m funding round for UK space launch

Posted 10 December 2020

Orbex has secured $24 million in a funding round led by UK investment company BGF and Octopus Ventures, one of the largest VCs in Europe.

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UK-led biomining study launched

Posted 9 December 2020

A UK-led space biomining experiment, which has the potential to provide resources for future space missions, was onboard the SpaceX CRS-21 rocket launched Sunday 6th December.

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Nasmyth expands its global reach across East Asia and Canada

Posted 7 December 2020

Nasmyth Group has extended its presence in Japan, China and Canada.

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Government funds UK companies at forefront of space innovation

Posted 7 December 2020

Twenty-one UK organisations have today been awarded a share of over £7 million of funding to put the UK at the forefront of the latest advances in space innovation.

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Virgin Galactic unveils its Pilot Corps spacesuits

Posted 7 December 2020

Virgin Galactic today unveiled the spacesuits its pilots will wear as they fly private astronauts into space.

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UK scientists step closer to revealing origins of our Galaxy

Posted 3 December 2020

Astronomers have today taken a meteoric leap closer to discovering how our solar system began, unveiling the most detailed atlas of the Milky Way in history.

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Oxfordshire's Harwell Campus to house UK Government-backed 5G facility

Posted 30 November 2020

UK businesses will be able to tap into the potential of 5G and satellite technology, as a new testing facility is being built by the IT and business consultancy CGI in ESA-ECSAT at the Harwell Campus in Oxfordshire,

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UK Government-backed ocean mapping sat launched

Posted 23 November 2020

A Government-backed satellite that will allow UK scientists to measure sea level rise – one of the biggest threats posed by climate change – launched on a SpaceX rocket from Vandenberg, California, on Saturday.

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AAC Clyde Space to build 10 new satellites in Glasgow

Posted 23 November 2020

Ten new UK Government-backed satellites the size of a shoebox are going to be built in Scotland after a signing between AAC Clyde Space UK and ESA.

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UK Government secures British satellite network OneWeb

Posted 23 November 2020

The acquisition of global satellite communications company, OneWeb, was completed last Friday, following a successful UK government bid in July 2020 in a consortium with leading international telecoms operator, Bharti Global.

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UK Space Centre of Excellence in Ayrshire given government boost

Posted 23 November 2020

A commitment to invest over £80m in a UK Space Centre of Excellence in Ayrshire, was made last week by both UK and Scottish Governments, in partnership with South Ayrshire Council, as part of the signing of the

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Skyrora completes vacuum chamber engine tests

Posted 20 November 2020

UK rocket company, Skyrora, has conducted a series of static test fires of its 3rd stage LEO engine, including a vacuum chamber test, designed to replicate space-like conditions to further advance its launch ambitions.

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Dstl award QinetiQ £2.3m OGS contract

Posted 19 November 2020

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New support for UK space hubs unveiled

Posted 18 November 2020

The UK Government has today backed the development of new ‘space hubs’ across England as well as providing funding to support projects in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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UK Government commissions space solar power station research

Posted 16 November 2020

The UK Government has commissioned systems, engineering and technology consultancy, Frazer-Nash and global forecasting and quantitative analysis company, Oxford Economics, to carry out an independent study into

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UK-led space telescope to unravel mysteries of the cosmos

Posted 13 November 2020

The European Space Agency has given the green light to the world’s first space telescope dedicated to studying how exoplanet atmospheres form and evolve.

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Space X Crew-1 set for launch to ISS

Posted 13 November 2020

On Sunday 14th November 00:49 2020, weather permitting, SpaceX’s Crew-1 will be the first long-duration mission to the International Space Station (ISS) onboard a Crew Dragon spacecraft.

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Viasat wins MoD contract to supply UHF SATCOM for Royal Navy Type 31s

Posted 12 November 2020

Viasat UK Ltd. has been awarded a contract to provide Ultra High Frequency (UHF) satellite communications (SATCOM) for the new Type 31 frigates, to be delivered by Babcock Team 31, for the Royal Navy.

