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SpaceUK goes digital

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The space sector magazine spaceUK is back with a bigger and bolder edition and this time it’s digital.

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The latest edition is packed with interesting content, including a feature on growing the UK space sector, a look at the next mission to Mars and an interview with Tim Peake.

We hope you enjoy it. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below.

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  1. Comment by Trevor Gilbert posted on

    Very interesting, didn't realise there was so much going on behind the scenes. Keep up the good work.
    Are there any plans for a launch site in British Isles , if so any place in particular favoured?
    I'm afraid at my age I will not be volunteering to become an astronaut! But what an adventure.

    • Replies to Trevor Gilbert>

      Comment by Steven Watson posted on

      Trevor, thank you for your comment. Glad you like the magazine!

      You can keep up to date with the latest developments on <a href="">UK launch sites here.</a>

      Hope that helps.

      P.S. Age is just a number.

      • Replies to Steven Watson>

        Comment by Margarita McElroy posted on

        And I've got rather a lot of those numbers! But, in any case, I'm an armchair astronaut, going vicariously with Tim Peake on his space walks.
        I join with Trevor on congratulating you for an excellent and informative publication. It certainly opened my eyes to how much the UK is involved in space - and I'm delighted to know that this is so. I trust that leaving the EU won't be a hindrance to this growing sector?


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