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Airbus Solar Orbiter heads for the Sun in Florida

Posted 18 October 2019

Airbus' Stevenage built Solar Orbiter, the European Space Agency’s (ESA) flagship mission to study the Sun, has completed all tests and is set to be flown to Cape Canaveral ready for its launch in February 2020.

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Virgin Galactic and Under Armour unveil world’s first exclusive spacewear for private astronauts

Posted 16 October 2019

Today saw the unveiling of the collaboratively designed spacewear system for Virgin Galactic astronauts, realised through a unique partnership between Virgin Galactic and Under

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UK Space Agency seeks GNSS solutions

Posted 16 October 2019

UK organisations can express an interest in seeking funding to develop receivers for a future UK global navigation satellite system (GNSS), with the best ideas possibly in line for contracts under the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI).

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Skyrora opens engine test facility

Posted 14 October 2019

One of Europe’s leading launch vehicle companies, Skyrora, has announced the opening of a European engine test facility and the completion of the first phase of tests for its 30kN rocket engine.

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Link Microtek introduces new dual-channel Ku-band rotary joint

Posted 9 October 2019

Hampshire based Link Microtek has released a new dual-channel Ku-band rotary joint which is ideal for satellite-on-the-move and radar applications.

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Virgin Galactic secures investment from Boeing

Posted 8 October 2019

Boeing will invest $20 million in Virgin Galactic, as the two companies aim at working together to broaden commercial space access and transform global travel technologies.

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RAF pilot seconded to Virgin Orbit space programme

Posted 3 October 2019

The Royal Air Force (RAF) and Virgin Orbit have selected the RAF pilot to be seconded to the company’s ground-breaking small satellite launch programme.

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UK Space Agency joins Women in Aerospace Europe organisation

Posted 3 October 2019

The UK Space Agency has committed to playing a leading role in supporting the progression and visibility of women in one of the UK’s fastest growing industries, by joining Women in Aerospace Europe (WIA-E) as a corporate

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Virgin Galactic signs Italian Air Force research flight contract

Posted 3 October 2019

Virgin Galactic has announced a new contract with the Italian Air Force for a research flight on the company’s SpaceShipTwo system during which Italian researchers will actively conduct experiments while they are in

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Aerospace company bids to become ‘super’ Nova in UK-Australia joint space race

Posted 2 October 2019

The recently proposed UK-Australia ‘Space Bridge’ agreement is expected to unlock greater collaboration between governments, regulators and industry, signalling opportunities for Australian – UK

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Tim Peake welcomes UK Space Agency aim to reach a million children a year

Posted 27 September 2019

The UK Space Agency has launched an initiative to help the space sector deliver a million engagement activities a year with young people across the UK.

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Celestia UK gears up for eScan expansion

Posted 27 September 2019

Celestia Technologies UK Ltd (Celestia UK) is gearing up for the further development and commercialisation of its next generation, electronic scanning (eScan), phased array ground station by making additional UK recruitment investment to

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Cobham unveils world's first highly-integrated power switch controllers for space

Posted 25 September 2019

Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions has introduced highly-integrated smart power switch controllers, the first of their kind for space and satellite applications.

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Skyrora demos its latest tech at UK Space Conference

Posted 25 September 2019

Skyrora is demonstrating its latest in-house technology as it gears up for its first launch in 2022, at the prestigious UK Space Conference taking place at the ICC in Newport, Wales, this week.

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Science Minister unveils funding package at UK Space Conference

Posted 24 September 2019

A new package of space funding was unveiled by Science Minister Chris Skidmore at the UK Space Conference today, which is being held at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Newport, South Wales (24th-26th

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British research into space weather forecasting given £20m boost

Posted 24 September 2019

British satellites will be better protected through a £20 million boost to predict severe space weather events, the PM has announced whilst at the UN General Assembly today.