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UK Space Agency wins global award for sustainable development

Posted 12 November 2020

The UK Space Agency has received the coveted GEO (Group on Earth Observations) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Award for commitment to finding innovative satellite solutions to global challenges.

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Horizon Technologies ships AMBER payload to AAC Clyde Space for 2021 launch

Posted 10 November 2020

Horizon Technologies announced today they have shipped the first AMBER CubeSat payload to AAC Clyde Space in Glasgow, Scotland, where it will undergo testing and then be integrated into their AAC Clyde

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Virgin Galactic appoints Alistair Burns as Chief Information Officer

Posted 10 November 2020

Virgin Galactic Holdings, Inc. today announced the appointment of Alistair Burns as Chief Information Officer, effective immediately.

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UK space launch moves closer to reality

Posted 9 November 2020

Space launch from UK soil has moved closer to reality with the drawing to a close of the spaceport and spaceflight regulatory consultation carried out by the UK government.

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Celestia UK appoints David Garrood as Senior Business Development Director

Posted 4 November 2020

Celestia UK has announced that David Garrood has joined its senior development and commercial team in the new position of Senior Business Development Director, to lead business growth.

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Airbus wins ESA TRUTHS mission study for metrological traceability of Earth observation data

Posted 3 November 2020

Airbus has been awarded the lead in the European Space Agency (ESA) contract for the TRUTHS A/B1 (System feasibility Studies and Pre-Developments) as part of ESA’s Earth Observation

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Lift-off for new generation of space scientists

Posted 2 November 2020

Apprentices in England will soon be able to boldly study what no students have studied before in the UK, thanks to a new Government-backed space engineering apprenticeship, the Science Minister announced today.

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Enginuity helps power Space Cadet apprenticeships

Posted 2 November 2020

All systems are go for the launch of the new Space Engineering Technician Apprenticeship Standard, which is powered by Airbus, the University of Leicester and specialist engineering sector connector Enginuity in conjunction with

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NanoAvionics reveals three remaining HyperActive payloads

Posted 30 October 2020

Nanosatellite bus manufacturer and mission integrator, NanoAvionics, has revealed the remaining three payloads of its D-2/AtlaCom-1 rideshare mission hosted on board its M6P 6U nanosatellite bus, which are part of the

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Budding space entrepreneurs wow industry experts

Posted 29 October 2020

Young people have pitched their game-changing ideas to space industry experts to be in with a chance of turning their innovative ideas into reality.

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Virgin Galactic adds two to its Pilot Corps

Posted 28 October 2020

Virgin Galactic today announced the appointment of two new pilots into its Pilot Corps, bringing the total number of pilots to eight.

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Shetland spaceport boosts UK's launch plans

Posted 22 October 2020

Hundreds of space jobs will be created in Scotland following the approval of plans for Lockheed Martin to transfer its satellite launch operations to the Shetland Space Centre (SSC) by the UK Government.

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Inzpire delivers space training to NATO’s Allied Rapid Reaction Corps

Posted 19 October 2020

A team of training experts from Inzpire Limited has recently delivered the company’s Military Use of Space Capabilities course to 42 NATO personnel from the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC).

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Space company takes to the skies alongside the NHS

Posted 19 October 2020

The UK Space Agency has backed a healthcare drone start-up founded by NHS staff, to help in the response to COVID-19.

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Thales Alenia Space to deliver Europe’s two main modules for lunar space station

Posted 15 October 2020

Thales Alenia Space, the joint company between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), will develop two key modules for the upcoming Lunar Orbital Platform–Gateway (LOP-G) de la NASA: I-HAB (International

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Airbus selected by ESA to collect Martian samples

Posted 14 October 2020

Airbus has been selected by the European Space Agency (ESA) as prime contractor for the Mars Sample Return’s Earth Return Orbiter (ERO) – the first ever spacecraft to bring samples back to Earth from Mars.

