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Summer Astronaut Job Camp to be held at Shetland Space Centre

Posted 18 June 2021

Children will be able to participate in 'astronaut teacher' Mike Mongo’s Astronaut Job Camp, hosted from Shetland Space Centre this summer, with fees paid for.

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A generation inspired by Tim Peake

Posted 18 June 2021

Today marks the fifth anniversary of Tim Peake's Soyuz space capsule landing in the Kazakhstan desert as he returned from a six-month expedition to the International Space Station (ISS) and now hundreds of people have shared their stories of how the

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New NSPTF boosts UK space sector

Posted 17 June 2021

A new gold standard national rocket test facility - the National Space Propulsion Test Facility (NSPTF) - offering cheaper and greener testing has been unveiled by Science Minister Amanda Solloway today.

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Mars Rover lands at Advanced Engineering UK

Posted 16 June 2021

The ExoMars Rover is set to feature at Advanced Engineering UK at the NEC Birmingham (3-4 November) as part of the show’s new Space & Satellite Engineering zone.

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Peli introduces 31 Light Lift cases

Posted 16 June 2021

Peli Products has introduced 31 new case sizes to the innovative Peli-Hardigg Light Lift case line, a series of rotationally moulded cases that was conceived to ease the burden of logistics professionals everywhere.

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Teledyne e2v first to have fully space-qualified 4-Channel ADC

Posted 15 June 2021

Teledyne e2v's EV12AQ600 has just been confirmed as the industry’s first 4-channel analog-to-digital converter (ADC) to be qualified for space deployment.

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ESA/NASA validate Airbus' ERO design

Posted 15 June 2021

Airbus has passed an important milestone for the Earth Return Orbiter (ERO) mission, which will bring the first Mars samples back to Earth: it has passed the Preliminary Design Review with the European Space Agency (ESA) and with the participation of

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NORSS innovation secures £10k R&D tax credits

Posted 14 June 2021

Northumberland headquartered sustainable space specialist Northern Space & Security (NORSS) has received £10,000 in research and development (R&D) tax credits, thanks to the innovation demonstrated in its projects.

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G7 nations commit to safe and sustainable use of space

Posted 14 June 2021

At the G7 Leaders’ Summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, delegates from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the USA, the UK and the EU, pledged yesterday to take action to tackle the growing hazard of space debris as our planet’s orbit

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Top space tech investor looks forward to LSE floatation

Posted 11 June 2021

Seraphim Space Investment Trust plc today announced its intention to launch an initial public offering (IPO) on the Premium Segment of the Official List of the FCA and to begin trading on the main market of the London Stock Exchange

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UK scientists on a mission to Venus

Posted 10 June 2021

British scientists will play a leading role in a new mission to study the geology and atmosphere of Venus, our neighbouring planet, helping determine whether it was once habitable – and why Earth became the only known planet that can sustain life.

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Paul Bate appointed as UK Space Agency CEO

Posted 10 June 2021

Dr Paul Bate has been appointed as the new CEO of the UK Space Agency, with a mission to continue the expansion and success of a sector that will play an increasingly vital role in the UK economy.

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Space-Comm Expo to host British spaceport leaders

Posted 9 June 2021

UK’s first event dedicated to the commercialisation of space, Space-Comm Expo, today announced it will be hosting the first public panel discussion between four of the seven potential UK spaceports at its inaugural event at Farnborough

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Philippines MULA satellite passes SSTL Qualification Status Review

Posted 9 June 2021

Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) and the Advanced Satellite for the Philippines and Know-how Transfer for the Philippines (ASP) Project of the Space Technology Applications Mastery, Innovation and

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Airbus readies ESM-2 for crewed Moon mission

Posted 8 June 2021

The second European Service Module’s (ESM) flight model is well into the integration test phase as Airbus readies it for the initial Orion mission with astronauts – which will fly around the Moon and return to Earth.

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Isotropic Systems and SES GS set to unlock US Military next-gen connectivity

Posted 7 June 2021

SES Government Solutions (SES GS) and Isotropic Systems have successfully completed the first of two milestone next-gen antenna trials with the US Military, aimed at unleashing unprecedented

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GSI appoints Peter Young as CEO

Posted 4 June 2021

Global Surface Intelligence (GSI) today announced the appointment of Peter Young as its new CEO.

