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New BIS Membership for UKSEDS members

The British Interplanetary Society is now offering reduced-price membership for members of UKSEDS.  This offer is only £10.00 for 12 months membership (student membership is normally £18.00) and comes without a subscription to Spaceflight or JBIS. The offer is presently available as a new BIS membership only.  To apply go to the BIS membership page at http://www.bis-space.com/products-page/bis-new-membership/.  

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Space for All – Community Funding Scheme 2011/12

Source: UK Space Agency press release The UK space agency’s community sponsorship award scheme, Space for All, has opened once more for applications. This competitive process offers small grants to groups looking to present the UK space programme and help grow the use of space in both inspiration and learning. Applications should be received no later […]

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The Big Space Balloon

Big Space Balloon is a project to launch a high altitude research balloon carrying scientific payloads to the edge of space. Launched from the Isle of Wight, the balloon will fly to an altitude of up to 130,000ft where it will remain for several days, carrying out scientific measurements in the near-space environment.  Regional universities […]

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ESA Summer of Code in Space

ESA is running a Summer of Code in Space (SOCIS) along similar lines to the annual Google Summer of Code. The Open Mission Control project (which is supporting our myPocketQub 442 UKube-1 payload) been accepted as a mentoring organisation by ESA. If you would like to apply to be a student on this or any […]

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Final Space Shuttle landing in history

The space shuttle Atlantis of the final space shuttle mission STS-135 is going to land at KSC (Kennedy Space Center, Florida) on Thursday, 21 July, 2011. The landing time is planned to be 05:58am EDT (09:58 GMT, 10:58 UK time). What the STS-135 did/will do during its 4-crew, 12-day mission: 1. deliver the Raffaello multi-purpose […]

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Say goodbye to the shuttle

What can you say about the last shuttle launch that hasn’t already been said? I remember watching the first launch on TV as a kid and thinking this was it, the start of the something really big. All these years later and we have taken great leaps forward in our robotic exploration of the solar […]

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Volunteers Wanted

Would you like to help run UKSEDS? We urgently need some volunteers to help the committee so that we can get on with all the cool projects that people have been suggesting. There are two ways you could help: a) Become a co-opted committee member: We need some new committee members to replace those who […]

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Upcoming free CranSEDS branch activities

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CranSEDS, the Cranfield University branch of UKSEDS, is inviting all UKSEDS members and non-members to the following activities on Cranfield University campus, building 114,  http://bit.ly/hESf1b (CSA lounge, Cranfield University, College Road, Cranfield, Bedfordshire MK43 0AL). If you are not from Cranfield, you can find the building 114 on this campus map:http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/locations/cranfield/campus_v13%20(2).pdf Week: 6 June – 12 […]

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Rockets and BBQ Saturday 4 June

There are only a few days to go until our Rocket Launch and BBQ at MSSL. We will be launching rockets to celebrate myPocketQub442 being selected as one of the UKube-1 payloads. There will also be a chance to relax by the pool and chat to the myPocketQub442 team. There are still some places left, […]

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UK Space Conference 2011: Update

The UK Space Agency has now published the programme for the 2011 UK Space Conference. Speakers include David Willetts, Jean-Jacques Dordain, DG, European Space Agency, David Williams, Chief Executive, UK Space Agency,  Jonathan Amos, Sir Martin Sweeting, Executive Chairman, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd, George Whitesides, CEO and President, Virgin Galactic and Professor Sir Adrian Smith, Director […]

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This Friday, 29th April, Lecture: History of the British Interplanetary Society (and UK in Space)

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The lecture is organised by CranSEDS: Cranfield University branch of UKSEDS. It takes place on 29th April (Friday) at 14:00, at Cranfield University campus (building 114). Everybody is welcome! Free admission! If you are not from Cranfield, you can find the building 114 on this campus map:http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/locations/cranfield/campus_v13%20(2).pdf Also, to find Cranfield University campus: http://bit.ly/hESf1b (CSA lounge, […]

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