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UK turns to satellites to support nuclear cleanup work

1 november 2019

The UK Space Agency and Nuclear Decommissioning Agency have issued a challenge to smaller businesses and university start-ups to research and develop satellite-enabled technologies that could help support the country's nuclear decommissioning efforts.

Bron: World Nuclear News
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