The International Charter: Space and Major Disasters, better known as the Disaster Charter, was formed on 20 October 2000 by the European Space Agency (ESA), French Space Agency (CNES) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), with the UK joining in …
How one of our projects uses satellites to help solve disputes over water in northern Peru.
This week we're celebrating all things space!
In the early 80’s, in what seems a lifetime ago but is only half a lifetime, I returned to Imperial College from a spell in the USA.
This week, we're celebrating World Space Week (#WSW16). Today we're focussing on our International Partnership Programme. The aim of the programme is to open opportunities for the UK space sector to share expertise in real-world satellite technology and services overseas …
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.
Today marks the 10th anniversary of Hinode’s launch, a satellite which observes the Sun’s activity in high resolution.
This week (24 May 2016), a Soyuz launcher placed the 13th and 14th Galileo satellites into targeted orbit.
Last week, we welcomed United Arab Emirates (UAE) space agency delegates to the UK.