Scott Hatton

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Name: Scott Hatton
Date registered: 18th March 2015

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  1. Global nanosatellite market anticipated to reach $6.35 billion by 2021 — 22nd June 2017
  2. Plan aims to secure UK space sector — 21st June 2017
  3. Call For Abstracts period extended until Sunday 25 June — 12th June 2017
  4. 10% registration discount during May — 13th February 2017
  5. UK Government launches £10 million scheme for commercial spaceflight market. — 9th February 2017

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  1. RISpace 2016 returns to the Royal Society — 2 comments
  2. Save The Date – RISpace 2017 — 2 comments
  3. Presenter list for RISpace 2016 — 2 comments
  4. Pre-registration open — 1 comment
  5. Women in Aerospace Europe UK Local Group launch — 1 comment

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Jun 22

Global nanosatellite market anticipated to reach $6.35 billion by 2021

According to a new market intelligence report,  the global nanosat market is expected to reach $6.35 billion by 2021, growing at a CAGR of 37.91% during the forecast period. With the emergence of space technologies, which enable satellites to operate under harsh space environment, it has become easier to carry out cost-effective space missions. Nanosatellites …

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Jun 21

Plan aims to secure UK space sector

A government plan to secure growth in the UK’s £13.7bn space industry is laid out in the Queen’s Speech. The stated purpose of the new Bill is to make the UK the most attractive place in Europe for commercial space – including launches from British soil. It would help increase the UK share of the …

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Jun 12

Call For Abstracts period extended until Sunday 25 June

The Call For Papers for the 15th Reinventing Space (RISpace) conference opened on Monday 30 January 2017. An extension period has been set in place and the call will now close at 23:59 British Summer Time on Sunday 25 June 2017. The focus of the 2017 conference will be on the novel applications that are …

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Feb 13

10% registration discount during May

Tickets for this year’s Reinventing Space conference are on sale during the month of May at a 10% discount. Register online here

Feb 09

UK Government launches £10 million scheme for commercial spaceflight market.

Grants worth £10 million are being made available to help develop commercial launch capability for spaceflight, Science Minister Jo Johnson announced today. The funding comes as the government announced the timeline for new legislation which will facilitate and regulate commercial spaceflight. The government’s ambitions for the UK to hold a greater share of the commercial …

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Feb 08

12th Reinventing Space Conference Proceedings

We are pleased to announce that Springer has published the proceedings of the 12th Reinventing Space Conference. Skimsats: bringing down the cost of Earth Observation – Bacon, Andrew (et al.) Rethinking Private Property In Outer Space – Becerra, Jairo CubeSats to support Mars exploration: Three scenarios for valuable planetary science missions – Corpino, Sabrina (et …

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Jan 30

Call for Abstracts now open for RISpace 2017

The Call For Papers for the 15th Reinventing Space (RIspace) conference opened on Monday 30 January 2017 and will close on Friday 2 June 2017. The focus of the 2017 conference will be on the novel applications that are becoming commercially viable as space technology improves. These include space tugs; space tourism; satellite refuelling; debris …

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Nov 25

RISpace 2017 – 24-26 October – Save The Date!

The 15th Reinventing Space Conference will be held in Glasgow, Scotland between 24-26 October 2017. Our hosts will be Strathclyde Univerity and the venue will be within the Technology & Innovation Centre at 99 George Street, G1 1RD.

Oct 31

Winners of the Sir Arthur Clarke Awards 2016

The Arthur C. Clarke Foundation and the British Interplanetary Society are pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Sir Arthur Clarke Awards.  The finalists, three in each category, were invited by Ms Walda Roseman, Chair of the Arthur C. Clarke Foundation Board and Mark Hempsell, President of the British Interplanetary Society, to attend the …

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Oct 28

RISpace 2016 site visit to Airbus DS

The day after the final RISpace 2016 day, we took a bus full of delegates to visit Airbus DS in Stevanage, England. Airbus Defence and Space teams focus on the design and manufacture of advanced satellites and systems for telecommunications, earth observation, and navigation and science programmes. They also support the UK’s military satellite communications …

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