Our missions are some of the most capable CubeSats ever built. Enabling high-quality science and advanced communications they are leading the way for future nanosatellite and microsatellite development.
Clyde Space takes its name from the River Clyde, which was once synonymous with high-volume and high-quality shipbuilding. Our aim is to reclaim this mantle as a spacecraft manufacturer, something we are proud to say is indeed becoming true. In the last two years, Glasgow has built more satellites than any other city in Europe.
The world’s first free-flying on-orbit demonstration for cold atom based science missionsRead more
We are developing a 3U platform for our partner Kepler Communications' latest mission. The spacecraft will launch Kepler’s novel Radio & Antenna in 2017.Read more
The goal is to develop a constellation of SeaHawks above to provide a global measurement of Ocean Color Data.Read more
The 1U Outernet Platform will send emergency weather warnings, medical advice, as well as news and entertainment information to users for free!Read more
The mission serves as an ESA in-orbit-demonstrator of CubeSat technology and a pioneer for small satellite missions.Read more
The first mission to be commissioned by the UK Space Agency since its formation in 2010, UKube-1 has been one of our most exciting projects to date.Read more