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Search begins for aspiring UK rocket scientists to retain international title

Posted 23 September 2019

The UK’s aspiring astronauts and rocket scientists are being called upon to compete in the UK’s largest youth rocket competition. Students aged 11 – 18 are invited to enter the UK Youth Rocketry Challenge

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BAE Systems establishes USAF SMC team

Posted 19 September 2019

BAE Systems has partnered with LinQuest, Booz Allen Hamilton, a.i. solutions, Space Vector, Advanced Core Concepts, VETS and GreenDart, to offer support for the US Air Force (USAF) Space and Missile Systems Center’s (SMC) Launch Enterprise – Systems

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Virgin Galactic reaches manufacturing milestone

Posted 17 September 2019

Virgin Galactic announced today that it has mated the fuselage and cabin of its next spaceship to the completed wing assembly.

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UK-led satellite will identify natural resources from space

Posted 17 September 2019

The Mission and Agile Nanosatellite for Terrestrial Imagery Services (MANTIS) satellite, with UK Space Agency funding through the European Space Agency’s (ESA) InCubed Programme, will help energy and mining businesses

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Airbus to develop ultra-high-resolution satellite tech for MoD

Posted 12 September 2019

Airbus has won a design study from the UK’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) to develop the technologies for a cluster of ultra-high-resolution Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellites for the UK

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QinetiQ secures £67m MoD contract to develop secure satellite navigation receivers

Posted 11 September 2019

QinetiQ has won a £67m contract with the Ministry of Defence (MoD) Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) to develop multi-constellation satellite receivers under the UK Robust Global

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Inmarsat’s GX Aviation now on Virgin Atlantic’s A350

Posted 11 September 2019

Inmarsat's award-winning GX Aviation inflight broadband solution is now available to customers onboard the first of Virgin Atlantic’s brand new Airbus A350 aircraft.

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AEB launches Risk Assessment software

Posted 3 September 2019

Global trade and logistics software provider, AEB, has launched its new global trade software – Risk Assessment – to protect businesses from global trade violations.

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Raytheon partners with Ultra Electronics on advanced comms for US Army

Posted 29 August 2019

Gigasat, part of Middlesex based Ultra Electronics CIS (Communication and Integrated Systems) and a manufacturer of satellite and microwave equipment for secure government and military communications, has

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ExoMars rover leaves UK for testing ahead of launch

Posted 27 August 2019

The European Space Agency’s ExoMars rover is leaving the UK for Airbus in Toulouse where it will undergo crucial testing ahead of delivery to Thales Alenia Space.

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BAE Systems' RAD750 powers GPS III satellite

Posted 23 August 2019

GPS III, the most powerful Global Positioning System satellite ever built, launched from Cape Canaveral yesterday, equipped with BAE Systems' RAD750 Single Board Computer.

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British built Mars rover receives PanCam

Posted 21 August 2019

The panoramic camera system (PanCam) which will allow the UK-built Rosalind Franklin Mars rover to examine the Red Planet and search for signs of life, has been installed.

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Virgin Galactic opens up interior of Gateway to Space

Posted 16 August 2019

Virgin Galactic has revealed the first phase of the interior of Spaceport America in New Mexico, the world’s first-ever commercial spaceport.

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Validair launches android app for VMS

Posted 15 August 2019

Validair Monitoring Solutions Ltd (VMSL) announces the introduction of a brand new Android smartphone app for users of VMS systems incorporating the ViGIE software that offers comprehensive remote functionality as well as live monitoring of

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DARPA selects BAE Systems to develop machine learning for space scenarios

Posted 14 August 2019

BAE Systems has been awarded a Phase 2 contract from the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), to develop machine learning capabilities aimed at helping the US military gain better awareness

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Cobham releases radiation-hardened OBC reference design

Posted 12 August 2019

Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions (CAES) has announced the availability of a radiation-hardened Onboard Computing (OBC) reference design to speed the development of space computing platforms including CubeSats.

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Second launch asserts Skyrora’s position in global space race

Posted 8 August 2019

Edinburgh-based space-company, Skyrora has taken its next major step towards reaching orbit by successfully carrying out its second rocket launch.

