Minimising the impact of space debris is crucial to preserve infrastructure that supports day-to-day activities and life on Earth and in space.
This month brings a great chance to see Jupiter at its brightest, meteors, a host of wonderful stars and constellations, and a chance to see the Moon eclipse Venus!
The UK is pioneering a path to make satellite operations in Earth orbit sustainable in order to help mitigate damage from orbiting space debris.
October’s night skies feature a partial lunar eclipse, two meteor showers and a great opportunity to see the gas giant planets of our Solar System, Jupiter and Saturn.
Joe Gibbs, Engineering Manager of the University of Glasgow’s OirthirSAT team, was sponsored as part of our Nanosat Competition Programme to attend the 2023 Global Space Conference on Climate Change in Oslo.
The UK Space Agency is delighted to announce that it will be docking its 72 ft model rocket in The Piazza, Plymouth, from 28 September to 2 October.
The UK Space Agency's Space for Everyone tour is coming to Glasgow!
The UK Space Agency will be docking its 72ft model rocket at Queens Square, Wrexham!
While the summer stars and constellations remain (much like the summer weather recently!), it’s a great month to see the planets Jupiter, Saturn and Venus, and there’s also a chance of spotting a newly discovered comet!
The UK Space Agency is delighted to announce that it will be docking its 72 ft model rocket at Queen Victoria Square, Hull, from August 17th to August 21st, bringing the awe-inspiring 'Space for Everyone’ tour to the region. This …
With the Milky Way overhead, Saturn at its brightest, a very exciting meteor shower and the chance to see noctilucent clouds, August is the perfect month for some nights of stargazing!