1. #SpaceWatchGL Opinion: The Future of EO Satellite Operations: Autonomy  SpaceWatch.Global
  2. Astronomers accuse Government of clogging up night sky by backing OneWeb satellite network  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. Britain's back in the space race with OneWeb — but can we keep up?  The Times
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Over the next decade, Earth Observation (EO) satellites will stop streaming image data to the earth. Instead, the instruments onboard EO satellitesby Thys Cronje Over the next decade, Earth Observation (EO) satellites will stop streaming image data to the earth. Instead, the instruments onboard EO satellites will tell us what is happening below. And, these satellites will be able to take control of their operations to allow for the execution of complex tasks. The statement above …

#SpaceWatchGL Opinion: The Future of EO Satellite Operations - SpaceWatch.Global

At the beginning of July the Government announced it was investing £400 million to acquire a significant share in OneWebs system At the beginning of July the Government announced it was investing £400 million to acquire a significant share in OneWebs system

Astronomers accuse Government of clogging up night sky by backing OneWeb satellite network

The Cold War was at its height when the first, and last, British satellite-bearing rocket blasted into space. Black Arrow, built at Cowes on the Isle of Wight and launched at Woomera in AustraliaThe Cold War was at its height when the first, and last, British satellite-bearing rocket blasted into space. Black Arrow, built at Cowes on the Isle of Wight and launched at Woomera in Australia

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