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SMEs and first-time exhibitors join DSEI’s newly created Space Hub

Posted 29 July 2019

The debut of the DSEI Space Hub at DSEI 2019 will represent a unique opportunity for industry specialists, delegates and the MoD to look to the future and discuss the capabilities and challenges offered through the

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World first as UK kits to extract metals from Moon and Mars blast off

Posted 26 July 2019

UK scientists are leading an international project to build the world’s first space rock mining devices which use bacteria to recover minerals from rocks on the Moon and Mars.

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Skyrora conducts record first rocket engine tests

Posted 26 July 2019

Scottish space firm Skyrora has successfully carried out testing on a fully 3D-printed, commercial rocket engine for the first time ever in the UK.

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UK joins AIR Centre to develop space tech and tackle climate change

Posted 19 July 2019

Researchers will benefit from new international partnerships with 15 countries as part of the Atlantic International Research (AIR) Centre, thanks to a new agreement signed yesterday.

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UK and NASA to work on future Moon missions

Posted 18 July 2019

The UK and US space agencies have signed a statement of intent, which paves the way for UK commercial satellite communication and navigation services to be used by future NASA missions to the Moon, which was announced in a speech from Science

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Space research balloon launched from Shetland

Posted 15 July 2019

The test launch of a space research balloon from Unst in Shetland has been hailed as a major success.

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Harding and Virts break world circumnavigation speed record

Posted 11 July 2019

At 12:12:23 UTC today, Action Aviation Chairman Hamish Harding, Astronaut Terry Virts and crew made history by beating the world record for any aircraft flying over the North and South poles in a Qatar Executive Gulfstream

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Space Park Leicester receives £13.75m from Government

Posted 10 July 2019

The University of Leicester's new Manufacturing, Engineering, Technology and Earth Observation Research Centre (METEOR) has received nearly £14 million in funding through Round 6 of Research England’s flagship capital

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Virgin Galactic to merge with SCH

Posted 9 July 2019

Virgin Galactic and Social Capital Hedosophia (SCH), a public investment vehicle sponsored by Social Capital and Hedosophia, have announced that the boards of directors of each company have approved a definitive agreement under which the two companies

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Balloon test launch marks beginning of Shetland's space era

Posted 8 July 2019

The UK’s first commercial spaceflight-related activity will take place in Shetland this weekend, with the test launch of a stratospheric balloon for a system that will eventually deliver small satellites into orbit.

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Scottish supercomputer satellites launched into orbit

Posted 8 July 2019

A pair of Glasgow-built satellites which could revolutionise how data is downloaded from space were successfully launched last Friday.

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Inmarsat enhances inflight mobile broadband with Space Norway

Posted 4 July 2019

Inmarsat today announced a contract to introduce two new payloads for its Global Xpress (GX) network in partnership with Space Norway and its subsidiary Space Norway HEOSAT, supporting the continued fast-paced

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Kx leverages AI in partnership with NASA and FDL to solve space challenges

Posted 2 July 2019

Newry based Kx will once again join the NASA Frontier Development Lab (FDL) and the SETI Institute in this summer’s space research mission.

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Young space entrepreneurs pitch ideas to experts

Posted 1 July 2019

Young people with innovative ideas for how satellites can improve life on Earth, have pitched their plans to space industry experts in a bid to win support to turn them into reality.

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UK Space Agency and O2 partner on driverless cars tech

Posted 25 June 2019

The UK Space Agency is joining forces with mobile communications giant O2 to develop next-gen technology needed for driverless cars.

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Comet chase to be led by UK scientists

Posted 20 June 2019

A new mission called Comet Interceptor, which was proposed by the UK, has been targeted for launch by the European Space Agency in 2028.

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Newtec collaborates with QinetiQ

Posted 18 June 2019

Specialist satellite comms manufacturer, Newtec, today announced it is working with QinetiQ on two key projects towards full ESA certification, as it enters the Belgian space market.

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SEOSAT/Ingenio ready for testing

Posted 18 June 2019

Airbus built SEOSAT/Ingenio, the first Earth observation satellite for the European Space Agency (ESA) and Spanish government has left Madrid and is ready for final testing.