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UK Space Agency signs the Artemis Accords

Posted 14 October 2020

The UK Space Agency, NASA and other partners have signed a historic agreement on principles for space - the Artemis Accords - ahead of a future mission to the Moon.

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SPRINT and Cyient facilitate UK academia and SME space data and tech collaboration

Posted 13 October 2020

UK-based business innovation support programme SPRINT (SPace Research and Innovation Network for Technology) and digital engineering and technology company Cyient, have formed a strategic

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Serco Europe launches space research incubator in Italy

Posted 9 October 2020

Serco Europe, a provider of services to the space sector, has just launched a research incubator at its Italian Head Office near Rome.

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UK Spaceports Alliance established

Posted 7 October 2020

The Scottish Space Leadership Council announced the formation of the Spaceports Alliance last month, a sectoral Working Group which aims to represent the common interests of the UK Spaceport community, to facilitate rapid progress in developing the

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UK Space census launched

Posted 7 October 2020

The first ever UK Space Census launches today to survey the diversity of the UK space sector and help inform future space policy.

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O2 launches UK's first driverless cars lab

Posted 2 October 2020

Telecomms provider O2, backed by the UK Space Agency, has launched the UK’s first commercial lab – the Darwin SatCom Lab.

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UK to launch new international space collaborations

Posted 1 October 2020

International space projects in robotics, disaster relief and space debris, could be among the new pioneering collaborations backed by £5 million of new UK Government funding.

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UK-built supercomputer nanosatellites launched

Posted 29 September 2020

Four UK Government-backed nanosatellites - manufactured in Scotland - were launched yesterday afternoon.

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Dstl to conduct first space mission

Posted 28 September 2020

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) will conduct the first tasking of a commercial satellite by a UK Government-owned and operated ground station for nearly 20 years.

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Government to explore new ways of delivering 'sat nav' for the UK

Posted 25 September 2020

The UK Government is to explore new options for a UK satellite navigation and timing capability programme to support the nation’s critical infrastructure.

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Airbus selected for ESA’s new polar ice and snow topography mission

Posted 22 September 2020

The European Space Agency (ESA) has selected Airbus to develop and build the Copernicus polar ice and snow topography mission (CRISTAL).

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UK Government backs British companies tackling space debris

Posted 17 September 2020

Seven pioneering projects which will develop new sensor technology or artificial intelligence to monitor hazardous space debris, were announced yesterday by the UK Space Agency.

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Airbus-built Copernicus to be transported to California for launch

Posted 17 September 2020

Airbus space engineers are preparing the European ocean satellite 'Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich' for its journey to the Vandenberg launch site in California.

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UK built nanosatellites ready for take off

Posted 14 September 2020

UK Government backed ‘nanosatellites’ - built in Glasgow - will launch later this month, joining a fleet of more than 100 objects in low Earth orbit that predict global trade movements.

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Inmarsat's GX Aviation now on 100 Qatar Airways aircraft

Posted 9 September 2020

Inmarsat announced today that its award-winning GX Aviation inflight broadband is now available on 100 Qatar Airways aircraft.

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R4 Integration system secures type approval for Inmarsat's Global Xpress

Posted 9 September 2020

Provider of airborne roll-on/roll-off communication systems for US and partner government aircraft, R4 Integration, Inc. (R4), has received type approval for its R4 C-130 Multi-Purpose Hatch System (MPHS)

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Mark Hewer appointed CEO of Telespazio UK

Posted 8 September 2020

Telespazio UK has appointed Mark Hewer as CEO of the company, succeeding Marco Folino, who has been appointed as Managing Director and CEO of Spaceopal (a DLR GfR and Telespazio company).

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L3Harris Technologies selects Kinaxis RapidResponse

Posted 3 September 2020

L3Harris Technologies has selected Kinaxis RapidResponse to support strategic and tactical decision-making across its supply chains.

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UK Space Agency invites local space cluster proposals

Posted 1 September 2020

The UK Space Agency is inviting proposals for activity to develop the maturity of an early-stage local space cluster in line with its ambitions to grow the space sector across the whole of the UK.

