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Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd

July 12, 2016

SSTL and Goonhilly Announce Partnership and a Call for Lunar Orbit Payloads

Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd and Goonhilly Earth Station Ltd (GES) have today announced a new partnership to go beyond Earth’s orbit and provide a new model of low cost, high value, space exploration and science.  With the ultimate aim of supporting a Solar System network, the SSTL-GES Lunar Pathfinder mission and its successors will provide

January 8, 2016

SSTL Led Consortium Awarded Innovate UK Grant for Novel Propulsion System

A British consortium led by Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) has been awarded a grant from Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency, to co-fund the development of a novel High Test Peroxide (HTP) propulsion system.  The new HTP propulsion system is being designed as an environmentally friendly and cost effective “green” replacement for hydrazine propellant

September 16, 2015

SSTL’s DMC3 Constellation Demonstrates 1-Metre Capability

September 16, 2015 — The first 1-metre high resolution optical satellite imagery from the DMC3/TripleSat Constellation satellites has been released today. This follows the successful launch of the three Earth Observation mini-satellites on an Indian PSLV in July and in-orbit commissioning and calibration by engineers from Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL).   The very high