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Farnborough Airshow preparations for 2020 in full swing

Posted 18 June 2019

Although the organisers of the Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) are preparing with almost military precision for what is proving to be the fastest-ever selling show taking place in July 2020, it is urban air that is set to

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Cobham releases new TSIM3 Instruction Simulator

Posted 11 June 2019

Cobham Gaisler announced today the release of the TSIM3-GR716, a new Instruction Simulator for radiation hardened processors.

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Boeing advances biofuels, recycling and conservation

Posted 6 June 2019

Boeing released its 2019 Global Environment Report yesterday, highlighting the company's efforts towards building cleaner, more fuel-efficient airplanes and finding innovative ways to recycle and conserve resources,

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UK and US join forces on ‘space weather’ service

Posted 6 June 2019

The UK Space Agency will work with the United States in establishing an enhanced space weather forecasting system.

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Surrey-built space sail successfully deployed

Posted 5 June 2019

A pair of space sails designed and manufactured by the University of Surrey team behind RemoveDEBRIS – a project that demonstrated a number of world-first active debris removal technologies – have been successfully deployed.

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UK space sector gets government boost

Posted 5 June 2019

The government is ensuring the UK plays a leading role in the New Space Age as part of its modern Industrial Strategy, with new support for domestic satellite launch capability and space weather forecasting, as well as a new National Space Council to

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UK-led climate change forecasts mission added to ESA Earth Watch

Posted 4 June 2019

A mission proposed by the UK Space Agency has been added to the European Space Agency (ESA) Earth Watch programme, as the UK bids to host United Nations climate talks next year.

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WHP wins DISC cleanroom design and build contract

Posted 30 May 2019

The extension of a satellite manufacturing centre that supports the UK space industry, will be boosted by investment in new cleanroom technology provided by multidisciplinary engineering company WHP, which has won a contract to design

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Satellite Applications Catapult to establish Sino-British Cooperation Centre in Chengdu

Posted 30 May 2019

The Satellite Applications Catapult has signed an agreement with the Jinjiang District People’s Government of Chengdu to establish a Sino-British Cooperation Centre.

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Inmarsat's next-gen GX sat fleet to be delivered by Airbus

Posted 30 May 2019

Today Inmarsat and Airbus Defence & Space (Airbus) announced they have signed a contract to develop new satellites for Inmarsat's Global Xpress (GX) network – based on Airbus’ new OneSat – which will mark a transformative

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Inmarsat explores sat data role in Brazil mining ops

Posted 29 May 2019

Inmarsat has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Minas Gerais State Government in Brazil to explore the potential of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for monitoring the integrity of mine tailings dams in the region.

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SatelLife competition funds fresh ideas

Posted 28 May 2019

Innovative ideas from crime-fighting drones to tracking down trolleys are among the winners of the UK Space Agency’s SatelLife competition for young people.

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UK Space Agency launches £2m horizontal spaceflight development fund

Posted 22 May 2019

Future spaceports can apply for a share of £2 million to support plans for small satellite launch from aircraft and sub-orbital flight from the UK, Science Minister Chris Skidmore announced today.

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AEB teams with Bongers Expeditie and ChannelPorts on customs clearance

Posted 22 May 2019

Provider of global trade and supply chain management software, AEB, has partnered with Bongers Expeditie and ChannelPorts, to offer a central customs platform with a network of customs brokers (used for this

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Airbus signs cooperation MoU with Hellenic Space Agency

Posted 21 May 2019

Airbus and the Hellenic Space Agency have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) covering future space cooperation.

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Inmarsat partners with ApisProtect to save bees

Posted 20 May 2019

Inmarsat is working with agritech innovator ApisProtect to help stem the significant decline in bee populations and increase crop production worldwide.

