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Serco acquires Sapienza

Posted 27 May 2022

Serco Group plc has entered into an agreement to acquire Sapienza Group, from TP Group plc, to expand its offering to the European space sector.

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Space-Comm Expo returns to spearhead commercialisation of space

Posted 26 May 2022

The commercialisation of space will be propelled to the forefront of the industry’s agenda as Space-Comm Expo returns 7th-8th September 2022 at Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre.

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Skyrora completes 70kN engine tests in line with ESA’s Boost! programme

Posted 23 May 2022

Skyrora has successfully completed and documented a 70kN rocket engine test, marking a key milestone in its contract under the European Space Agency (ESA)’s Commercial Space Transportation Services

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SaxaVord Spaceport to launch ‘dress rehearsal’ rocket

Posted 20 May 2022

As part of the preparation for the UK’s first commercial vertical space launch, SaxaVord Spaceport today announced a planned site-wide dress rehearsal culminating with a small rocket lifting off from their Lamba Ness

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Final Pléiades Neo satellites ready to join rest of family

Posted 19 May 2022

The last two satellites of the Airbus-built, owned and operated Pléiades Neo constellation are on track for launch later this year, following successful final tests in Toulouse’s clean rooms.

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Omnidea funded by SPRINT to develop CubeSats plasma thruster

Posted 18 May 2022

Omnidea Ltd - the UK arm of Omnidea Group - has signed up to the national SPRINT (SPace Research and Innovation Network for Technology) business support programme.

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Landmark partnership between US and UK to launch new era of spaceflight

Posted 13 May 2022

Future spaceflight will be made easier and cheaper, following a landmark partnership with the US to help cut red tape and boost opportunities in the UK, signed by the Transport Secretary this week in Washington.

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US Space Force to use ViaLite’s wideband links for satellite backhaul

Posted 12 May 2022

With their ability to operate simultaneously across the L and S-bands, wideband fiber optic links from ViaLite are to be used in the backhaul network for the US Space Force’s new satellite mesh network.

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Serco awarded first space contract in France

Posted 12 May 2022

Serco Europe has been awarded its first framework contract to support the French public authority Service and Payment Agency’s (ASP) work for the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP).

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UK's Orbex unveils first full-scale microlauncher rocket developed in Europe

Posted 11 May 2022

UK-based spaceflight company Orbex has unveiled the first full-scale prototype of the Prime orbital space rocket on its dedicated launch pad publicly for the first time, which is considered to be the

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SaxaVord UK Spaceport aims to expand Astra’s launch capacity

Posted 10 May 2022

Astra Space, Inc. (Astra) and SaxaVord UK Spaceport today announced that they are partnering to increase access to space, by providing dedicated orbital launch services to a growing satellite market.

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Webb’s coolest instrument captures first star

Posted 9 May 2022

The UK’s main contribution to the James Webb Space Telescope, the Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI), has now opened its eye to the sky.

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Space Suppliers Summit set for liftoff in Glasgow

Posted 5 May 2022

International B2B event specialists Advanced Business Events are organising the Space Suppliers Summit, an international conference and exhibition aimed at connecting buyers and suppliers across space manufacturing sector,

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Northern Ireland’s space sector boosted by APPG visit

Posted 5 May 2022

According to Robert Hill, Director of the Northern Ireland Space Office, when speaking to the Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG), David Morris MP, during a visit by him to Northern Ireland last week, space is not just

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Space Forge sat to test Cosmic Shielding's Plasteel on UK's first sovereign launch

Posted 4 May 2022

Cosmic Shielding Corporation has forged an agreement with UK start-up Space Forge to test Cosmic Shielding's Plasteel radiation shielding technology aboard Space Forge's new small

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Cobham Satcom and UltiSat sign distribution agreement

Posted 3 May 2022

Cobham Satcom and UltiSat, Inc. have signed a strategic distributor and integrator agreement, enabling UltiSat to offer Cobham Satcom tracking systems to provide US and NATO defence organisations with enhanced SATCOM

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UK built VELO hopes to answer ultimate existential questions

Posted 3 May 2022

The final piece of an all-new detector - the Vertex Locator (VELO) - has completed the first leg of its journey towards unlocking some of the most enduring mysteries of the Universe.

