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SSTL exhibits the small sats space revolution at FIA 2014

The SSTL team enjoyed chatting about our innovative space technology at the Farnborough International Airshow last week.

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22 July 20140 Comments0 Comments


LEOPing in orbit

How do we make contact and take control of our satellites immediately after launch?

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24 June 20140 Comments0 Comments


Proving a point in space

Eight UK innovations are hitching a ride on TechDemoSat-1

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20 June 20140 Comments0 Comments


On the ground in Kazakhstan

To keep our eyes on the skies, we install the ears on the ground.

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09 June 20140 Comments0 Comments


"Mission Control Guildford, do you copy?"

Visitors to SSTL's HQ never cease to be amazed that there's a mini "Houston" mission control centre, right here in Surrey!

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15 April 20140 Comments0 Comments


Happy 30th Birthday to UoSAT-2!

UoSAT-2 was launched on 1st March 1984 from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in the USA and carried some novel payloads, including a "Digitalker".

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05 March 20140 Comments0 Comments


Make your own satellite!

For all you space fans out there, we've got a scale model of TechDemoSat-1 for you to download, cut out, and stick together. 

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24 February 20140 Comments0 Comments


New satellite image of Somerset floods from UK-DMC2

This latest image is of the area around Bridgwater in Somerset, UK where there has been extensive flooding of the River Parrett.

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11 February 20140 Comments0 Comments


SSTL wheels in for Rosetta comet-chaser mission

After 957 days of deep-space hibernation ESA’s comet-chasing mission, Rosetta, is finally set to wake up automatically on 20 January 2014.

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17 January 20140 Comments0 Comments


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