Space Travel

 The satellite will be designed and manufactured by engineers from the Arab Space Coordination Group. © MBRSC
UAE plans satellite to monitor climate change
The KhalifaSat was launched on an H-IIA rocket in Japan on Monday © JAXA
UAE's first homegrown satellite goes into orbit
The US is reliant on Russia’s Soyuz rockets to send people to space, one of which was forced to make an emergency landing yesterday ©Nasa
Nasa’s manned Mars mission $4bn over budget
UK to spend £92m on Galileo alternative plan
An artist's impression of what the Sutherland spaceport could look like ©Perfect Circle PV
Highlands spaceport to create 400 supply chain jobs
Maxar collaborator Spire says sharing onsite facilities means they can be fast, flexible and fully involved ©Spire
Disruptive supply chains enabling a disruptive sector
Artist’s impression of Mars Science City ©
Martian city planned for UAE
Rocket manufacturer B2Space wants to use the site for low-cost satellite launches ©
Wales aims to build spaceport
NASA's spacesuits were developed 40 years ago © NASA
$200m spent and no new spacesuit in sight
ISRO successfully launched 104 nano satellites into orbit © ISRO
India launches record number of satellites into orbit
The satellite programme’s uses would include security and weather forecasting services ©123RF
Ethiopia plans to launch satellite into space
Russia is cutting its cosmonaut numbers to two on the International Space Station © PA
Stolen syrup, elusive mangoes and costly cosmonauts - the supply chain in numbers