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Patrick McCall joins Seraphim’s investment team

Posted 3 May 2022

Seraphim Space Manager LLP, manager of Seraphim Space Investment Trust plc (the world’s first listed Space Tech Fund), has announced that former Senior Partner of Virgin Group, Patrick McCall, will join the company as a Venture

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Inmarsat wins AUVSI XCELLENCE Technology Hall of Fame Award 2022

Posted 29 April 2022

Inmarsat has been awarded top honours at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) XCELLENCE Awards 2022, after being named recipient of the prestigious ‘Technology Hall of

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Skyrora faces bureaucratic delay of Icelandic launch

Posted 27 April 2022

British rocket company Skyrora has called on the Icelandic government to grant the licence that would end a months-long delay to Europe's largest-ever rocket launch, originally set for September 2021.

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Lord David Willetts appointed as Chair of UK Space Agency Board

Posted 27 April 2022

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has appointed Lord David Willetts as the Chair of the UK Space Agency’s Board.

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Inmarsat partners with Bellweather and Dimetor on UAVs

Posted 26 April 2022

Inmarsat today expanded the Partner Network for its Velaris UAV connectivity solution with the addition of software company Dimetor, which facilitates Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) operations in cellular networks and

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Thales UK launches new jobs scheme with STEM Returners

Posted 26 April 2022

Thales UK has teamed up with STEM Returners to launch a pilot programme open to engineers who have had a career break.

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Cammach Bryant clinches SaxaVord recruitment contract

Posted 26 April 2022

Aberdeen-based Cammach Bryant, has won an initial 12 month contract with SaxaVord - the UK’s first vertical launch space port - to lead a recruitment drive at the company’s launch site and ground station in Unst,

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UK Export Finance appoints Tim Reid as head of Business Group

Posted 25 April 2022

UK Export Finance, the UK’s award-winning export credit agency, appoints Tim Reid to lead its Business Group.

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Minister of State for Northern Ireland visits Resonate Testing

Posted 25 April 2022

The Minister of State for Northern Ireland, Conor Burns MP visited Newry based testing company, Resonate Testing last week to engage and gain a detailed understanding of the company’s work, the sectors it services

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NASA selects Inmarsat as CSP partner

Posted 21 April 2022

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has selected Inmarsat Government, Inc. as a delivery partner for its Communications Services Project (CSP).

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Heathcoat Fabrics recognised with Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation

Posted 21 April 2022

Tiverton-based textile manufacturer Heathcoat Fabrics has been recognised with a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation.

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Viasat joins Harwell Space Cluster

Posted 19 April 2022

Viasat Inc. today announced it has joined the Space Cluster on the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus as it seeks new technology and research partnerships in the UK.

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Dr Carol Marsh OBE joins Celestia UK

Posted 15 April 2022

Celestia UK has announced that Dr Carol Marsh OBE, CEng FIET, Chair of the IET Council and of the Engineering Policy Group Scotland, has joined the business as its new Head of Digital Systems.

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Webb’s coldest instrument reaches operating temperature

Posted 14 April 2022

The UK’s main contribution to the James Webb Space Telescope, the Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI), has been carefully cooled to its operational temperature.

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UK space sector creates 3,000 jobs in one year

Posted 13 April 2022

The number of UK space jobs continued to grow into 2020, despite the global impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new figures released today in the 'Size and Health of the UK Space Industry 2021' report.

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Youngster’s winning logo to go on UK’s historic first space launches

Posted 12 April 2022

A six year old from Bolton has won a competition to design a logo that will be displayed on the first rockets launching satellites from the UK later this year.

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UK to build brain of SKAO telescopes

Posted 11 April 2022

More than £15 million has been awarded to UK institutions which are delivering the crucial software ‘brain’ of the world’s largest radio telescope - the Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO) - which is set to explore the

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BAE Systems to develop mission data framework for US Space Systems Command

Posted 7 April 2022

BAE Systems will develop the mission data framework of the US Space Systems Command's Enterprise Management and Control (EM&C) system.

