For the past 60 years, satellites have helped collect information about space, enabled us to communicate with each other all over the world, and in some cases, has even been used for spying.
Some are as big as a double decker bus and some are small enough to fit in your pocket. The space sector is growing fast in Scotland with over 7,500 people innovating in areas such as research and development, manufacturing, launch and operations, and data analytics.
One of the companies leading this innovation and growth is AAC Clyde Space. Founded in 2005, it manufactures products which have 1000s of hours in space and offers complete nanosatellite missions covering mission analysis and design, manufacture, launch and operation, and data delivery.
The future is bright for the Scottish space sector so come along and learn more from Pam Anderson and Derek Bennet and find out how you can be part of this exciting sector.