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Scottish Space Strategy Launched

Ambitious plan aims to create 20,000 jobs.

EDINBURGH (Scotland Government PR) — A new strategy to secure a £4 billion share of the global space market for the Scottish economy has been published. [Download PDF]

The Scottish Space Strategy sets out plans to develop a network of satellite launch sites, pursue green technologies and build on existing strengths in data analysis and research.

A collaboration between the Scottish Government and its enterprise agencies, industry group Space Scotland and the Scottish Space Academic Forum, its main aims include:

  • Positioning Scotland as a global leader for commercial space developments.
  • Establishing a range of managed launch and orbital services, supporting the largest launch capability in Europe.
  • Developing a world-leading environmental strategy for Scotland’s space industry, from reducing emissions to supporting the use of satellite data for environmental monitoring.
  • Building Scotland’s international economic opportunities through increased exports and target inward investment to plug critical gaps in capability.
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Clyde Space Boosts Management Team

Will Whitehorn, Jennifer Riddell-Dillet and Craig Clark. (Credit: Clyde Space)

Will Whitehorn, Jennifer Riddell-Dillet and Craig Clark. (Credit: Clyde Space)

GLASGOW (Clyde Space PR) — Clyde Space, the pioneering company which designed and manufactured Scotland’s first spacecraft, has announced two major appointments to its management team including the former President of Virgin Galactic.


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