New £1 million grant to study space weather

Open University researchers have received £1 million from the UK Space Agency to contribute to the design of new sensors to study space weather.

A team of researchers in the OU’s Centre for Electronic Imaging, led by Dr Matthew Soman, Space Instrumentation Research Fellow, has secured continued support from the UK Space Agency (UKSA) to test and calibrate the sensors for an instrument on-board the Solar wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer (SMILE) spacecraft. Read more here.

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08 December 2020

Major funding successes for innovative UK Space Scientists

21 UK organisations have been awarded a share of over £7 million funding from the UK Space Agency to put UK at the forefront of advances in space innovation. 13 of these are either led or supported by UK space scientists. The cash injection is...

28 October 2020

November Events

For opportunities to learn more about the Satellite Application Catapult's approach to Knowledge Exchange and for an introduction to International Space Law, contact info@span.ac.uk

24 September 2020

National Space Innovation Programme – International

A webinar is being organised on Tuesday the 29th of September to engage with the scientific community. To register please follow the link.