A NASA scientist claims Scotland's booming space industry will be "significantly weakened" if plans for a satellite monitoring facility in Perthshire are rejected.
Dundee Satellite Receiving Station
A recently closed Dundee satellite centre used by scientists worldwide could be on the move to a Perthshire airfield.
An internationally-renowned satellite facility in Dundee which was recently shut down may soon reopen at a new site just outside the city.
An impoverished Malian farmer who donated a fraction of a penny is among thousands hoping to save a "vital" Dundee service collecting images from space.
A 'world-leading' supplier of miniature satellites has reportedly expressed an interest in saving an “irreplaceable” Dundee facility which collects images of Earth from space.
Fundraisers working to save a Dundee satellite facility are offering up a once-in-a-lifetime prize to meet Buzz Aldrin at the 50th anniversary celebration of the first moon landing.
An ambitious online fundraising appeal is hoping to collect £1 million to save the Dundee Satellite Receiving Station (DSRS) from the axe.
A former NASA space scientist who helped the first humans to the moon has blasted the decision to axe Dundee's "irreplaceable" satellite receiving station.
A founder of Dundee's satellite receiving station has criticised Dundee University over its decision to close the facility.
Dundee University has been forced to close its satellite receiving station after the failure of last-ditch attempts to secure funding to keep it open.