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Sentinel-6B completes environmental tests

Posted 7 April 2022

The 'Copernicus Sentinel-6' mission is already delivering high-precision measurements of the topography of ocean surfaces through the first of two satellites, named 'Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich', launched in

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The Satellite Applications Catapult, Horizon Technologies and Virgin Orbit boost UK small satellites

Posted 7 April 2022

The Satellite Applications Catapult and Virgin Orbit have announced an agreement to launch the latest satellite in the Catapult’s In-Orbit Demonstration (IOD)

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Space expertise brings £1.3m big data science boost to UK's North East

Posted 6 April 2022

The North East’s reputation as a major hub for space, data science and the digital industries has received a further boost with the announcement of a new £1.3 million Centre for Doctoral Training in

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Videosoft seals deal with Iridium

Posted 5 April 2022

London based Videosoft Global has entered an agreement with US-based Iridium Communications Inc. that will enable the international comms business to benefit from Videosoft's ultra-low bandwidth video transmission technology.

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Peli appoints Piero Marigo to President of International Business

Posted 5 April 2022

Peli Products has promoted Piero Marigo to President of International Business - with oversight of EMEAI, Asia, and Australia - reporting directly to the CEO of Pelican Products, Phil Gyori, effective 30th March 2022.

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New algorithm could be quantum leap in search for gravitational waves

Posted 5 April 2022

A team from the University of Glasgow’s School of Physics & Astronomy have developed a quantum algorithm to drastically cut down the time it takes to match gravitational wave signals against a vast

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UK Space Command contracts with SSTL for Carbonite+ Satellite

Posted 4 April 2022

Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) has signed a £22 million contract with Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) on behalf of Space Command for Carbonite+, a 150kg spacecraft.

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New 1,000 object star-spotter gets first light at Edinburgh lab

Posted 31 March 2022

The UK Astronomy Technology Centre (UK ATC) has celebrated a major milestone for the Multi-Object Optical and Near-infrared Spectrograph (MOONS), which is the next generation spectrograph for the European Southern

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Inmarsat's GX Aviation enhances China Airlines' inflight Wi-Fi

Posted 29 March 2022

China Airlines’ first Airbus A321neo aircraft entered commercial service on Sunday 27th March 2022, offering an enhanced onboard experience that includes Inmarsat’s high-speed GX Aviation inflight

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Thermoteknix marks 40 years of thermal imaging innovation

Posted 28 March 2022

Cambridge based Thermoteknix is celebrating 40 years as an international engineering and manufacturing specialist of thermal imaging, night vision and temperature measurement solutions for industrial applications,

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Isotropic Systems partners with SpaceBridge on fully integrated terminal

Posted 25 March 2022

Isotropic Systems has entered a strategic integration partnership with SpaceBridge, that secures a fully integrated SpaceBridge waveform option enabling dynamic waveform selection and switching between

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Isotropic Systems completes pivotal LEO test ahead of launch

Posted 23 March 2022

Developer of transformational multi-link satellite technology, Isotropic Systems, has completed field tests demonstrating its ground-breaking new terminal is capable of tracking and establishing a communications

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Orbex and FORCE Technology win ESA advanced rocket engine testing contract

Posted 23 March 2022

Orbex and FORCE Technology have been awarded a new contract from the European Space Agency (ESA) to further develop an X-Ray Inspection System for rocket engines.

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Inmarsat and Orbit develop JX business aviation broadband terminal

Posted 23 March 2022

The business aviation market will have access to a new compact and lightweight terminal for Inmarsat’s Jet ConneX (JX) inflight broadband solution from early next year, after the company expanded its

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Seraphim Space welcomes Bob Wigley, Chairman of UK Finance, as Senior Advisor

Posted 22 March 2022

Seraphim Space has today announced the appointment of Bob Wigley as a Senior Advisor, who is currently the Chairman of UK Finance.

