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Oxford Space Systems is an award-winning space technology business that's pioneering the development of a new generation of deployable antennas and structures that are lighter, less complex and lower cost than those in current commercial demand



Drawing on conventional wisdom, as well as fresh thinking, the Oxford Space Systems team is proud to be at the forefront of developments in the new space age. OSS is set on becoming the leading global supplier of innovative deployable space antennas and structures in the new space age. Contracts and collaborations are under way with leading satellite builders in Europe as well as emerging players in the microsat & nanosat markets in the US, Europe and Asia.

Founded by experienced entrepreneur & CEO, Mike Lawton, the quickly growing Oxford Space Systems team contains a diverse range of world-class expertise in the fields of RF engineering, aerospace, mechanical, electrical/electronic, and thermal engineering for the space environment.

Oxford Space Systems currently works in three principle areas of product development: deployable antennas, AstroTube™ composite boom systems and deployable panel systems. Combining proprietary with traditional materials, tighter with an agile ‘can do’ approach means OSS is delivering innovative, scalable structures that save significantly in both build & launch costs.

Based at the UK’s Harwell Space Cluster, OSS has excellent access to the expertise & facilities of RAL Space, the European Space Agency, the Science & Technology Facilities Council and the Satellite Applications Catapult. OSS is backed by significant private equity and enjoys the funding support of Innovate UK, the European Space Agency and the UK Space Agency.

OSS has numerous collaborations with leading industry players & academia both in Europe & beyond and welcomes the opportunity to explore mutually beneficial collaborative developments.  We welcome inquiries globally for collaboration, specific product developments as well as potential terrestrial exploitation of our technology.




Product Assurance Manager

15+ years working in a low volume, high complexity manufacturing environment specialising in new product introduction of electro-mechanical products.

8 years experience in the space industry, delivering Passive RF and Electronic Satellite sub-assemblies.




Oxford Space Systems is developing innovative deployable antennas and structures that meet the challenges of the new space age. Our approach is one of agile development & validation where success is measured in proven hardware and customer commendations. Our strategy of ‘fast & lean’, combined with our unique proprietary materials, permits us to mature solutions at lower cost and a faster pace than our customers can achieve internally. This exemplified by the setting of two industry records with the successful deployment of the OSS AstroTube boom: from concept to orbit in under 30 months with the world’s longest retractable cubesat boom.


Beyond technical excellence from a highly experienced team, we’re differentiated by our core design philosophy: lowering costs by reducing complexity, mass and lead times. We’re proud of our rapidly growing reputation of being the UK’s ‘go to’ company for innovative deployable technology and frequently enjoy referrals and introductions from satisfied customers and co-development partners.

Our technology and products are co-developed with leading experts from academia and industry and in most cases supported by Innovate UK, the European Space Agency and the UK Space Agency.

Much of our work, which includes national defence projects, is performed under confidentiality agreements, however a selection of some of our technology in the public domain is profiled below.


The Oxford Space Systems expanding ‘outer-ring’ offers a highly cost competitive, reduced complexity alternative to current architectures. The patented self-synchronised design reduces both mass and complexity as well as offering some unique features that significantly reduce single point failure modes during deployment.

  • Significant reduction in complexity – no deployment cable or pulleys
  • Re-stowable on orbit (up to 95%)
  • Scalable architecture (2m – 15m diameter)
  • Available with proprietary metal-mesh or pre-shaped membrane surfaces
  • High frequency operation (up to Ka Band)
  • Applications: Data Relay Systems (DRS), Earth Observation, Telecoms etc.
  • ITAR-free


Based upon flight-proven high-strain composites, the Oxford Space Systems ‘wrapped-rib’ antenna offers a solution where recurrent volume costs are critical. The scalable design uses uniquely profiled ribs to maximise stowage efficiency without compromise to deployment reliability.

  • Centre-fed (Cassegrain) or offset reflector configurations available
  • Scalable architecture (0.5m – 5m diameter)
  • Single-shot deployment
  • High frequency operation (up to Ka Band)
  • Applications: Data Relay Systems (DRS), Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) systems, Telecoms etc.
  • ITAR-free


Based upon flight proven materials, OSS is developing a range of scalable, single-shot bi-, tri- and quad-filar helical antennas, where mass and stowage efficiency are critical. OSS is able to offer a complete turn-key RF design service, taking your helical antenna requirements and providing a cost & performance optimised solution.

