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- 1. UK loses Galileo and Egnos but can continue with Copernicus and ESA [29 Dec 2020]
"The United Kingdom will no longer participate in the European Galileo or Egnos programs but can continue, in principle, with Copernicus and remain member of the European Space Agency (ESA), the British Government said." (SpaceWatch Global)
- 2. EU Commission wants satellite-based connectivity system [23 Dec 2020]
The European Commission has selected a consortium of European satellite manufacturers, operators and service providers, telco operators and launch service providers to study the design, development and launch of a European-owned space-based communication system.
- 3. RUAG provides GNSS receiver for Sentinel-6 [19 Nov 2020]
With the upcoming launch of ocean monitoring satellite Sentinel-6, two new Precise Orbit Determination Receivers (PODRIX) from RUAG Space will make their maiden flight.
- 4. Fourth GPS III satellite in orbit [06 Nov 2020]
Rocket: Falcon 9; Payload: GPS III SV04; Date: 5 November 2020, 2324 UTC; Launch site: Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, USA. About 89 minutes after lift-off, U.S. Space Force and Lockheed Martin engineers at the company's Denver Launch & Checkout Operations Center declared GPS III SV04 "separated" from its SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and "flying" under their control.
- 5. Ministers spent £64m on post-Brexit 'British GPS' scheme before it was abandoned and shut down [14 Oct 2020]
"A failed attempt to set up a British equivalent to GPS post Brexit cost taxpayers £64m before it was shuttered last month without succeeding in its aim, official figures reveal. The UK's Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) programme lasted just 18 months and was closed two weeks ago after ministers abandoned the attempt to create a conventional network of satellites to compete with US-based GPS and the EU's Galileo system, from which Britain is now excluded." (inews.co.uk)
- 6. UK U-turns on OneWeb for sat nav [28 Sep 2020]
"[I]t seems that wiser heads have informed the government that OneWeb would not immediately suit the UK's needs, at least not without considerable design modifications to OneWeb's fleet of satellites. Simply fitting at least a pair of Atomic Clocks to each satellite would cost millions. And the space-qualified Atomic Clocks are simply not readily available. The cost of fitting one Atomic Clock to the Galileo system was put at €2.2 million." (Advanced Television)
- 7. UK to 'reset' sat nav plans after scrapping work on £5bn Galileo rival [20 Sep 2020]
"The Government has formally scrapped Theresa May's plans for a British version of the GPS satellite navigation programme, leading to parts of Whitehall now pushing for the UK to rejoin the EU's Galileo system. ...-The Government said participating in Galileo was off the table." (The Telegraph)
- 8. ASECNA starts broadcasting SBAS signal on NIGCOMSAT-1R [13 Sep 2020]
The Agency for Air Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar, ASECNA, has started broadcasting an SBAS (Satellite-Based Augmentation System) signal over the Africa and Indian Ocean (AFI) region, providing the first SBAS open service in this part of the world via NIGCOMSAT-1R.
- 9. SSTL demos new GNSS-R capabilities [10 Sep 2020]
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) has successfully demonstrated GNSS-Reflectometry (GNSS-R) from its 18-kg DoT-1 satellite.
- 10. Satellite manufacturers asked for Galileo G2 bids [16 Aug 2020]
Following the European Commission's decision to accelerate development of Galileo Next Generation, ESA has asked European satellite manufacturers to submit bids for the first batch of the Galileo Second Generation (G2) satellites. The new spacecraft are expected to be launched in about four years.
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