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Is the UK about to have liftoff in the global space industry?

With plans for satellite launches and investment in space-based solar, can the UK become a space super power?

In 1969, a British engineer was invited to the White House to meet President Nixon.

  • Zahaan Bharmal
  • The Guardian

His name was Francis Thomas Bacon and he had developed the fuel cells used on Apollo 11.

Known now as Bacon fuel cells, these power sources consume hydrogen and oxygen to produce water, heat and, in theory, a continuous supply of electricity.

His invention was considered so integral to the success of the Apollo mission that Nixon told him, “Without you Tom, we…

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