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« Odpowiedź #45 dnia: Grudzień 28, 2020, 21:43 »
W Copernicusie tak, ale już nie w Galileo?

Ciekawe jak się to będzie rozbijać w programie Horyzont Europa.

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« Odpowiedź #46 dnia: Grudzień 29, 2020, 16:41 »
Wdrożenie British Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) jest problematyczną kwestią.
Brytyjczycy mogliby lepiej spożytkować deficytowe fundusze.
W ramach współpracy z UE po Brexicie Brytyjczycy pozbawili się wpływu na rozwój sieci, a budowanie krajowego systemu w kontekście problemów gospodarczych wywołanych pandemią może nie być optymalną strategią.


UK scraps Brexit alternative to EU’s Galileo satellite system
BY CRISTINA GALLARDO September 24, 2020 12:02 pm

Boris Johnson’s government seeks ‘more realistic’ approach than Theresa May’s plan.

LONDON — The U.K. is set to scrap former Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan to replace access to the EU’s satellite navigation system Galileo after Brexit with a home-grown equivalent.

The UK Space Agency is expected to announce that contracts awarded to U.K. space companies to build the British Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) will not be extended beyond their expiration date at the end of this month.

This will effectively put the nail in the coffin of May’s plan to replace Galileo’s Public Regulated Service — the encrypted part designed to guide missiles and plan military operations — with a domestic global alternative estimated to cost between £3 billion and £5 billion. (...)
https://www.politico.eu/article/uk-scraps-plan-to-build-global-satellite-navigation-system-to-replace-galileo/

U.K. to revise strategy for satellite navigation system
by Jeff Foust — September 25, 2020

WASHINGTON — The British government, seeking a replacement for the Galileo satellite navigation system, said it will consider alternatives to an original plan to develop its own satellite constellation.

In a Sept. 24 statement, the British government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy said an ongoing study to examine the feasibility of a U.K. Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) will shift to one that will look at “new and alternative ways” of providing those services.

May’s plan, floated in 2018, was at the time considered bold and expensive. There is consensus in the space sector now that the U.K. does not really need a global system, and that funding pressures brought about by the coronavirus pandemic have rendered the GNSS project unachievable, according to UKSA and industry officials. The contracts awarded so far aimed to provide detailed engineering studies and procure some parts of the system.

“Rather than May’s reaction of ‘we will build our own then,’ this time there’s going to be a more considered technical view about what we build,” a senior industry executive said. “It will be more pragmatic, more realistic and more achievable. It was always a bit pie in the sky that we were going to build a global system. There are a lot of drains on the government funding right now with COVID-19 and building something that you don’t have to build doesn’t seem the right way to go about things.” (...)
https://spacenews.com/u-k-to-revise-strategy-for-satellite-navigation-system/

The Rocky Road To A UK GNSS
November 30, 2020

(...) Inside GNSS contacted a number of UK space industry players who largely declined to comment on the current state of UK GNSS affairs, citing, among other things, “commercial sensitivities” around the topic. There can be little doubt that they will all be watching developments with keen interest and seeking to participate in the still-to-be-defined program. (...)

Still with Benefits
Like every other country in the world, the UK will continue to enjoy free access to the open Galileo signal. In addition, the European Commission is committed to delivering in the near future a free high-accuracy service (HAS), and the Galileo commercial authentication service (CAS), though its final configuration is yet to be determined, will also be available to UK users.

