The first “Mars Utah Rover Field Investigation” run by the UK Space Agency and the Canadian Space Agency. This daring project will involve the operation of a Mars Rover test platform in Utah, while controlling the Rover and its scientific instruments, will be …
As a mobile planetarium and science communication business, Cosmos Planetarium, we were looking for a unique and exciting way to engage hard to reach children. We wanted to give them the confidence to explore STEM subjects further and to realise …
Programme Manager Ryan King is currently in India for the AlSat Nano launch, a joint CubeSat mission with Algeria. Read his blog post from just moments after launch.
This month (March 2016) we say goodbye to our Chief Executive David Parker as he joins ESA as its new Director of Human Spaceflight and Robotic Exploration.
Last week, we welcomed United Arab Emirates (UAE) space agency delegates to the UK.
Groups of 4-11 year old children were recently ‘taken to infinity and beyond’ to celebrate all things space.
The countdown is on for the launch of Europe’s LISA Pathfinder (LPF) spacecraft.
Nothing about the International Partnership Space Programme (IPSP) is routine - every project is unique and different from our ordinary business. I will show you how some IPSP projects push 'ordinary’ to brand new levels.
The story of Galileo 5 and 6 and their journey to orbit...
The International Partnerships in Space Programme (IPSP) is the newest programme in the Agency’s portfolio. It's an exciting £32 million international programme established and led by the UK Space Agency.