U.K. Space Agency Approves UKube-1 Design For 2012 Mission

TOULOUSE, France — The U.K. Space Agency’s UKube-1 project passed critical design review (CDR) Nov. 4, marking a major milestone on the road to building and launching the miniature, cube-shaped spacecraft atop a Russian Dnepr rocket in 2012. Designed by Glasgow, Scotland-based cubesat-maker Clyde...

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