UKSA’s National Space Innovation Programme funds 21 UK organisations

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The UK government is investing £7 million, via the National Space Innovation Programme, in 21 UK organisations working on innovative space technologies. The idea is that it represents cash injections for “high-risk, high-reward” projects of both companies and universities. Areas addressed include monitoring climate change through Earth Observation and satellite communications to provide greater connectivity to …

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