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Information, documents and announcements related to the UK's Space Based Position, Navigation and Timing Programme (SBPP).
Details on funding for programmes run with the space sector, academic, education and community partners.
Information, documents and announcements related to LaunchUK, the UK's commercial spaceflight programme.
How to get a licence to launch or operate a satellite, or manage other activities in outer space, under the Outer Space Act 1986.
The National Space Technology Programme (NSTP) is a capability programme encouraging the development of space technology in the UK space sector.
GSTP is a programme providing technology support to companies and academic institutions across the UK in developing innovative technologies to grow UK capability.
We’ve drawn together some space-related learning resources for educators and parents to try out at school or at home.
This page contains resources and guidance for using UK Space Agency materials, including logos, branding and communications toolkits.
Guidance on cyber security for space assets.
The NSIP is the UK Space Agency’s programme to support the development of innovative products, services and technologies that have application in the space sector.
How to get a licence under the Space Industry Act in the future.
This call has now closed.
Aiming to support planetary exploration science to enhance the UK’s capabilities and cross-disciplinary approach.
The UK Space Agency is offering grants of up to £3,000 for organisations to take on undergraduate or postgraduate students for work placements in the space industry.
All of the information required to participate in the UK Space Agency's SatelLife Competition 2020. The deadline for applications is 3 March 2020.
These are the terms and conditions for the ExoMars Rover Naming Competition.
A register of space objects where the UK is the “launching state”.
This National Space Innovation Programme International funding call offers co-funding to industry, academia and research organisations who are looking to take forward international collaborations.
All of the information required to submit a grant proposal to advance research into space surveillance and tracking. The deadline for applications is 10 July 2020.
A selection of international memoranda of understanding (MOU) and statements of intent.
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