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Isotropic Systems partners with ST Engineering iDirect on fully integrated multi-orbit terminal

Posted 22 March 2022

Developer of transformational multi-link satellite technology, Isotropic Systems, has announced a strategic integration partnership with sat comm specialist ST Engineering

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OneWeb to resume satellite launches through agreement with SpaceX

Posted 21 March 2022

OneWeb, the LEO the low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite communications company, announced today that the company and SpaceX entered into an agreement that will enable OneWeb to resume satellite launches.

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Isotropic Systems unveils world’s first military spec, multi-link, mobility Ka-band terminal range

Posted 21 March 2022

Isotropic Systems today unveiled the GM2000 Terminal Range series - a new military spec, multi-link, mobility Ka-band ground satellite terminal with fully integrated power

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Inmarsat and Viasat work with BEIS on supporting UK space agenda

Posted 21 March 2022

Inmarsat and Viasat have agreed on a package of legally-binding economic undertakings with the UK Government's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) as part of the proposed combination

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SpaceChain opens UAE office in Abu Dhabi

Posted 16 March 2022

SpaceChain today announced the opening of its UAE office in Abu Dhabi to mark its foray into the burgeoning space sector in the Middle East, where it will work closely with start-ups and organisations across the region to drive new opportunities in

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AdaCore introduces GNAT Pro Assurance with reinforced security support

Posted 15 March 2022

Provider of software development and verification tools, AdaCore, today announced that the latest version of its signature GNAT Pro Assurance product has introduced a service that helps customers with their

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Skyrora opens the UK’s largest rocket engine testing facility

Posted 15 March 2022

UK rocket company Skyrora hits another significant milestone as it scales up its operations in preparation for an orbital launch, with the opening of a new rocket engine testing facility in Scotland.

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UKSA funds pioneering energy, communication and resources projects

Posted 14 March 2022

British space technology will help pioneer new approaches to energy, communications and resources, thanks to new projects from the UK Space Agency (UKSA).

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Wazoku and Jisc encourage UK students to address biodiversity and AI challenges

Posted 10 March 2022

Innovation scale-up Wazoku is partnering with Jisc to launch a series of open innovation challenges that seek to harness the collective brainpower of the two million students in UK higher education, to

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SaxaVord Spaceport submits licence applications to the CAA

Posted 10 March 2022

Fresh from securing planning permission, SaxaVord UK Spaceport has formally submitted its Spaceport and Range Licence applications this week to the industry regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

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UK strengthens ban on Russian aircraft and introduces new trade sanctions

Posted 9 March 2022

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss today announced a new suite of aviation sanctions giving the UK Government new powers to detain any Russian aircraft here in the UK, as additional trade measures were also

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University of Glasgow seeks meteorite hunters

Posted 4 March 2022

One year on from the first successful recovery of a meteorite to land on British soil in three decades, people across the country are being urged to keep their eyes on the skies.

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Lockheed Martin invests in Satellite Vu

Posted 2 March 2022

British Earth Observation scale-up Satellite Vu, has successfully closed the second round of its Series A fundraising, bringing total investment to £20 million,with American investors Lockheed Martin and In-Q-Tel investing in its

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Webb Fellowship awarded for the study of giant planets

Posted 1 March 2022

An early-career planetary scientist, Dr Henrik Melin, has been awarded the third-ever Webb Fellowship and will study the atmospheres of giant planets using the James Webb Space Telescope.

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Cranfield and Inmarsat report reveals tech set to transform aviation

Posted 1 March 2022

With a rebound in air travel now underway, a new report published today by Cranfield University and Inmarsat highlights the critical role that digital connectivity will play in accelerating aviation’s

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SaxaVord Spaceport agrees deal with French rocket developer VOS

Posted 1 March 2022

SaxaVord UK Spaceport has broadened its reach into the European launch market, agreeing a deal with French small launch rocket developer Venture Orbital Systems (VOS).

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Lockheed Martin accelerates UK space strategy

Posted 1 March 2022

Lockheed Martin is looking for North East businesses and skills organisations to support its plans to develop a bold new future for the UK's space sector.

