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Black Arrow “Return To Flight”

Black Arrow Launches On the 50th Anniversary of the first successful British rocket launch, the Black Arrow name is reinvigorated as Black Arrow Space Technologies starts up in business. Black Arrow Space Technologies is a new British company developing spaceflight technologies designed to launch satellites into orbit.  Black Arrow unique offer is their seaborne launch system – commercial rockets launched …

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Video Interview with CEO Paul Williams

Our Chief Executive Paul Williams was interviewed by video blogger and influencer Vicky Duncalf, aka Vicky Video, at the 2019 UK Space Conference at the International Convention Centre in Newport, South Wales. The video also features an interview with one of our WISE (Women in Space Engineering) Ambassadors, Rachel McLaren.

Arrow Flyers Newsletter published

This week is the 48th Anniversary of Britain’s last satellite launch. To mark this, we have published our first newsletter. Arrow Flyers is aimed mainly at undergraduates and postgraduates as there is much interest in the University community in Black Arrow and working with us to develop our launcher system and associated technologies. We hope the Newsletter will also be …

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AstroTanks Website Launch! High Performance Storage Tanks for Spaceflight

AstroTanks! High-Performance Storage Tanks for Spaceflight We have just launched (forgive the puns) our new sister company website; AstroTanks use that link to check out all the information about this exciting part of our space technology program. Here is some more information about AstroTanks if you want the low down: Alloy/Composite Hybrid Tanks at Lower Cost Astrotanks will develop alloy/composite hybrid …

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Join the Space Race & Help Build a Concept Engine!

We have started a crowdfunding campaign in order to build our very first concept engine the Goldfinch 3, please take a look and take a look at some of the rewards for contribution! Before we start building the launch vehicles (rockets) and taking astronauts, satellites plus a whole host of other things into space; we need to develop an engine …