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Virgin Galactic secures IIAS research spaceflight contract

Posted 3 June 2021

Virgin Galactic has announced a new contract to fly Kellie Gerardi, a researcher for the International Institute for Astronautical Sciences (IIAS), on a dedicated research flight, during which Kellie will conduct

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Government fund will support new ideas for cleaning up space

Posted 3 June 2021

Just as its reported that the robotic arm of the International Space Station (ISS) has been hit by space junk, space firms are being invited to apply for a share of up to £800,000 in funding from the UK Space Agency to

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Worms on a mission to research muscle loss in space

Posted 3 June 2021

Today, hundreds of tiny worms are being flown to the International Space Station (ISS) as part of an experiment to understand more about human muscle loss and how to prevent it.

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OneWeb sees launch bring ‘Five to 50’ ambition closer

Posted 1 June 2021

Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite comms provider OneWeb, has confirmed the next successful launch of 36 satellites by Arianespace from the Vostochny Cosmodrome, which brings OneWeb a step closer to completing its ‘Five to 50’

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UK space sector to help protect CNI

Posted 28 May 2021

Companies at the forefront of the UK space sector have won over £2 million to help develop options for a national position, navigation and timing space system to protect UK Critical National Infrastructure (CNI).

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Royal Navy signs evaluation contract for Kleos data

Posted 28 May 2021

Kleos Space Ltd - the UK subsidiary of Kleos Space S.A. - confirmed today that the Royal Navy has signed an evaluation contract for Kleos data.

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Tomorrow’s forecaster taking shape

Posted 26 May 2021

It is six metres high, more than three metres wide, and weighs just over a tonne and it forms the backbone of the new, second generation of polar-orbiting weather satellites.

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Isotropic Systems awarded ESA ARTES C&G development contract

Posted 25 May 2021

Isotropic Systems today announced a major development contract with the European Space Agency (ESA) supported by the UK Space Agency (UKSA), receiving a commitment of over €18.5m from the UKSA to co-fund the activity

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Alpha Data launches new space development kit

Posted 25 May 2021

Alpha Data, in collaboration with Xilinx and Texas Instruments, has launched a new Space Development Kit, the ADA-SDEV-KIT3, which will help users to rapidly test the hardware and software setups that look to incorporate the Xilinx

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UK companies join forces to build revolutionary beam-hopping satellite

Posted 25 May 2021

A group of UK space tech companies are developing a new beam-hopping satellite that will allow satellites to switch which part of the world they cover.

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British spaceflight boosted with government launchpad for spaceports

Posted 24 May 2021

Satellites and rockets could launch from UK soil in 2022, with spaceports planned for Cornwall, Wales and Scotland. as another barrier to space exploration from UK soil is lifted today, with spaceports expected to

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Collaboration identified as key to Ireland's space sector

Posted 24 May 2021

According to industry experts - following the ‘Growing the Space Industry in Ireland’ webinar hosted by the Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space (ADS) Group earlier this month - the space sector is growing in popularity and

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SSTL Lunar to lead consortium for ESA Moonlight

Posted 24 May 2021

Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) has been selected by the European Space Agency (ESA) to lead a Phase A/B1 Study under ESA’s Moonlight initiative that will shape the service provision and infrastructure to provide sustainable

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Airbus releases first detailed images from Pléiades Neo 3 satellite

Posted 24 May 2021

Airbus has released a first collection of sharp images at 30cm native resolution from the Pléiades Neo 3 satellite, recently safely launched and secured in orbit.

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Virgin Galactic completes first human spaceflight from Spaceport America, New Mexico

Posted 24 May 2021

Virgin Galactic Holdings, Inc. has completed its third spaceflight and the first ever spaceflight from Spaceport America, New Mexico.

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Shetland Space Centre hosts first rocket engine tests

Posted 20 May 2021

German rocket maker HyImpulse Technologies has successfully carried out a series of engine tests in Shetland this week, marking the first rocket engine testing to be conducted at the Shetland Space Centre.

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UK companies lead the way for future Moon missions

Posted 20 May 2021

UK companies are developing new communication and navigation services needed for future missions to the Moon, thanks to funding from the UK Space Agency.

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Horizon Technologies secures Amber funding boost

Posted 19 May 2021

UK aerospace OEM, Horizon Technologies, which specialises in airborne signals intelligence (SIGINT) systems, today announced it has received a significant growth investment in a multimillion pound Series A round of financing, which

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Over 3,000 jobs created across growing UK space sector

Posted 19 May 2021

The UK’s space sector has seen growth in jobs and income while investing more in research and development, leaving it well-placed to grow strongly as we recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, Science Minister Amanda Solloway

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SSTL signs up LatConnect 60 for high resolution EO data

Posted 13 May 2021

Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) has signed a contract with LatConnect 60, based in Australia, to provide high resolution optical data from the SSTL S1-4, an Earth observation (EO) satellite which was launched in September

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Arqit set for Nasdaq listing

Posted 12 May 2021

UK based quantum encryption tech specialist Arqit Limited and Centricus Acquisition Corp., a special purpose acquisition company, have entered into a definitive agreement that would result in Arqit becoming a publicly listed company.