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Shetland set for construction of UK’s first vertical launch spaceport

Posted 28 February 2022

Construction of the UK’s first vertical spaceport is scheduled to begin in late March after it received planning approval from its local authority, Shetland Islands Council.

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SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket to launch latest Inmarsat satellite

Posted 28 February 2022

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the second in the Inmarsat-6 series of satellites, I-6 F2, from Cape Canaveral, Florida in Q1 2023.

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Funding for next gen space science missions

Posted 25 February 2022

New funding has been awarded to 10 UK projects that will develop technologies for the next generation of space science missions.

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UK Space Agency to co-host Summit for Space Sustainability

Posted 24 February 2022

The UK Space Agency will co-host a global summit to agree new ways of ensuring a safe, sustainable and secure space environment, including tackling space debris which threatens the satellites we rely on in our daily lives.

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UK-Australia Space Bridge marks first anniversary

Posted 23 February 2022

Today marks the first anniversary of the Space Bridge between UK and Australia - a partnership focused on facilitating collaboration between the two countries’ space sectors.

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Thales Alenia Space wins ESA study contract to develop payload to extract Oxygen on the Moon

Posted 23 February 2022

Thales Alenia Space, a joint venture between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), has signed a study contract with the European Space Agency (ESA) worth one million euros for a payload

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UK and partners publish vision for responsible space operations

Posted 23 February 2022

As part of the Combined Space Operations Initiative (CSpO), the UK has published a vision affirming a commitment to lead as responsible actors in space.

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Ground segments set to transform satellite connectivity

Posted 23 February 2022

A whitepaper produced by Euroconsult and ST Engineering iDirect, has outlined the pivotal role of ground segments in enabling the satellite industry to fully embrace an unprecedented transformation, heralding a new era in

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Jacqui Sutton appointed as a Non-Executive Director of Farnborough International

Posted 22 February 2022

Jacqui Sutton has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director of Farnborough International, further strengthening the organisation’s evolution and growth strategy.

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Welsh Government launches National Space Strategy for Wales

Posted 22 February 2022

A new strategy to ensure Wales operates at the forefront of the global space sector, helping create high-quality jobs across the country, has been launched by the Welsh Government.

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C2C delivers energy-efficient cleanroom at Space Park Leicester

Posted 22 February 2022

Connect 2 Cleanrooms (C2C) has built an energy-efficient Satellite Engineering Cleanroom for Bowmer + Kirkland at Space Park Leicester.

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Scottish Space sector charts path to a sustainable future

Posted 22 February 2022

A specialist working group of the industry-led Space Scotland is contributing to the development of a sustainable space sector by collaborating on a roadmap that will focus on environmental issues in one of Scotland’s

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Satellite Vu signs launch deal with SpaceX

Posted 21 February 2022

UK space firm, Satellite Vu, has signed a launch deal with Elon Musk’s aerospace company, SpaceX, to launch the world’s highest resolution thermal imaging satellite in early 2023.

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Space sector set to create new jobs in Highland and Moray

Posted 18 February 2022

Ambitious plans to create hundreds of high quality jobs and business opportunities by developing a North Highland and Moray ‘space cluster’ have received a £38,000 boost from the UK Space Agency.

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Advanced new terminal for Jet ConneX enters development phase

Posted 15 February 2022

An advanced new terminal for Inmarsat’s business aviation inflight broadband solution Jet ConneX, developed by Satcom Direct (SD), has moved a step closer to commercial service after successfully communicating

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OneWeb launches 34 satellites

Posted 11 February 2022

OneWeb has confirmed the successful deployment of 34 satellites by Arianespace from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana.

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Airbus showcasing sustainable aerospace ambition at Singapore Airshow 2022

Posted 11 February 2022

Airbus will be one of the largest exhibitors at the upcoming Singapore Airshow, showcasing its latest products, services and its commitment to sustainable aerospace.

