SSTL has successfully repositioned the UK-DMC-1 spacecraft using unspent propellant to reduce the orbital lifetime and the probability of generating space debris.
Small satellite pioneer SSTL has today been awarded a grant to commence the design phase of a national technology demonstration satellite called TechDemoSat-1
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL), in partnership with the University of Surrey’s Surrey Research Park, is taking a new technical facility opposite its headquarters building in Guildford, UK.
Physicist who made a notable contribution to the development of today’s space imaging systems, Gordon Hopkinson was one of the world’s experts in the physics of optical detectors
SSTL has commenced building a small satellite for the Republic of Kazakhstan that will provide medium resolution multi-spectral earth observation capability.
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) celebrates 25 years of space innovation today.
SSTL has today announced that it will launch the NigeriaSat-2 and NigeriaSat-X satellites on behalf of the National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA).
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) welcomes the British Government’s response to Lord Drayson’s Space Innovation and Growth Strategy report.
SSTL and Dutch Space BV have joined forces to develop and exploit an innovative small geostationary platform that is specifically designed to utilise excess launch vehicle capacity.
SSTL founder and Surrey Space Centre director Sir Martin Sweeting has received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Elektra Electronics Industry Awards 2009.
SSTL has been selected by ESA to supply 14 navigation payloads for the deployment phase of the Galileo satellite navigation system which was announced by the European Commission (EC) today.
The European Commission today announced that it has selected the consortium led by OHB-System AG and SSTL for building and testing 14 satellites for the Galileo satellite navigation system.