I saw this when reading Hansard this morning. It’s a written answer from Friday where an MP (Mr Amess) asked: Mr Amess: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills whether he plans to provide funding for space projects related to a future moon landing; what discussions the UK Space Agency has […]Read more "Do MP’s really think we could do a future Moon Landing?"
Whilst doing my daily read through Hansard on the train is morning I came across this written answer in the House of Lords about monitoring Space Weather: Question Asked by Lord Hunt of Chesterton To ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have, in collaboration with other European countries and the European Space Agency, to […]Read more "The EU & Space Weather monitoring"
This is a written answer made in the UK parliament yesterday & shows now our government still doesn’t get space technology. I’m surprised on how much we actually do with so little government support. To be honest most members of the public wouldn’t even know how important the UK space industry really is: Space Technology: […]Read more "Uk budget for Space Technology is only £10m this year"
Whilst checking hansard (the official publication of the UK Parliament) for Trainwatch I spotted this set of written answers published yesterday (26 March 2012) about the Square Kilometre Array Telescope: Roger Williams: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what his policy is on implementation of the recommendations of the Square […]Read more "Square Kilometre Array Telescope mentioned in Parliament"
Over the last few months this question has cropped up every so often – specifically when saying which museum is going to receive each Space Shuttle – something that’s still open to debate as the decision process appears to be flawed. Anyhow, can you name all of them? If you as most people they’ll hopefully […]Read more "Can you name all of the Space Shuttles?"