It’s the time of year for spending time with family and reflecting upon the year behind us. Skyrora are extremely thankful to our hardworking team, who have achieved major milestones in pushing Skyrora toward launch. We look forward to continuing our efforts in 2021! #newyear https://t.co/lfsPGa2kmc
Skyrora’s fourth and final quarterly newsletter of the year can now be found on the company website, detailing our highlights over the previous year as well as what to expect from us in 2021. Head over to https://t.co/XavjKDN3CA to take a look! #YearInReview https://t.co/qbzU0m63aG
More information on internships & placements available at Skyrora is now live on our website. If you are seeking a full-time role within the space industry, head over to our website to learn how to become part of the team: https://t.co/AFOxJ4XSqU #spacecareers #studentsforspace https://t.co/vM4tC7iOum
#Principia was the name given to @astro_timpeake six-month mission aboard the International Space Station, and today marks the 5th anniversary. The legacy of the mission has encouraged well over 2 million children to engage in STEM activities. #spaceforeducation #careersinspace https://t.co/OlP6hSYBJY
Check out some snaps of our Skylark L vehicle undergoing ground segment integration testing for flight preparations for an expected launch in Q2 2021. We are now in the final stages for Skylark L making the UK one step closer to launch capability.🚀 #LaunchUK #Readyforlaunch https://t.co/uyr8MvyBAP
Launch of Ocean Mapping Space Technology Backed by UK Space Agency
A government-backed satellite that will enable UK scientists to measure the increase in sea levels – one of the greatest threats posed to the planet as a result of climate change – was launched on a SpaceX rocket on Saturday 21st November from California. Over the past twenty years, space has become imperative to the observation of the effects of climate change and the mission to it.