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Call Open to University Students Building CubeSats

Fly Your Satellite! is an educational programme for university students, that ESA started in 2013, after the successful launch of seven university CubeSats onboard the Vega Maiden flight. The launch …

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Sir John Hurt (1940 – 2017)

A short tribute to the great John Hurt.

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First colour image for joint UK and Algerian CubeSat

AlSat Nano, a UK-Algeria CubeSat mission, has captured its first full colour image following its launch in September 2016.

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Competition to uncover space entrepreneurs of tomorrow

Young people have the chance to win £10,000 in a competition to come up with ideas on how to use satellite data to improve life on Earth.

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Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond is a really fun film. Far better than expected, it’s a bright and explosive Star Trek for sure, but it’s still Star Trek …

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RE:ENTRY 2 – Star Trek (2009)

“I couldn’t believe it when the bartender told me who you were …”

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Venus Makes Waves in the Solar System

The Akatsuki Probe, a Japanese spacecraft has sent back pictures one of the largest waves ever seen in the solar system.Cameras on board the probe captured images of the giant …

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Dr Mike McCulloch Explains a Device That Defies the Laws of Physics

Dr Mike McCulloch, lecturer in Geomatics at Plymouth University whom we interviewed here, recently featured on international radio to explain an engine that defies all know laws of physics.
Known as …

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Review: Catalyst

Following the excitement of yesterday’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story release, we wanted to share our review of the latest novel in the expanded universe novelisations, Catalyst by James …

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One Year Since Launch of Mission Principia…

One year ago today, Tim Peake and his Expedition 47 crew mates were launching from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Halfway across the world in our offices here at One Giant …

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