#Skyroramilestone - LEO engine test
#Skyroramilestone July 2019. Last summer our first ever LEO engine test took place at SpaceCornwall! This was a huge milestone in the Skyrora production line, as it was the first of the engines tested that will be featured in our orbital launch vehicle - Skyrora XL. #throwback
#Skyroramilestone - Black Arrow back from Australia
#Skyroramilestone January 2019! A throwback to the time we bought Black Arrow back from Australia! The Black Arrow space programme is very inspirational! It provides us with proven technology and is the foundation of the future of UK Space!
Thank all of our frontline workers
Given the current situation, Skyrora has decided not to take part in April fools. Instead, we want to take the time to continually thank all of our frontline workers. We are a strong community and will come out of this even stronger than before. #NHSheroes #Wecanalldoourbit
Skyrora shifts production to hand sanitiser and face visors for coronavirus response
Skyrora is answering the call of the UK government and the NHS to manufacturers to do what they can to provide much-needed healthcare equipment for frontline responders amid the coronavirus crisis.
Skyrora space themed images
We hope everyone had a great weekend! This week, we are doing a throwback themed week, but first we thought that if anyone wants to de-stress and colour in some Skyrora space themed images, please see below. When it's done, send in a photo - we want to see the final product!
Skyrora Limited Manufactures Hand Sanitizer, Works on Visors to Combat Coronavirus
Skyrora, a United Kingdom-based smallsat launch company, has restructured its manufacturing division to produce face visors and hand sanitizer to combat coronavirus. The company said it has refocused all of its U.K. operations and has invested all human resources and working capital to help tackle Covid-19 in response to the U.K. government’s call for support from businesses.
Production capacity to help battle coronavirus
Rocket manufacturer @Skyrora_Ltd has redirected its entire production capacity to help battle coronavirus. The firm is making hand sanitiser at its Edinburgh base and plans to mass produce 3D-printed face masks after successfully developing a prototype #UKmfg #GBmfg