Earth-i satellite
ELSA-d target spacecraft
SSTL SST-US Denver Colorado
Faraday smallsat
SSTL SST-US Denver Colorado
Surrey's SSTL-50 satellite bus
Lunar Prospect drill ESA
SSTL is leading a consortium that has received a grant award from Innovate UK, Britain’s science and technology stimulus agency to produce what SSTL said will be a “flight-ready concept” of a High Test Peroxide-based propulsion system by the end of 2016. Credit: µ-VIS centre at the University of Southampton
Wade Larson, President and COO of UrtheCast, speaking at the 10th Appleton Space Conference in 2014. Credit: Science & Technology Facilities Council
The main payload of India's July 10 PSLV launch was the three-satellite DMC3 constellation of 1-meter-resolution spacecraft built by SSTL as part of a commercial venture with anchor customer Twenty-First Century Aerospace Technology Co. (21AT) of Beijing. Credit: SSTL
Sir Martin Sweeting, shown speaking at the 31st Space Symposium in April, suggested May 26 that market enthusiasm for small satellites may have gone too far. Credit: Tom Kimmell
Surrey Satellite employees pose in 2008 with five SST-150 satellite platforms built as a MDA subcontractor for the RapidEye program. Credit: SSTL