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Plan to revive 1970s UK satellite

Old UK Satellite Prospero 1970s

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A group of scientists and engineers is working on an ambitious project to revive a unique UK satellite - still in orbit after almost 40 years.

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From http://www.bbc.co.uk...onment-14783135

I'm glad they're giong to use a old Satellite again after 40 years.

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It’ll be interesting to see if they can make contact with the machine again. I’ve always lamented the fact that the UK didn’t pursue space exploration more actively given the enormously successful history of technological development the country has. Unfortunately, I think WW2 just took the back out of the country for so many decades after it ended that we simply couldn’t afford it.


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