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The UK Space Agency has announced up to £65 million of funding for ground-breaking innovations that could boost UK leadership in space technologies and applications.
New proposals for deciding liability limits for satellite operators, in the event of an incident in space and how operators are insured, have been set out.
New recruits with skills in AI and machine learning are in high demand to harness the benefits of emerging technologies in the UK space sector.
Work is about to start on a series of innovative climate services that use the unique vantage point of space to provide businesses and other organisations with information about environmental risks and how to mitigate them.
The UK Space Agency has extended its nationwide Space for Everyone tour with three extra locations following its success around the country so far.
British space experts will join forces with organisations around the world to develop cutting-edge technologies that will advance global space capabilities.
Funding for satellite Earth Observation technologies, which are critical to improving humanity’s understanding of our planet and its climate, is now available.
A potential £160 million scheme to fund next generation of satellite communications development and boost UK’s leadership in ever-growing global satellite market.
The development of 11 critical technology areas and capabilities will take the UK further into space than ever before, a new report from the UK Space Agency shows.
The National Space Council met for the first time today since its reinstatement as part of the UK’s mission to become a true space superpower.
MicroCarb is a joint mission between the UK Space Agency and CNES that will measure sources and sinks of carbon, the principal greenhouse gas driving global warming.
Drones and high-altitude aircraft could boost connectivity in remote areas and support emergency services, following new government funding.
A European mission to explore how gravity, dark energy and dark matter has shaped the Universe has launched following £37 million UK Space Agency funding.
European Space Agency (ESA) reserve astronaut, Meganne Christian, has joined the UK Space Agency in a new role that will support the thriving UK space sector.
Mapping the expansion of the Universe to better understand dark energy and matter. Launched in July 2023 for a 6-year mission.
New funding from the UK Space Agency will boost UK-based space technologies, such as harnessing solar power for reusable spacecraft and new propulsion systems.
The world’s first astronaut with a disability, former UK Paralympian John McFall, has arrived in Germany to begin feasibility studies at the European Astronaut Centre.
London Tech Week will see Energy Security Secretary Grant Shapps announce £4.3 million government funding to develop cutting-edge technology.
The UK Space Agency has announced £6.6 million funding for a range of international science partnerships and STEM education projects.
Ian Annett, the Deputy Chief Executive Officer at the UK Space Agency, has announced he will leave his role and the Civil Service at the end of August.
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