The European Space Agency has given the green light to the world’s first space telescope, the UK-led Ariel.
Hundreds of space jobs will be created in Scotland following UK Government approval for Lockheed Martin plans to transfer its satellite launch operations to the Shetland Space Centre.
The UK will play a key role in achieving a safe and sustainable human presence on the Moon.
Few are sure what the OneWeb satellites will actually be used for once launched.
The UK has now completely abandoned the idea of building its own satellite navigation system.
Seven projects to monitor hazardous space debris have been announced today by the UK Space Agency.
UKspace is working in partnership with the RAF to develop a new Commercial Integration Cell (CIC) at the UK Space Operations Centre (SpOC).
BAE Systems has completed its acquisition of the Collins Aerospace Military GPS business from Raytheon Technologies Corporation.
The £500 million contract covers all aspects of the satellite’s development. From the design, manufacture, and assembly stages, to integration, testing and finally the launch of SKYNET 6A.
RAD5545 software defined radios are on their way to Lockheed Martin to support future space missions.