UK Space Agency gets its own website

by | Apr 7, 2010 | Seradata News | 0 comments

The new UK Space Agency now has its own website and the old British National Space Centre (BNSC) URL re-directs to the new site, which is essentially the BNSC site with a new logo. A comment on the realities of the agency perhaps?

Meanwhile go here for a critique of the logo design

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