U.K.-based Skyrora has unveiled plans to host a suborbital test flight in the fourth quarter of 2018. As part of its strategy to meet the rising demand for small satellite launches in a cost-effective manner, the company aims to set up a facility to launch smallsats from Scotland.
In a 1,300-word letter addressed to Poroshenko Tuesday, the Secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) Oleksandr Turchynov laid out his government’s defense against a controversial New York Times story published last week.
In the days that followed Monday’s report in The New York Times that North Korea may have illicitly procured advanced Soviet-era rocket engines from Ukraine, the response out of the post-Soviet nation could best be described as trolling.
SpaceNews Magazine's June 6 Issue features an in-depth look at the state of the Ukrainian space agency including a comprehensive interview with Lyubomyr Sabadosh, chairman of the State Space Agency, and a focus on the effect of the Russian annexation of Crimea on Ukraine's space program. For more visit spacenewsmag.com
Poland’s leading defense group PGZ has signed a deal with the State Space Agency of Ukraine under which the two countries’ defense and space industries will cooperate on new joint projec
Wednesday's briefing begins with an IMF report quantifying the financial toll Ukraine's conflict with Russia has taken on the Ukrainian space industry.
LOX-rich staged combustion oxygen-kerosene engines have been in production for decades in Ukraine.