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Peli expands EZ-Click MOLLE Panel range

Posted 11 February 2022

Peli Products has expanded its offer of EZ-Click MOLLE Panels - the first lid organiser of its kind that can be quickly released and swapped out without tools - by introducing a panel specific for the Peli 1510 Protector Case.

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Brickhouse launching All Frontiers

Posted 11 February 2022

Brickhouse Media Group is launching a specialist brand dedicated to the aerospace and space sector, called All Frontiers.

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UK candidates make it to next round of ESA’s astronaut call

Posted 11 February 2022

The latest figures from the European Space Agency (ESA) show more than 160 applicants from the UK have made it through to the next round of their astronaut call.

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STEM Returners launches its 2022 annual survey

Posted 11 February 2022

STEM Returners has launched its annual survey to understand STEM professionals’ experiences of trying to re-enter the sector after a career break.

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University of Edinburgh partners with AstroAgency

Posted 10 February 2022

Edinburgh based AstroAgency has completed a contract with the University of Edinburgh (UoE) to provide guidance for anyone looking to get involved in the space sector.

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Serco expands space services to the Czech Republic

Posted 10 February 2022

Serco Europe is part of a consortium that has been awarded a new four-year contract valued up to €25.5 million to provide support services to the newly set up European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA).

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Inmarsat and Harvest launch high-def UAV livestreaming solution

Posted 10 February 2022

Inmarsat today expanded the partner network for its advanced Velaris connectivity solution with the addition of Harvest Technology Group (Harvest), an Australia-based specialist in ultra-low bandwidth C2 data and HD

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Apprentices among those shortlisted in climate satellite design competition

Posted 10 February 2022

Five teams - including one made up of apprentices - have been shortlisted for the Government’s Nanosat Design Competition, competing for a share of the £600,000 Challenge Fund.

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Dstl announces 2022 satellite launch

Posted 9 February 2022

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) will launch its first satellites in 2022 in the next phase of growing the UK’s space research capabilities.

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Microgravity experiments may help future space missions find water

Posted 8 February 2022

New research on generating oxygen from water found on the surfaces of other planets could help support future long-term missions to the Moon and Mars.

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National Apprenticeship Week 2022 begins

Posted 7 February 2022

Today marks the start of the National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) 2022 - 7th to 11th February - celebrating the positive impact apprenticeships bring to employers, individuals and the economy.

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Spaceport and Met Office reach forecasting agreement

Posted 7 February 2022

SaxaVord UK Spaceport is to install a weather station with the support of the Met Office, to help with forecasting for rocket launches.

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Peli Products appoints Fabienne Smolinski-Lopez as Chief Human Resources Officer

Posted 4 February 2022

Peli Products has announced the appointment of Fabienne Smolinski-Lopez as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) effective 24th January 2022, reporting to Chief Executive Officer, Phil Gyori.

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Orbex applies for CAA licence to launch first rockets from Scotland

Posted 3 February 2022

Orbex has submitted its application to the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for a launch licence, the latest stage on its roadmap to beginning commercial space launches from the UK.

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UKSA searches for young space entrepreneurs ahead of first UK rocket launches

Posted 3 February 2022

Young people have the chance to a share of £50,000 and expert advice for their ideas on how satellites could improve life on Earth, in a competition run by the UK Space Agency (UKSA).

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UKSA boosts funding for regional space clusters

Posted 2 February 2022

Ten space clusters across the UK have been given a boost, thanks to new UK Space Agency (UKSA) funding.

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Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has appointed Lord David Willetts as the Chair of the UK Space Agency’s Board.

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Seraphim Space Manager LLP, manager of Seraphim Space Investment Trust plc (the world’s first listed Space Tech Fund), has announced that former Senior Partner of Virgin Group, Patrick McCall, will join the company as a Venture

Landmark partnership between US and UK to launch new era of spaceflight

Future spaceflight will be made easier and cheaper, following a landmark partnership with the US to help cut red tape and boost opportunities in the UK, signed by the Transport Secretary this week in Washington.

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BAE Systems will develop the mission data framework of the US Space Systems Command's Enterprise Management and Control (EM&C) system.

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