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United Kingdom Government Space Budget

United Kingdom Government Space Budget

In the 2015/16 fiscal year, which ran from April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016, the United Kingdom Space Agency (UKSA) budgeted £## million (US$## million), including £## million (US$## million) in contributions to ESA. Total spending was ##% more than the £## million (US$## million) spent in the 2014/15 fiscal year.


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Year: 2014
Country: United Kingdom
The United Kingdom Space Agency (UKSA) was expected to receive a budget of £## million (US$## million) in 2014, according to planning documents. Of that, £## million (US$## million) went toward the national space program and €## million (US$## million) went to the European Space Agency (ESA)....
Year: 2013
The United Kingdom’s planned space budget for FY 2013/2014, which ran from April 2013 through March 2014, totaled £## million (US$## million), based on planning documents published by the UKSA. This amount included the UK’s ESA contribution. During FY 2013/2014, planned UK national-only space...
Year: 2012
Civil space activities in the United Kingdom are primarily funded through the United Kingdom Space Agency (UKSA), which became operational in April 2011. Allocated space budgets for FY 2012/2013, which ran from April 2012 through March 2013, had not been published by the UKSA as of January 2013.
Year: 2011
Civil space activities in the United Kingdom (UK) are primarily funded through the United Kingdom Space Agency (UKSA), which became operational in April 2011, and the Technology Strategy Board (TSB). Space budgets for FY 10/11, which ran from April 2010 through March 2011, had not been published by...
Year: 2010
The British government established the United Kingdom Space Agency (UKSA) in 2010. However, the organization was not fully operational during 2010 and responsibility and funding for space activities remained distributed through several agencies. In FY 09/10, which ran from April 2009 through March...
Year: 2009
In the United Kingdom, responsibility for space activities is distributed across several agencies. Through 2009, space activities in the United Kingdom were coordinated by the British National Space Centre (BNSC), although individual agencies retain control of their own budgets. In December 2009,...
Year: 2008
The UK Civil Space Strategy 2008-2012 and Beyond, updated in early 2008, recommends spending for climatology, Earth observation, and Disaster Monitoring Constellation (DMC) satellites. The United Kingdom’s leadership in the field of disaster monitoring continued in 2008, as DMC imagery provided...

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