Who are UKSEDS?
Our mission is to connect students and recent graduates with the space sector, in the UK. We run space projects, host conferences, competitions, workshops, and careers events, and do outreach all over the country. Our vision is of a thriving UK space sector in which a wide range of space careers are viable for a wide range of people.
We provide students with opportunities to develop their skills and experience, and also to learn more about the sector.
We represent the role of students and young people within the space sector, to enable them to have their voices be heard.
We support events across the UK to promote understanding of space and its importance to life on Earth.
News and Events
❗The new timings are 12:00 to 17:00 to include talks from popular demand.Read More
RT @PlanetaryAmy: Looking forward to being part of this @UKSEDS event & sharing how rocks from space decode planetary construction and Sola…Read More
RT @LeighFletcher: Looking forward to chatting to @UKSEDS this weekend about Europe's first mission to the Jupiter system - @ESA_JUICE, lau…Read More
RT @theAstroAgency: Brace yourselves, #SpaceBar #61 is coming on February 23rd with @dallascampbell and Dr. @SuzieImberSpace! 🌌 📅 February…Read More
Grab your FREE tickets here: We can't wait to see you there! 🌟 #UKSEDS #ClusterEventRead More
Have you spotted a UKSEDS cluster event near you? 👀 The UKSEDS Cluster Event for North and East England is THIS WEEKEND! Join us on Saturday the 4th February to meet UKSEDS members and branches, network with others in the space industry and listen to some awesome speakers! 🛰️ https://t.co/2yYcSeAcc9Read More
Join online for FREE here: We can't wait to see you there! 🌟 #UKSEDS #ClusterEventRead More
So many guest speakers we could barely fit them in our post... 👀 The UKSEDS Cluster Event for London and the South is THIS WEEKEND! Join us on Saturday to meet UKSEDS members and branches, network with others in the space industry and listen to some awesome speakers! 🛰️ https://t.co/g3Sa7BYtD6Read More
Grab your FREE tickets here: We can't wait to see you there! 🌟Read More
Looking for something to do this weekend?👀 The UKSEDS Cluster Event for the Midlands is THIS WEEKEND! Join us on Saturday the 4th February to meet UKSEDS members and branches, network with others in the space industry and listen to some awesome speakers🛰️ #UKSEDS #ClusterEvent https://t.co/wtmEbl58x6Read More
🔭Spotify: 🔭Apple: https://t.co/Ay3sYCHPSh 🔭Google: https://t.co/XNoPGJgvSI #space #ukseds #PreparingforLaunch #technology #NaautRead More
Prepare yourselves for the launch of our newest episode of the Preparing for Launch podcast. This week Isaac is joined by Founder of Naaut and Co-founder of the London Space Network @nushkino ! They'll be discussing innovation, technology and even the Olympics. T-2 days..🚀 https://t.co/f0noZAha7oRead More
Remember, if you're a student or recent graduate, you can become a UKSEDS member and get your tickets for a discounted price 👀Read More
🌟SPONSOR ANNOUNCEMENT 🌟 We are delighted to announce @BrightAscension as BRONZE sponsors of NSSC 2023! If you still haven't grabbed your tickets, get them here: #NSSC23 #BrightAscension #Satellite https://t.co/ZrrSnb3jEyRead More
Submit by 7th Feb for the chance to present your work at NSSC 2023, win a LinkedIn certificate or win £50 as the overall winner and £25 for runner up! Choose to submit either an abstract and report or a poster and presentation. Use this link to submit:Read More
Don't miss out on the chance to showcase your space research at the UKSEDS Space Research Symposium!🚀 #STEM #ResearchSymposium #SciComm #UKSEDS https://t.co/LvfFmqtKPbRead More
Early bird tickets are still available for NSSC, grab yours here: Remember, UKSEDS members get further ticket discounts, sign up here: https://t.co/KHvEHyDZmYRead More
✨FIRST SPEAKER ANNOUNCEMENT✨ UKSEDS are delighted to be welcoming Javier Martin-Torres as a speaker at NSSC 2023! Javier's talk will be entitled: "Is Mars Habitable?" 🪐 @AbdnPlanetSci #UKSEDS #NSSC2023 https://t.co/xMJfY1l4VJRead More
As we celebrate the anniversary of the event, let's remember the significance of Explorer 1 and the incredible advancements in science that it sparked. Here's to the pioneers who dared to explore and to our members who keep the legacy alive! Happy anniversary, Explorer 1! 🚀🪐Read More
On the 31st January 1958, Explorer 1 - the first satellite launched by the United States was sent into orbit. Carrying a payload of scientific instruments, it marked the beginning of the space race and the start of a new era of discovery. #Explorer1 #SpaceExploration #UKSEDS https://t.co/8rhZNmfDthRead More
For general enquiries, contact [email protected] or use the form to the right.
If your enquiry is to do with careers in the space sector, visit SpaceCareers.uk.
If wish to contact a specific member of the Committee, you can find their email address here.
Please don’t send your enquiry to more than one address. We will respond as quickly as we can, but please bear in mind we are a volunteer-run organisation and deal with enquiries in our spare time.