Plans to build the UK’s first vertical-launching spaceport in the Highlands have been delayed so that changes can be made to its design.
A Moray military base could soon become home to a test facility to support rockets being launched from the UK’s first spaceport.
Rocket launches from the proposed spaceport in the north Highlands will be monitored at a “mission control centre” in Forres, it has been announced.
One Moray teenager is hoping to use his straight As to help realise his ambitions for spearheading the next innovations in the space race.
Landowners in Sutherland were celebrating yesterday after agreeing a 75-year lease with the developers of an ambitious project to deliver the UK's first dedicated spaceport to the Moine Peninsula.
Up to 40 rocket launches a year could take off from Britain's first spaceport in the Highlands - almost seven times the initial estimate.
A war of words has broken out over claims where the best site for a spaceport in Scotland would be.
A new £200million vision for Moray could help the region reach for the stars.
Rockets to be launched at the UK’s first spaceport, in the northern Highlands, will be built in Moray.