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UK SMEs pitch for stake in high-tech industries of the future

Posted 12 May 2021

Raytheon Technologies has teamed up with the Department for International Trade (DIT) to hold its largest supplier showcase, providing SMEs with a range of aerospace, space and cyber tech opportunities.

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Satellite data learning tool brings EO to the next generation

Posted 11 May 2021

A new UK Space Agency-backed online tool for learning satellite Earth Observation (EO) is now available for trial by higher education institutions.

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Airbus to increase MoD comms capability

Posted 5 May 2021

Airbus has been awarded a series of contracts during the first quarter of 2021 from the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) both as part of its continuing programme of upgrading and enhancing services for the Skynet 5 military satcom services contract and

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Peli addresses protective packaging solutions for engineering logistics

Posted 4 May 2021

Peli Products has announced the introduction of the upcoming OEM&Aerospace Packaging Solutions Webinar to help engineering teams overcome an age-old challenge: logistics.

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DASA and BEIS launch Phase 2 of Windfarm Mitigation for UK Air Defence

Posted 30 April 2021

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) have launched Phase 2 of the Windfarm Mitigation for UK Air Defence competition.

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OneWeb opens service demo experience

Posted 29 April 2021

OneWeb announced today that it is opening a state-of-the-art Service Demonstration experience at the new Innovation Centre at Westcott Venture Park, which is run and managed by the Satellite Applications Catapult and was funded by Buckinghamshire

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Serco to provide ESA support services

Posted 29 April 2021

Serco Italy has been awarded a new contract to provide Operations and Evolution of Data Access and User Support Services to the European Space Agency (ESA).

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Q1 2021 sees record breaking number of SpaceTech SPACs worth $7bn

Posted 29 April 2021

The space sector has seen a record-breaking number of Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPACS) deals announced in the first quarter of 2021, worth collectively more than $7 billion.

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First Pléiades Neo constellation satellite safely delivered in orbit

Posted 29 April 2021

The first satellite of the Pléiades Neo constellation was safely delivered in orbit by Arianespace’s European launcher Vega, from French Guiana last night.

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JUICE Jupiter probe’s first taste of space

Posted 27 April 2021

JUICE, the JUpiter ICy moons Explorer mission led by the European Space Agency (ESA), has left Airbus’ satellite integration centre in Friedrichshafen (Germany) and is now on its way to the Large Space Simulator (LSS) chamber of the European

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SSTL signs up Space-Eyes for NovaSAR Data

Posted 27 April 2021

Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) has signed an agreement with Space-Eyes (Channel Logistics USA, LLC Delaware, doing business as 'SpaceEyes. LLC') to provide a share of the tasking and data acquisition capabilities from NovaSAR-1.

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OneWeb's latest launch moves it closer to ‘Five to 50’ ambition

Posted 26 April 2021

Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite communications company, OneWeb, has confirmed the successful launch of all 36 satellites by Arianespace from the Vostochny Cosmodrome, bringing it a step closer to its ‘Five to 50’

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Professor Karen Holford appointed Cranfield's new Vice-Chancellor

Posted 22 April 2021

Cranfield University has appointed Professor Karen Holford CBE FREng as its new Chief Executive and Vice-Chancellor.

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Dstl leads successful experiment to observe satellites docking

Posted 22 April 2021

Data captured during the Phantom Echoes 2 project, headed by an international group of defence space scientists - led by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) - will help improve performance and space

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Satellite Vu raises £3.6m for high-res thermal sat insights

Posted 22 April 2021

Satellite Vu has raised a £3.6 million (US$5m) seed round led by Seraphim Capital to launch the world’s first satellite constellation capable of imaging the thermal footprint of any building on the planet every one to

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Prestwick secures Ayrshire Growth Deal support

Posted 21 April 2021

The well-established aerospace cluster at Prestwick in Ayrshire is set to dramatically expand thanks to the Ayrshire Growth Deal, a multi-million funding package backed by the UK Government, the Scottish Government and local

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Airbus secures OneSat Final Design Review recognition

Posted 21 April 2021

Airbus has passed an important milestone for the OneSat flexible satellite product line, with the Final Design Review successfully achieved with customers and space agencies.

