The UK is about to send its first rocket into space.
The rocket is designed to carry satellites that will help us monitor the Earth and its resources more closely, as well as help us understand how climate change is affecting us all.
It's a big moment for the UK—and it's also an exciting time for science enthusiasts everywhere!
The rocket will launch from the European Space Agency's Spaceport in French Guiana, which is located in South America. The entire journey takes about 30 minutes, and it's expected to be completed by the end of this year or early 2020.
The rocket will be carrying two satellites that are currently being tested on Earth: [satellite 1 name] and [satellite 2 name]. They'll be deployed into orbit once they've been launched into space by this rocket!
The UK will send its first rocket into space in 2021. It's a major milestone for an important country in the world of space exploration and development.
The British Space Agency (BSA) announced that they are going to launch a rocket from the island of Anglesey, Wales, on January 28th, 2021. This is what the organization called "a very important step for the UK to become a global leader in space exploration."