  • Scalable (0.25m – 10m deployed length)
  • Low complexity architectures
  • Single-shot deployment
  • Applications: Internet of Things (IoT), atmospheric sounding etc
  • ITAR-free


Updating a successfully flight proven design, the Oxford Space System’s AstroTube Max boom is a highly scalable, structurally stiff boom designed to enable a range of mid to high mass payload deployments.

  • Low cost, low complexity design
  • Retractable or single shot deployment
  • Unlimited partial deployment
  • Footprint efficient
  • Scalable (0.5m – 15m)
  • Internal cable & gas feeds possible
  • Optional rotation
  • Based on a flight proven design (CFE-SAT 2007)
  • TRL 9 – outer CFRP telescope
  • TRL 9 – AstroTube actuator system

Applications: LDA deployment, Electric Propulsion Placement, high mass payload deployment

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AstroTube is a highly scalable, low cost boom designed to support a wide range of microsat & cubesat applications.

  • TRL9
  • Low complexity, novel design
  • Retractable or single shot deployment
  • Very low shock deployment
  • Integrated HDRM
  • Unlimited partial deployment & retraction
  • Low mass
  • Highly footprint efficient (<\0.5U)
  • Scalable (0.3m – 3m)
  • Simple I2C interface

Applications: payload deployment & retraction, antenna systems, de-orbit structures, solar sails

AstroTube successfully validated on orbit in November 2016 (AlSat-Nano 3U cubesat mission)


OSS has designed and developed 2 axis steerable panel array mechanism that permits the accurate pointing of an array comprising a single, two of three panel architecture. The scalable architecture is specifically.

  • Single or dual axis variants
  • Single shot deployment
  • Applications: Patch antenna arrays, thermal radiators, solar arrays etc
  • ITAR-free


Developed in collaboration with a leading European prime, the OSS large deployable array contains a number of unique design features that permit the use of stored energy materials such as high-strain composites or beryllium-copper whilst minimising lock-out shock. The design also permits the synchronised and predicable deployment of a multi-panel architecture as well as the ability to completely pause deployment at any point before full lock-out.

  • Low complexity, proprietary design
  • Single shot deployment
  • High reliability
  • Programmable rate of deployment
  • Applications: Patch antenna arrays, thermal radiators, solar arrays, SAR
  • ITAR-free


OSS Successfully Tests Antennas

9th December 2019: Last week at the National Physical Laboratory in London, Oxford Space Systems carried out successful tests on two different antenna architectures. OSS’ proprietary composite membrane surface was tested in a Sub-meter deployable configuration to assess capability and performance at Q/V band, yielding better than expected results. Additionally, OSS tested a novel deployable Yagi antenna which also yielded positive outcomes.

OSS continues to push the boundaries of RF capability for deployable antennas.


Sean Sutcliffe Appointed as CEO of Oxford Space Systems

6th November 2019: Oxford Space Systems has today formally announced the appointment of Sean Sutcliffe as CEO. Sean has a background in Defence, Energy and Chemical industries, and holds an Engineering Science degree from Cambridge University. Sean will work closely with industry partners, looking to drive OSS to it’s next phase in volume production of deployable structures.

Sean is succeeding former CEO Mike Lawton who founded OSS in 2013.

Details: https://oxford.space/download/OSS_Press_Release_20191104.pdf


£1.5m for Pioneering Stealth Technology

24 September 2019: Last week at the UK Space Conference it was announced that OSS had won a £200,000 Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition, to develop new stealth technology designed to make it harder to detect satellites on orbit; part of a £1.5m prize pool. OSS will build upon its expertise in novel deployable materials to explore a number of concepts. Split into 3 phases, this funding represents the first step to ensure the future safety and security of UK space assets. This development, alongside improving OSS’ wrapped-rib satellite antenna for Project Oberon, represents the second sovereign defence focussed funding secured by OSS this year.
More details: https://tinyurl.com/y5h2q3oo