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BAE Systems radiation-hardened electronics reach 10,000 years milestone

Posted 14 May 2019

BAE Systems’ radiation-hardened electronics recently reached a major milestone marking 10,000 cumulative years in orbit. The company’s technology has powered satellites and spacecraft for almost 30 years,

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UK Space Agency presents Earth Observation at Living Planet Symposium

Posted 13 May 2019

The biggest Earth Observation conference in the world kicks off in Milan today, with the UK Space Agency presenting its ambitious vision for Earth Observation through to 2040.

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DASA seeks proposals to develop innovative space tech

Posted 13 May 2019

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) has launched a competition which seeks proposals for novel and innovative solutions that can develop the UK Defence and Security space capabilities; specifically those that are not

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SSTL enters Earth observation sat data contract with Airbus

Posted 10 May 2019

Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) has recently signed a contract with Airbus to provide high resolution optical data from the SSTL S1-4, an Earth observation satellite which was launched in September 2018.

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TSF uses GX for emergency comms following Mozambique cyclones

Posted 9 May 2019

Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF) is continuing its emergency communications operations using Inmarsat's Global Xpress (GX) satellite connections, following the strongest cyclone ever recorded

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Vision Engineering launches DRV-Z1 at Control

Posted 7 May 2019

Vision Engineering Ltd., will unveil a revolutionary digital 3D stereoscopic display technology today at Control, in Stuttgart (7-10 May).

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UK scientists generate electricity from rare element to power future space missions

Posted 3 May 2019

Experts have generated electricity from a rare chemical element for the first time which may mean future space missions can be powered for up to 400 years.

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Horizon Technologies showcasing Amber CubeSat at Satellite 2019

Posted 1 May 2019

Horizon Technologies will be on the UK Pavilion sponsored by the UK Department of International Trade at Satellite 2019 in Washington, DC, 6th–9th May, showcasing its Amber Commercial SIGINT CubeSat constellation.

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Airbus and Orbital Insight create Earth Monitor

Posted 29 April 2019

Airbus Defence and Space and Orbital Insight have expanded upon their partnership agreement to create Earth Monitor, a powerful change analysis and insights service which provides situation awareness over archived or newly tasked areas

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UK delivers world's most accurate weather satellite instrument

Posted 29 April 2019

Collaboration between the UK and France has developed a sophisticated forecasting instrument that will set new standards of accuracy in short term weather prediction.

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Leonardo hosts UK-France space collaboration event

Posted 26 April 2019

Leonardo hosted a UK-France Space collaboration event yesterday at its Southampton site to mark the delivery of the first sensor package for an exciting new global weather forecasting technology

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UKAS adds compliance competency to VMSL

Posted 25 April 2019

The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) has granted accreditation to Malvern‐based Validair Monitoring Solutions Limited (VMSL) for Laboratory Calibration services that comply with ISO/IEC 17025:2017.

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Horizon Technologies and Satellite Applications Catapult to track illegal ship activities

Posted 25 April 2019

Horizon Technologies and the Satellite Applications Catapult have signed a contract to adapt Horizon Technologies’ existing FlyingFish signals intelligence (SIGINT) system for a 6U

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First ‘marsquake’ captured by UK sensors

Posted 24 April 2019

The NASA InSight lander which is supported by the UK Space Agency has recorded its first candidate for a ‘marsquake’.

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Global problems to be tackled by UK from space

Posted 24 April 2019

A new UK space industry directory has been produced, showcasing the range of UK expertise in satellite technology and how it can help tackle problems such as illegal deforestation, disaster response and food production.

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Avinor reappoints Helios for operational support

Posted 24 April 2019

Avinor Air Navigation Services, the biggest air navigation service provider in Norway, has reappointed Egis aviation, led by Helios, under a five-year framework contract for provision of consultancy and engineering services.

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Airbus appoints Jean-Marc Nasr Head of Space Systems

Posted 23 April 2019

Airbus has appointed Jean-Marc Nasr, 57, Executive Vice President Space Systems within the Airbus Defence and Space division.

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Teledyne Defence & Space win Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Posted 23 April 2019

Teledyne Defence & Space (TDS), a business unit of Teledyne UK, has won a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2019 for International Trade.