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Serco secures EUMETSAT support contract

Posted 20 April 2021

Serco Germany has signed a framework agreement for the EPS & EPS-SG Analyst and Controller Service at EUMETSAT, the European operational satellite agency for monitoring weather, climate and the environment from space. The contract is valued

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In-Space Missions' expansion to create 200 jobs

Posted 12 April 2021

Hampshire based In-Space Missions Limited, which designs, builds and operates satellites and plans space missions for clients all over the UK and internationally, has today expanded into state-of-the-art new premises and announced

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Osprey CSL wins safety assurance contract with Skyrora

Posted 7 April 2021

Osprey Consulting Services Limited (CSL) is working with space launch company Skyrora Ltd, providing independent assurance of the Skylark L sub-orbital launch vehicle safety case.

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UK Space Agency seeks ‘space age’ hospital

Posted 1 April 2021

The UK Government has invited British innovators to help design a new ‘space age’ hospital that could use technologies and techniques pioneered on missions to Mars or the International Space Station to help treat patients and make life easier for

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Virgin Galactic unveils VSS Imagine

Posted 30 March 2021

Virgin Galactic today unveiled its first SpaceShip III in its growing fleet, VSS Imagine.

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SSTL HydroGNSS climate mission given green light by ESA

Posted 30 March 2021

Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) has confirmed that The European Space Agency (ESA) has selected ‘HydroGNSS’ as the second Scout Earth Observation small satellite mission.

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ADF and Inmarsat sign sat comms contract extension

Posted 30 March 2021

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) and Inmarsat have agreed to a AUS$221 million contract extension to 2027 for the provision of commercial satellite communications airtime services and managed hardware.

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Goonhilly selects BE's Mailock encrypted email solution

Posted 29 March 2021

Cornwall based Goonhilly Earth Station (GES), has selected Fareham based Beyond Encryption’s (BE) email security system, Mailock, to deliver encrypted, highly secure mail when communicating with its partners.

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Launch marks key milestone for OneWeb's 'Five to 50' ambition

Posted 25 March 2021

The Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite communications company, OneWeb, has confirmed the successful launch of all 36 satellites by Arianespace from the Vostochny Cosmodrome.

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Scottish-based space companies secure £8.5m ESA funding

Posted 24 March 2021

Two British space companies, Orbex and Skyrora, both based in Scotland, have secured a total of £8.5 million under the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Boost! initiative and will use the money to develop their launch

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Harwin unveils new horizontal backshells

Posted 24 March 2021

In order to provide comprehensive EMI/RFI protection across both horizontal and vertical planes, Harwin has made further additions to its metal backshell shielding options, inroducing backshells for its horizontal Datamate J-Tek connectors

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UK space commanders address future of military in space

Posted 24 March 2021

The Freeman Air and Space Institute, in the School of Security Studies, King's College London, in partnership with Airbus, hosted the first ever in conversation event between the UK’s leading space commanders.

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Airbus selected to build EUTELSAT 36D satellite

Posted 22 March 2021

Airbus has been selected by Eutelsat to build EUTELSAT 36D, a new generation multi-mission geostationary telecommunications satellite.

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UK space sector gets £1m to support international innovation

Posted 19 March 2021

Five new projects have been awarded a share of over £1 million of UK Government funding to work with international partners on innovative space technology.

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Scotland’s space sector gets investment boost

Posted 17 March 2021

Mangata Networks, an American company specialising in satellite enabled telecommunication services, has signalled its substantial ambitions for Scotland following support from Scottish Enterprise.

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Cobham pyrovalves powered precision of NASA Perseverance landing

Posted 16 March 2021

Cobham Mission Systems today revealed that its space pyrotechnic valves on the NASA Perseverance rover mission enabled an historically precise landing on Mars.

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Airbus attaches MAGBOOM to JUICE

Posted 16 March 2021

JUICE, the European Space Agency's JUpiter ICy moons Explorer mission, has passed its latest milestone, as Airbus attached the magnetometer boom (MAGBOOM) to the spacecraft.

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Pioneering UK space tech gets cash boost

Posted 12 March 2021

Five UK organisations have been awarded a total of £300,000 from the UK Space Agency to speed up the development of innovative space technology.

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First ENGAP UK Envoy named

Posted 11 March 2021

Aviation youth charity worker and University of Hull student Michelle Brown, has been named as the very first ENGAP UK Envoy – with a mission to attract young people to the air and space industry.

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IASTI Newark cleared for take-off

Posted 5 March 2021

The country’s first International Air & Space Training Institute (IASTI) was cleared for take-off today at the virtual launch of IASTI Newark.

