If you want to know what ignites our enthusiasm, or have any questions about what we do at Skyrora, feel free to ask us anything in the comments below. At a time of minimised social interaction, let's use our technology to our advantage to get to know each other. #AMA #StayAtHome
In light of the recent pandemic, our team have been busy producing hand sanitiser, using WHO standards & guidelines. Our first batch is being tested and then production will be increased in support of the fight against COVID-19. #notjustarocketcompany #COVIDー19 #Staysafe
Are you ready? Okay, here goes:Eureka or Town Called Eureka
During our daily calls we have been discussing our binge worthy shows. One of our team has suggested @ScaryStory_Pod & @ExpanseOnPrime so we decided to open up to our followers for more suggestions? Let us know your #bingeworthy media! #scotlandtospace #SocialDistance
Working from home
We have adjusted to working from home with ease, as it has been in our company DNA from the start. We are used to remote collaboration and working in a company that has a core focus on technological innovation, this has allowed us to settle into a positive mentality.
Midlothian MP and rocket makers celebrate space industry at Westminster
As part of the event last week, Owen Thompson (SNP)welcomed Midlothian-based rocket innovators Skyrora to the parliament to discuss their work, building on the Black Arrow legacy and progressing towards future rocket launches from Scotland.
Black Arrow marks 50 years since one and only UK satellite launch
British rocket launch provider Skyrora, the UK Space agency and The Farnborough Air Sciences Trust (FAST), have partnered to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this accomplishment and more recent achievements of the UK space sector. To mark the occasion, the FAST Museum supported by its new partner, Skyrora, will exhibit the first stage of Black Arrow.