ANALYSIS: UK 'punches above its weight' in space

​For anybody with a longish memory it may seem to odd thing to say, but spaceflight is a high-profile affair in the UK. On the shoulder of astronaut Tim Peake’s blue European Space Agency jumpsuit is a Union Jack, prominent as the former Apache helicopter pilot tours the country to ...

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