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Sponsor our CEO to raise funds to tackle homelessness in Scotland

On Thursday December the 15th, alongside a number of other business folk,our CEO Steve Lee will be taking part in the Social Bite CEO Sleep-out to raise awareness of the sheer scale of the problems facing our homeless, and to raise funds to break the cycle of homelessness for good.

Copernicus Masters announces winner of Astrosat’s End to End challenge

After a tough competition, the eventual winners were National Space Centre (Ireland), which came up with a proposed sensor suite designed to monitor seaweed growth, titled Seaweed Crop Assurance, Monitoring, Prospecting, & Ecological Resource (SCAMPER) management.

Astrosat is hiring Software Developers

Astrosat is looking for a Senior Software Developer and Software Developers to work on the design and development of our Geographic Information System. As part of our tech team, you will provide technical expertise and leadership in the design and development of imaginative solutions to our unique software problems.

Astrosat is ready to solve your earth-bound problems from space

Astrosat is throwing open a challenge to space innovators everywhere to join in the international effort to help realise the possibilities of space.

Astrosat promotes from within for new COO, Georgy Dean

Multi-award winning Edinburgh-based space services and management company Astrosat has appointed Georgy Dean, previously Head of Operations, as its new interim Chief Operating Officer (COO).

Find out how space can improve your day-to-day life, and what impact the space technology has on business.

It’s time for everyone to ask how space can improve their day-to-day life, and for business to consider the impact space technology can have on them.

Astrosat welcomes the Copernicus Masters Challenge

The Edinburgh-based, internationally renowned, space services and management company Astrosat is this year setting the challenge for the prestigious European Copernicus Masters competition.

Astrosat shows RAPID advances in the jungles of Malaysia

Scottish space science and management company Astrosat has been invited to demonstrate the effectiveness of its revolutionary Recovery and Protection in Disaster (RAPID) system to the Malaysian government in field conditions.

Astrosat's 'CCTV in the sky' could help Guatemalan farmers fight back against illegal loggers

The blight of illegal timber removal from fragile rainforests could be alleviated by a "CCTV in the sky" being developed by Scottish-based, internationally-operating space services and management company Astrosat.

Astrosat CEO tells pupils to reach for the stars

Space technology company Astrosat has enhanced its position at the forefront of the commercialisation of the space sector by inspiring the next generation of space leaders.

Astrosat CEO addresses Symposium in Delft

The Delft University of Technology plays host to a series of talks entitled “New Space: Launching Entrepreneurship”, in association with the VSV Symposium. The talks will be held in the TU Delft Auditorium, Netherlands, on the 1st of March 2016, and registration is available on the website http://vsv-symposium.com/registration/

Astrosat is headline sponsor of major space conference

Astrosat has further enhanced its position as one of the UK's most ambitious space technology companies by taking the headline sponsorship of the Collaborate to Innovate Space Conference 2015.

Astrosat wins another major European space prize

Astrosat, the ambitious space services and management company, has continued on its stellar award-winning trajectory by beating off stiff competition to win another major European prize.

Stevenson Astrosat’s commercialisation of space sector

Copernicus Masters prize boosts Stevenson Astrosat’s commercialisation of space sector Success in the Copernicus Masters, the prestigious earth monitoring competition, has led to further opportunities for Stevenson Astrosat, one of Scotland's most ambitious space services and management companies.

To infinity and beyond for teen Scots explorers

SMALL steps by Scottish teenagers in the wilds of Greenland could lead to giant strides for the space industry.

Enterprising Lothian space technology expert keeps business eye on the world

The SME Focus feature from The Herald: a space enthusiast explains how he developed a business to help build a career in an industry in which there seemed to be limited job openings.