Why should the UK be involved in Aurora?

           
What can you do to help make it happen?

         

Information on Aurora

On this site

  • What is Aurora?
  • Why should the UK be involved?
  • Why is action needed now?
  • What can you do?
  • What are the costs?

On other sites

     

Aurora is a long-term programme from the European Space Agency for the exploration of the Moon and Mars.

Its support comes primarily from the ESA member states.

One aim of these pages is to help raise public awareness of Aurora and the benefits for the UK of involvement in the programme.

The other aim leads on from that - to encourage people to help gain support for that involvement by writing to those who can influence the decision-making process, expecially MPs, expressing their own support.

These pages . . .

  • provide background information on Aurora
  • include links to other sites
  • explain why action is needed now
  • and describe what you can do to help


If you would like further information
  If you would like to arrange a presentation on Aurora
    If you have any comments

. . . then email me

Write to jstone[at]spaceflight-uk.com
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Next page: What is Aurora?

       

These pages have been produced by
Jerry Stone
Freelance presenter, author and broadcaster on astronomy and space exploration.


Contact me at jstone[at]spaceflight-uk.com
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See my main website, with details of my presentations and workshops on astronomy and space exploration at
http://www.spaceflight-uk.com

 

   

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