UK Space Agency
Details on funding for programmes run with the space sector, academic, education and community partners.
How to get a licence to launch or operate a satellite, or manage other activities in outer space, under the Outer Space Act 1986.
Information, documents and announcements related to LaunchUK, the UK's commercial spaceflight programme.
The National Space Technology Programme (NSTP) is a capability programme encouraging the development of space technology in the UK space sector.
This expanded Announcement of Opportunity closes at 17:00 on 17 May 2019 (could be earlier if funds exhausted).
The UK Space Agency is making up to £65,000 available under its ‘Space for All’ community funding scheme for 2019-2021.
Material from the UK Space Agency’s participation in this European Space Agency event.
The UK Space Agency is seeking a new Chair for the Science Programme Advisory Committee (SPAC).
This is a special LaunchUK issue, featuring articles on the new UK space industry, the BepiColumbo mission to Mercury and Zero-G science.
All of the information required to participate in the UK Space Agency's SatelLife Competition 2019.
How to get a licence under the Space Industry Act in the future.
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.
A register of space objects where the UK is the “launching state”.
Published by the UK Space Agency, the magazine is bursting with the latest space sector news and packed with educational material.
The UK Space Agency invites proposals for space technology research and development projects to the National Space Technology Programme – Pathfinder projects.
This call for grant proposals is now closed.
The UK Space Agency is offering grants of up to £3,000 for organisations to take on recent graduates (2017 or 2018) or postgraduate students for work placements in the space industry.
The UK Space Agency invites proposals for space technology research and development projects to the National Space Technology Programme – Fast Track projects.
The UK Space Agency announces an opportunity to propose ideas for experiments for flight on the International Space Station, to provide further flight opportunities to the growing UK microgravity science community.
Aiming to support planetary exploration science to enhance the UK’s capabilities and cross-disciplinary approach.
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