Lockheed Martin gets approval for Shetland Space Centre plans

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The UK government has approved plans for Lockheed Martin to transfer its small satellite launch operations to Shetland Space Centre. It hopes this will lead to the creation of “hundreds of space jobs” in Scotland. The UK Space Agency (UKSA) believes the company’s plans to move its UK Pathfinder Launch to the Shetland site, at …

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