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UK push for landmark UN resolution to agree responsible behaviour in space

Posted 27 August 2020

A global discussion to avoid conflict in space has been launched under a new initiative driven by the UK.

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SEA-KIT USV completes satellite controlled Atlantic Ocean ops

Posted 19 August 2020

SEA-KIT’s 12m Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV) ‘Maxlimer’ returned to Plymouth on Friday after 22 days of remote survey operations on Europe’s continental margin, having mapped over 1,000sq km of ocean floor since late July,

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Space Hub Sutherland wins planning approval

Posted 19 August 2020

Ambitious plans to launch satellites into orbit from the north Highlands of Scotland have been approved by the area’s local authority.

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UK space projects addressing development issues given £3.4m cash boost

Posted 19 August 2020

Today, on World Humanitarian Day, the UK Space Agency has announced £3.4 million of new funding for 10 leading-edge projects that back UK academics using space to tackle global development problems – from

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Airbus to build BADR-8 satellite for Arabsat

Posted 18 August 2020

Airbus has been contracted by Arabsat to build BADR-8, their new generation telecommunications satellite, which will replace and increase Arabsat’s capacity and augment its core business at the BADR hotspot 26°E.

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Sentinel-1C radar antenna spreads its wings

Posted 11 August 2020

Fixed to a special device, simulating zero gravity conditions, the 12.3 metre wide and 860 kg SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) radar antenna of the Copernicus Sentinel-1C satellite has successfully spread its wings at the Airbus Integrated

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UK space launch sector builds foundation for collaborative future

Posted 7 August 2020

Industry leaders are urging the UK government to establish world-class rules to enable safe, environmentally conscious and commercially viable space launches from British soil.

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Virgin Orbit to launch 11 satellites for NASA on Launch Demo 2

Posted 6 August 2020

Virgin Orbit’s upcoming Launch Demo 2 mission on LauncherOne will carry 11 small satellites from NASA onboard, as part of NASA’s CubeSat Initiative (CSLI).

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Giant leap for UK spaceflight programme

Posted 29 July 2020

A public consultation on regulations that will support the Space Industry Act 2018 opened today, paving the way for the UK's first ever space launch.

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UK and US militaries launch International Space Pitch Day

Posted 29 July 2020

Start-up tech companies and inventors will get the chance to pitch directly to UK and US military leaders for the $1 million investment to fast-track their ideas for cutting-edge Space innovations.

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Virgin Galactic reveals SpaceShipTwo cabin interior

Posted 29 July 2020

Virgin Galactic has revealed the cabin interior of its first SpaceShipTwo vehicle, VSS Unity.

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UK scientists help NASA seek life on Mars

Posted 29 July 2020

Scientists from the UK are playing a vital role in a NASA mission to Mars set to launch tomorrow.

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UK space innovation programme launched

Posted 28 July 2020

A new National Space Innovation Programme has launched, with an initial £15 million funding for projects related to Earth observation, communications and international partnerships.

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Teledyne’s CCDs integrated into NASA’s Mars Rover Perseverance

Posted 28 July 2020

Teledyne e2v is providing its CCD42-10 image sensor to drive two of the instruments, SuperCam and SHERLOC, on board NASA’s Mars Rover Perseverance, scheduled to launch 30th July at 07:50 Eastern Time, aimed at searching

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Hughes to join UK Government and Bharti in OneWeb consortium

Posted 27 July 2020

Hughes Network Systems today announced its participation in the winning consortium, led by the UK Government and Bharti Enterprises (Bharti), that will acquire OneWeb out of bankruptcy.

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Airbus signs Skynet 6A satellite contract with UK MoD

Posted 20 July 2020

Airbus Defence and Space has signed a contract with the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) to extend and enhance the Skynet fleet.

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UK built spacecraft captures closest ever images of the Sun

Posted 16 July 2020

The closest images ever taken of the Sun, captured by the UK built Solar Orbiter spacecraft, have been released today.