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BAE Systems acquires PPM

Posted 4 March 2021

Pulse Power and Measurement Limited (PPM) and BAE Systems have today announced that BAE Systems has acquired Shrivenham based PPM, an independent developer and manufacturer of high-end electronics.

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Ayrshire projects support SMEs in aerospace and space sectors

Posted 25 February 2021

Two advancing manufacturing aerospace projects to support small to medium-enterprises (SMEs) in the west of Scotland have officially launched, following investment from the Advancing Manufacturing Challenge Fund

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UK space sector gets new government support

Posted 25 February 2021

A series of measures to support the UK’s space sector in building back better have been outlined by the government today.

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ADS appoints Kevin Craven as Interim Chief Executive

Posted 24 February 2021

ADS Chief Executive Paul Everitt will be stepping down at the end of March and will be succeeded by Kevin Craven as Interim Chief Executive.

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UK and Australia sign ‘Space Bridge’ partnership

Posted 23 February 2021

Today UK Science Minister Amanda Solloway joined Australia’s Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews to sign a new ‘Space Bridge’ partnership to increase knowledge exchange and investment across the two countries’

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Business support scheme to boost UK space industry has lift off

Posted 23 February 2021

A scheme to alert more firms to the possibilities space-related enterprise can bring is set to be launched by the UK Space Agency.

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UK scientists play key role in NASA's Mars mission

Posted 19 February 2021

After a seven-month journey, NASA’s car-sized Mars Perseverance rover has landed on the Red Planet to begin its search for traces of life.

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Could you be UK’s next Astronaut?

Posted 16 February 2021

For the first time since 2008, The European Space Agency is on the lookout for new astronauts to join its cohort of space explorers – and UK citizens of any age (up to 50) and walk of life are invited to apply.

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First Airbus Eurostar Neo satellite is born

Posted 12 February 2021

Airbus Defence and Space has successfully completed a key milestone in the manufacturing of the first Eurostar Neo satellite, with the successful integration of the Service and Communication Modules of EUTELSAT HOTBIRD 13F.

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Maxon gains JOSCAR accreditation

Posted 10 February 2021

Provider of high-precision drive systems Maxon UK & Ireland, has achieved accreditation to the Joint Supply Chain Register (JOSCAR).

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Virgin Galactic launches Space Advisory Board

Posted 9 February 2021

Virgin Galactic Holdings, Inc. today announced the establishment of its Space Advisory Board.

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Norfolk company blasting into the new space race

Posted 8 February 2021

A UK parliamentary debate on Thursday afternoon highlighted some of the exciting developments underway in the UK space sector.

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Isotropic Systems secures over $40m in funding

Posted 8 February 2021

Developer of transformational broadband terminal technologies, Isotropic Systems, has fully secured funding of over $40 million, providing the necessary capital required to develop its game-changing multi-beam antennas.

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First UK vertical satellite launch moves closer

Posted 8 February 2021

The UK’s first ever vertical satellite launch from British soil moved one step closer today with confirmation that a launch vehicle from ABL Space Systems will power the first satellite into space.

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Airbus wins ESA additional ESM contract for NASA’s Orion

Posted 2 February 2021

The European Space Agency (ESA) has signed a further contract with Airbus for the construction of three more European Service Modules (ESM) for Orion, the American crewed spacecraft for the Artemis programme.

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German rocket maker to launch from Unst

Posted 2 February 2021

Shetland Space Centre (SSC) secured a further boost today with a German rocket maker announcing its intention to launch from Unst.

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BMT selected by ESA to lead innovative study

Posted 1 February 2021

BMT has been awarded a project by the European Space Agency (ESA) to assess the feasibility of using space-based data to support the decommissioning of energy assets.

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Spacewalk to fit ground-breaking British kit to ISS

Posted 27 January 2021

Two astronauts will today undertake a spacewalk to install a revolutionary piece of government-funded technology on the International Space Station (ISS), marking the UK’s first major industrial contribution to the spacecraft.

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Babcock Team Aurora develops plans for MoD sat comms

Posted 26 January 2021

Babcock-led Team Aurora is putting collaboration, continuity and responsiveness at the heart of its solution to support the UK’s the defence satellite communications system.

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UN and UK sign agreement to promote space sustainability

Posted 26 January 2021

International efforts to protect future space activity have been given a boost thanks to a new partnership between the UN and the UK government.

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Inmarsat to provide sat connectivity for UK's first zero carbon regional air transport network

Posted 25 January 2021

Inmarsat today announced its participation in a ground-breaking new initiative funded by the UK Government to develop the country’s first automated, zero carbon regional air

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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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