Two new recruits have been selected to join Skyrora's graduate student placement programme! Bethany and David will be supporting manufacturing processes, assisting with vehicle launches and further testing of Skyrora XL. 🚀👩⚕️🧑⚕️ For more info: https://t.co/6q33ZFhNVQ #LaunchUK https://t.co/mlx6q4Jib9
Skyrora Students Given Chance To Reach For The Moon
Two new recruits have been selected to join Skyrora's graduate student placement programmeTwo students have landed places what is reckoned to be the most prized university placement programme in Scotland– working with space rocket firm Skyrora.Bethany Taylor and David King, who were selected from more than 100 applicants, will be based at Skyrora’s production facility outside Edinburgh – supporting the company’s aim to help Scotland to become a key player in the UK’s space race programme.David, an Aerospace Engineering student at the University of Sheffield and Bethany, a Mechanical Engineering student at University of Edinburgh, have joined Skyrora’s technical team - supporting manufacturing, vehicle launches and more Skyrora XL stage testing. Both David and Bethany will play a part in assisting Skyrora to achieve its goals for 2021. Bethany said: “I am really looking forward to learning about how the business is run and having the chance to work on different projects, using the knowledge that I have learnt at university, on real life projects within Skyrora.”David added: “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the team at Skyrora, who are getting the UK back into space.
#InnovationDay, a day that highlights intrepid explorers of new ideas and what their work changes about our future! Our eco-friendly rocket fuel made from unrecyclable plastic is an innovative technology that will reduce our carbon footprint. #Ecosene #Greenfuel #Rocketlaunch https://t.co/56PtYI4vg3
Wildlife Conservation and Satellite Technology - Overview
Remote sensing images at high-resolution enable ecologists and conservationists to accurately observe wildlife populations, to monitor illegal mining, to promptly identify activities surrounding deforestation, and to detect and analyse further alterations being made to the environment. Images provided by Earth observation satellites are collated frequently, on a global level and at an increasingly higher quality.
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Thanks to everyone that has ordered from our merchandise store; it has been a successful first three weeks! We hope you have enjoyed your branded products. Don’t forget to tag us in your pics and if you haven’t checked it out, head over to https://t.co/EcqeEQBAcQ #Skymerch https://t.co/jPqcPWnymT
MPs unite on the importance of the UK space industry
MPs have debated in the House of Commons on the future of the UK space industry, prodigiously agreeing on the importance of the sector. On Thursday, the deputy speaker called for “the man in the Irn-Bru mask, Owen Thompson” to open a debate on the future of the UK space industry.
Moving one step closer to a sustainable space environment, we plan to operate our Space Tug programme which will assist in the removal of space debris and defunct satellites from orbit helping to tackle the space junk issue. Check it out: https://t.co/lMt9TPJhmM #Sustainablespace https://t.co/LxCdHNIKTC