UK Space Agency
Solar Orbiter will be the first spacecraft to provide close-up views of the Sun’s polar regions.
SMILE will use a new technique combining innovative X-ray and ultra-violet instrumentation to provide global imaging of the Earth’s magnetosphere for the first time and investigate its dynamic response to the impact of solar wind.
UK-led ESA mission ARIEL (Atmospheric Remote-sensing Infrared Exoplanet Large-survey) aims to characterise atmospheres of approximately 1000 exoplanets.
LISA is an ESA large class science mission in development.
PLATO is an ESA medium class science mission to detect rocky Earth-like planets orbiting bright nearby Sun-like stars in the ‘habitable zone’, where liquid water could exist on the planet surface.
The telescope will study the first stars and galaxies and examine the physical and chemical properties of solar systems.
A mission to make detailed observations of the giant gaseous planet Jupiter and three of its largest moons, Ganymede, Callisto and Europa.
Euclid is an ESA medium class science mission in development, due to launch in 2022 for a 6 year mission.
LPF was an ESA mission launched in 2015 to demonstrate the ultra-high precision technology needed for a future space-based gravitational wave observatory, LISA (Laser Interferometer Space Antenna).
One of the most challenging space missions ever undertaken, this spacecraft studied a comet at close quarters.
Measuring the shape and thickness of Arctic and Antarctic ice, the mission tells scientists how melting Polar ice affects sea level rise.
A summary report measuring the effectiveness of the Principia education campaign and its impact on the nation.
A report measuring the effectiveness of the Principia campaign and its impact on the nation.
The mission makes global observations of the Earth's surface soil water content and the salt in the oceans.
A mission to better understand the interactions between cloud, radiative and aerosol processes that play a role in climate regulation.
Europe's mission to Mars.
InSight will investigate the interior structure and composition of Mars to uncover how a rocky body forms and evolves to become a planet.
This European mission to Mercury will help our understanding of the formation of the Solar System and its inner rocky planets.
Reducing the probability of failure of tailings dams through the use of remote sensing data
Improved severe weather resilience for Mongolian herding communities using satellite Earth observation derived environmental services
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