Today is Cosmonautics Day, a day in which we celebrate the history of space and how far we have come. As a company operating within the UK space industry, Skyrora are honoured to contribute to the history of the UK space sector.🚀🌍 https://t.co/T7gsZoHSOY #CosmonauticsDay https://t.co/MVmgToUFAu
Skyrora's internship applications are still open! We are looking for highly motivated candidates who are passionate about the development of the UK space industry to join our team. Head to https://t.co/AFOxJ4XSqU to learn more about the roles on offer!🚀 #UKSpace #Internship https://t.co/iXyZF7V8wu
Skyrora's quarterly newsletter is now available on our website! From a contract with @esa, to enhancing our environmentally focused technologies, Skyrora has had an incredibly hopeful first quarter of 2021. Read all about it here: https://t.co/t3uYMZd3OX #ESABoost #LaunchUK https://t.co/lY8tGd7ANM
We are delighted to announce we have signed an #ESABoost contract of €3 million with @ESA @esa_sts which will be put towards the completion of Skyrora XL to help the UK become a launch nation. Check out the full article here: https://t.co/Ry89dZoBu0 #LaunchUK #ESA #UKSA https://t.co/Km48q0q8D4
Skyrora boosted by European Space Agency funding
Scottish-based company aims to be the first to launch from Europe, delivering UK’s sovereign launch capabilityScottish-based rocket company, Skyrora, has received €3 million of co-funding from the European Space Agency (ESA), ensuring that the company can complete at pace the development of its rocket technology.The funding puts Skyrora on track to be the first UK company to launch satellites from Europe, delivering the UK’s sovereign space launch capability – a key Government ambition. The funding, which is part of the ESA’s Boost! program, will be used by Skyrora to complete the crucial technology required to deliver consistent orbital launches from the UK with Skyrora’s XL launch vehicle.Skyrora XL is a 23-meter 56-tonne three-stage rocket capable of carrying up to 315 kg into orbit.
This weekend, the @EdiWiSpace conference will be taking place!🌟We will be participating in the 'Transitioning into the Space Sector' panel. Come along and learn how a background in STEM isn't a necessity when looking for a career in the space sector!🚀🙋♀️ https://t.co/QZ4kV3q55y https://t.co/LTHTfAeefa