Spaceports, Space Council & Satellite Inspired Ice Flows

Download this page in PDF format There have been some interesting and exciting announcements over the last week related to the space and Earth observation (EO) industries. Firstly, the UK Government announced last week that a National Space Council will … Continue reading

ESA 2019 Living Planet Symposium Review – Part 1

Download this page in PDF format Last week saw over 4 200 Earth Observation (EO) enthusiasts from over 80 countries travel to Milan to attend ESA’s Living Planet Symposium. With a total of 187 scheduled scientific sessions, as well as … Continue reading

New Hyperspectral Satellite!

Download this page in PDF format The latest Earth Observation (EO) satellite to go into orbit is the Italian PRISMA satellite that was launched from the Guiana Space Centre in Kourou, French Guiana at 0150 GMT on 22nd March 2019. … Continue reading

Anti-slavery and Forest Protection with Earth Observation

Download this page in PDF format Land classification has long been a key staple of the Earth Observation industry, and at the end of January, an exciting paper was published on how satellite data could be used to support work … Continue reading

Greening Our World

Download this page in PDF format We’re so used to seeing headlines about humans destroying the rainforests, swaths of deforestation and our activities affecting the climate; seeing a report suggesting we are making the planet the greener caught our attention. … Continue reading

Is the UK Space Industry In Good Health in 2018?

Download this page in PDF format The UK Space Agency’s biennial ‘Size & Health of the UK Space Industry’ report for 2018 was issued last week. This is put together with the help of London Economics through online questionnaires with … Continue reading

Finding Space in Glasgow

Download this page in PDF format The Data.Space 2019 Conference took place in Glasgow last week, with the key messages of the event focused on new developments in the space industry, need for more transparent pricing for purchasing satellite data … Continue reading

What Does 2019 Hold For Earth Observation Satellites?

Download this page in PDF format 2018 ended with the launch of over twenty Earth Observation (EO) satellites on the 27th December, onboard the Russian Soyuz rocket from the Vostochny Cosmodrome. Amongst its payload were: Kanopus-V 5 and 6 – … Continue reading

Highlights from the 14th Appleton Space Conference

Download this page in PDF format The 14th Appleton Space Conference took place last week on Thursday 6th December at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory at Harwell. This annual one-day conference is an opportunity to hear the latest developments relevant to … Continue reading

UK Earth Observation Satellites Launched Beneath No Deal Brexit Shadow

Download this page in PDF format It’s been a bit of rollercoaster week for the UK Space Industry. The positive news is that on Sunday, 16th September, at 16.38 GMT two UK satellites were launched onboard the Polar Satellite Launch … Continue reading