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Cobham processor tech powers SSTL's VESTA-1 nanosatellite

Posted 15 April 2019

Cobham has announced that its LEON3FT processor technology has successfully been used on the VESTA-1 nanosatellite developed and operated by Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL).

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BAE Systems Australia welcomes National SmartSat CRC

Posted 15 April 2019

BAE Systems Australia welcomes today’s announcement to establish a space industry focused SmartSat cooperative research centre (CRC).

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Reaction Engines' SABRE precooler passes first high-temperature testing

Posted 11 April 2019

A key element of Reaction Engines’ revolutionary SABRE air-breathing rocket engine has successfully passed the first phase of high-temperature testing.

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British instruments reveal secrets of Martian sky

Posted 11 April 2019

The first results from the ExoMars mission supported by the UK Space Agency reveal the effects of a massive, global dust storm on the Red Planet.

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BAE Systems unveils SDR for space applications

Posted 10 April 2019

BAE Systems has unveiled its new general software-defined radio (SDR) assembly for high reliability commercial and US Department of Defense (DoD) space applications.

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Spaceports invited to submit proposals for future rocket launches

Posted 9 April 2019

A company aiming to establishing itself as a leading UK orbital launch firm for small satellite operators, is in the process of selecting launch locations for its next three engine tests.

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SpaceChain opens UK operation

Posted 8 April 2019

Singapore-based SpaceChain has expanded its operations to the United Kingdom to leverage Europe's advanced space technologies and to drive economic development through SpaceChain's satellite infrastructure and blockchain technology.

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SSTL and OSS collaborate on disruptive smallsat SAR Payload

Posted 3 April 2019

Two of the UK’s leading Space sector companies, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) and Oxford Space Systems (OSS), have been awarded National Space Technology Programme funding to develop an innovative and

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First real-time global air traffic surveillance system operational

Posted 2 April 2019

Effective today, Aireon, the first ever real-time, global air traffic surveillance system, is fully operational and in trial use over the North Atlantic.

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Thales completes acquisition of Gemalto

Posted 2 April 2019

Thales has completed its acquisition of Gemalto for €4.8 billion, creating a Group providing technologies that underpin the critical decision chain for companies, organisations and governments.

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Free satellite data available to help tackle public sector challenges

Posted 28 March 2019

Anyone working in the UK public sector can now receive free access to more than a thousand high-resolution satellite images of Britain, the UK Space Agency has announced.

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Essex event to explore UK space opportunities for SMEs

Posted 27 March 2019

UKspace, Teledyne e2v, Innovate UK and Sprint are jointly hosting a free to attend SME Forum event – Working together to grow the UK space market – being held at the Teledyne e2v facility in Chelmsford, Essex, on Tuesday 14th May 2019,

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Report reveals benefits of space investments

Posted 26 March 2019

A new report by London Economics on behalf of the UK Space Agency, reveals that every £1 of public spending generates £3 to £4 in value for recipients in the space industry, with additional wider spillover benefits to the UK

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Virgin Galactic & TSC partner with UAE Space Agency

Posted 25 March 2019

George Whitesides, CEO of Virgin Galactic and The Spaceship Company (TSC) and Dr Mohammed Al Ahbabi, Director General, UAE Space Agency, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today that outlines cooperation across a range of

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Cranfield students competing in rocket engineering competition

Posted 21 March 2019

Students from Cranfield University are designing their own space rocket, which they hope to launch into the skies above the US later this year.

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Aerospace company bids to become ‘super’ Nova in UK-Australia joint space race

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RAF pilot seconded to Virgin Orbit space programme

The Royal Air Force (RAF) and Virgin Orbit have selected the RAF pilot to be seconded to the company’s ground-breaking small satellite launch programme.

ExoMars rover leaves UK for testing ahead of launch

The European Space Agency’s ExoMars rover is leaving the UK for Airbus in Toulouse where it will undergo crucial testing ahead of delivery to Thales Alenia Space.

UK-led satellite will identify natural resources from space

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