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Setting a world record

At 12:50pm on the 14th of February 2019, Richard Beech and Dan Blaney were excited. Two and a half hours earlier, they had been at...

2019 In Review

With 2020 still fresh out of the oven, we've set aside a little time to reflect on the year that's just passed. After all, it's been one...

Space and Art

One of the reasons our launches hold so much fascination is because space holds so much symbolic importance for us. Across cultures,...

We sent a festival headliner into space

Festival season is just around the corner and at Sent Into Space HQ, we’re already starting to get a bit excited about the prospect of...

Solar eclipse from space for BBC

We launched our cameras into space to capture the greatest show on earth for the BBC. Launching one of our most daring missions ever from...

#talkingbollocks

Last year for April Fool's Day, we launched Jameson's limited edition Space-Aged Whiskey. Obviously, this was a light-hearted prank...

How to shoot for the moon

Earlier this month we were lucky enough to get our hands on a brilliant book by Professor Richard Wiseman. If that name sounds familiar,...

Moonshot Gin

From Juniper to the Moon Moonshot Gin is an extraordinary beverage, partly for the several awards it has won from various industry...

2018 in Review

The holiday season is firmly behind us and we have big plans for 2019, but today we wanted to stop and take a look at some of the most...

Kids ask the funniest questions

For the schoolchildren we visit in our Classtronauts program, the highlight is unquestionably the moment of release. Even the most...

Where does space begin?

What exactly is it that makes space, “space”? Where does the atmosphere stop? At what point are you an astronaut? How high can you get...

Music in space

Over the years we've worked with a whole host of musicians and performers who wanted to send their albums into space. Today, we're giving...

Research in space

We get a lot of attention for our marketing and publicity projects, with good reason. However, some of the work we’re most proud of...

Inspiring children with space

The most prominent science advocates of our age all agree that space exploration and colonisation will be a vital stepping stone in the...

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