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Airbus expands its SpaceDataHighway with second satellite

Posted 16 July 2020

The EDRS-C satellite, the second node of Airbus’ SpaceDataHighway constellation, completed its commissioning tests on 15th July 2020 and is now ready to start operational services.

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Virgin Galactic makes changes in preparation for commercial service

Posted 16 July 2020

Virgin Galactic Holdings, Inc., has announced the appointments of Michael Colglazier as Virgin Galactic’s new Chief Executive Officer and George Whitesides as Chief Space Officer, effective 20th July 2020.

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Young people tackle Earth's problems from space

Posted 15 July 2020

Some of the UK’s best and brightest young minds have been awarded for their imaginative ideas to combat global and local problems using space.

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UK space sector to back 50 SP-INternships this summer

Posted 13 July 2020

Despite the widespread disruption and uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the UK space sector is recruiting 50 paid space internships this summer.

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UK Space Agency backs Covid-19 testing kit drone deliveries

Posted 10 July 2020

Drones delivering Covid-19 test kits and a mobile app that uses space-derived data to identify and support vulnerable or elderly people who may be suffering from poverty or loneliness, are among the projects that have been

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UK Space Agency, ESA and DCMS seek 5G logistics support solutions

Posted 9 July 2020

The UK Space Agency, European Space Agency (ESA) and DCMS have joined forces to invite companies to submit ideas for how they can use 5G terrestrial and space technology to support the UK’s logistics businesses – from

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Government grants available for UK space tech projects

Posted 7 July 2020

Government grants worth up to £75,000 are available to the UK space sector to develop new commercial technologies and bring them closer to market.

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Nick Shave appointed Chair of UKspace

Posted 6 July 2020

Nick Shave, who has taken over as Chair of UKspace, the trade association of the UK space industry, has described space as a “critical strategic asset for the nation” and called for “even greater collaboration between the space industry and Government

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QinetiQ wins €8.5m ESA contract

Posted 6 July 2020

QinetiQ’s space business has secured a new contract worth €8.5 million with the European Space Agency (ESA) for the development and production of microgravity-based heat transfer experiments, expected to be installed on the International Space Station

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UK Government acquires OneWeb

Posted 3 July 2020

The UK Government has today led a successful bid to acquire OneWeb, which develops cutting-edge satellite technology in the UK and USA.

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BAE Systems delivers first radiation-hardened RAD5545 radios

Posted 2 July 2020

BAE Systems has delivered its first shipment of next-generation radiation-hardened software defined radios (SDR) enabled by its RAD5545 computer to Lockheed Martin Space.

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Bright Ascension develops xSPANCION software

Space software technology provider, Bright Ascension Ltd., has announced the start of development work as part of the partnership with AAC Clyde Space to deliver a multi-year xSPANCION project, funded by the European Space Agency

Shetland space launch site plans lodged

Major planning proposals have been submitted to Shetland Islands Council on behalf of Shetland Space Centre by town planning consultants Farningham Planning Ltd., with the creation of a space launch facility in Unst set to provide

NSPTF to be based at Westcott Space Cluster

Science Minister Amanda Solloway has announced today that a National Space Propulsion Test Facility (NSPTF) will soon open its doors at the Westcott Space Cluster site.

Virgin Orbit completes NASA LSP launch demo

Virgin Orbit's LauncherOne rocket reached space during the company’s second launch demonstration, successfully deploying 10 payloads for NASA’s Launch Services Program (LSP).

ESA books two payload missions on Airbus Bartolomeo platform

The European Space Agency (ESA) and Airbus have agreed on service orders for two independent payload missions to be launched to the Bartolomeo payload hosting facility on the International Space Station (ISS) in 2022 and 2024,

Orbex secures $24m funding round for UK space launch

Orbex has secured $24 million in a funding round led by UK investment company BGF and Octopus Ventures, one of the largest VCs in Europe.

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