One European Commission officer within the Galileo program, who prefers not to be named, told us, “I don’t see a reason why the services within my scope—OSNMA/HAS/CAS—will be different for the UK, as a user, than for any other user. Apart from the SIS, which is accessible worldwide, both OSNMA, HAS and possibly CAS will have a ground channel support, which should be part of the service. At the moment, but this is my personal opinion, there is no reason why any of these would not be available for the UK too. In terms of general benefits, one benefit of Galileo is not only being a user of its services but also participating in its development. I think in this part the UK may lose its benefits.” (...)
https://insidegnss.com/the-rocky-road-to-a-uk-gnss/
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Odp: Brytyjski program kosmiczny
« Odpowiedź #47 dnia: Styczeń 04, 2021, 20:19 »
Krajobraz po Brexicie
BY KRZYSZTOF KANAWKA ON 4 STYCZNIA 2021

(...) To wykluczenie ma przede wszystkim wpływ na bardziej zaawansowanych użytkowników rządowych. Przede wszystkim Wlk. Brytania straciła dostęp do specjalnej usługi Public Regulated Service (PRS) z systemu Galileo, ważnej dla kwestii bezpieczeństwa i dla “infrastruktury krytycznej”. Ponadto, brytyjskie podmioty nie będą mogły uczestniczyć w rozwijaniu przyszłych elementów systemu Galileo. Warto tu dodać, że w obecnej generacji satelitów Galileo brytyjskie podmioty odgrywały ważną rolę jako dostawcy wysokiej jakości komponentów. (...)
https://kosmonauta.net/2021/01/krajobraz-po-brexicie/

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« Odpowiedź #48 dnia: Styczeń 04, 2021, 20:21 »
Skoro tak wiele stracili,  to co w takim razie zyskał brytyjski space ?

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« Odpowiedź #49 dnia: Czerwiec 10, 2021, 03:20 »
Spaceport Cornwall (British spaceport) w wyniku podpisanej 9 czerwca umowy z  Sierra Space dopuszcza lądowania w przyszłości samolotu kosmicznego Dream Chaser.

Loty w ramach programu CRS-2 (Commercial Resupply Services 2 ) mają kończyć się na Florydzie.
Pierwszy lot orbitalny po przesunięciu terminu wyznaczono na 2022.


Sierra Space Enters Into International Agreement With Spaceport Cornwall for Dream Chaser® Spaceplane; Bolsters UK Space Industry
June 09, 2021

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Sierra Space did an additional evaluation of the site as part of the successful completion of the Concept of Operations (CONOPS). The resulting agreement specifically identifies Spaceport Cornwall as a suitable and viable return location for the orbital return of Sierra Space’s Dream Chaser spaceplane. The CONOPS, funded by the UK Space Agency as part of their Horizontal Launch Fund, investigated a number of factors including the operational requirements of Dream Chaser, the US/UK regulatory framework, return mission trajectory analysis, risk analysis, environmental and infrastructure review, as well as a consideration of present and future supply chain capability.

Sierra Space has long been targeted by Spaceport Cornwall as a potential second launch partner in addition to Virgin Orbit, who will achieve the UK’s first ever sovereign orbital launch from the site in 2022.
https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210609005506/en/Sierra-Space-Enters-Into-International-Agreement-With-Spaceport-Cornwall-for-Dream-Chaser%C2%AE-Spaceplane-Bolsters-UK-Space-Industry

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Odp: Brytyjski program kosmiczny
« Odpowiedź #50 dnia: Czerwiec 10, 2021, 15:29 »
Czy brytyjska agencja kosmiczna wymaga leczenia  ;)
To się nazywa szeroki zakres kompetencji.


Health care exec to lead UK Space Agency
by Jason Rainbow — June 10, 2021

TAMPA, Fla. — The UK Space Agency has picked health care veteran Paul Bate to be its next CEO starting Sept. 6.
Bate is currently vice president of commercial at Babylon Health, responsible for sales around the world for the U.K.-based virtual health care services company.
Prior to Babylon he was on the board of the U.K.’s Care Quality Commission, which regulates health and social care services in England.
Bate, who has a Ph.D. in particle physics, was also the U.K. prime minister’s policy adviser for health and adult care between 2011 and 2013. (...)
https://spacenews.com/health-care-exec-to-lead-uk-space-agency/

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/paul-bate-appointed-as-uk-space-agency-ceo
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