Inspired Awards for Innovation & Impact

11 September 2019: Oxford Space Systems has once again been recognised by The Oxford Trust; this time for its success in “innovation and impact”. Supported by Barclays Bank, OSS scooped up the Enterprise Award for Innovation. The award “recognises outstanding performance of an Oxfordshire tech start-up…”. OSS has demonstrated outstanding commercial and societal impact in the last 12 months through its deployable space antennas and structures, together with its STEM outreach activities locally and nationally. OSS’ Armando Rojas collected the accolade at the awards ceremony held at Oxford Brookes University Campus.
More details: https://tinyurl.com/y2cz4q6y



10 April 2019: Up against another nine shortlisted space tech companies at the Space Symposium in Colorado, OSS pitched to a judging panel of senior NASA officials, investors and space industry execs in the NASA iTech Ignite the Night competition. Against a really strong field of impressive & diverse technologies, all vying to help NASA save costs and shape the future of exploration, OSS came away the winner for the “potential impact the technology may have toward the benefit of humanity & space exploration”. OSS now becomes one of 25 semi-finalists where its technology will be evaluated and if successful, will go forward as one of the Top 10 finalists to pitch at the 2019 NASA iTech Cycle I Forum in Pasadena, California. Details and list of Colorado finalists: https://tinyurl.com/y6lzsvnz

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13 February 2019: After nearly 10 months of being stored on orbit, an OSS AstroTube boom successfully deployed on orbit. The low Earth orbit action saw the RemoveDebris satellite deploy a section of spacecraft panel to test out the penetration kinematics of a novel ‘space harpoon’, part of a demonstration of UK debris removal technologies. After its long term storage on orbit the OSS boom placed the target exactly where planned; centre to the harpoon’s flight path. The experiment was hailed a great success – even if a little dramatic, with an anticipated ‘length reduction operation’….  Full deployment video: https://youtu.be/pDBFKXNNTow  More mission details: http://tinyurl.com/y4kchqzx

RemoveDebris AstroTube Deployed

OSS Makes the Top 100

10 December 2018: OSS ranks at #52 in the “Top 100: Britain’s Fastest-Growing Businesses”, a list compiled independent research agency, Beauhurst and Syndicate Room. Beauhurst examined the valuation of companies tracked in a cohort that has raised at least one round of equity funding before 30 June 2015 and at least one round of equity funding after 1 July 2015. Companies had to be at the seed, venture or growth stage; any dead, dying or exited companies were excluded, leaving a cohort of 1,479 companies. Further filters were applied to exclude companies that had raised less than £25,000, had a pre-money valuation of less than £1m in 2015, or who gave away a majority stake in their first equity transaction. Full details of the how companies were evaluated and the full listing can be found in a downloadable report here: https://tinyurl.com/y9cruct4



22 October 2018:  Want to know a little of OSS founder / CEO Mike Lawton’s journey to the starting of Oxford Space Systems and tips for growing a great tech business? Who knew that he wanted to fly the Millennium Falcon, but then again, who doesn’t?!  Check out Mike’s and the OSS story in The Telegraph: tinyurl.com/y9qb43vn 

Mike Lawton

OSS Goes to the ’Oscars’!

05 June 2018: Oxford Space Systems is through to the final of this year’s Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award. Seen as the ‘Oscars of Engineering’, the Award is the UK’s longest running and most prestigious national prize for engineering innovation.  Since 1969, the Royal Academy of Engineering has presented the award to the engineers behind the UK’s “most exciting and impactful innovations”. Many previous winners are now ubiquitous in modern technology, including some that went on to win the Nobel Prize. Whilst the OSS team certainly isn’t expecting to ever win a Nobel prize, the £50,000 cash prize and the highest engineering accolade in the UK would suite the team just fine!

The winner will be announced at the Academy Awards Dinner, being held in the Tower of London on 27 June. Full details here: https://lnkd.in/eUuDezx

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OSS Does It Again…!

21 May 2018: We’re putting our trophy cabinet under further stress by winning two awards in the inaugural Vale4Business (V4B) Awards!  From advanced engineering companies to independent retailers, Oxfordshire, UK is home a vibrant mix of businesses. The V4B Awards bring together the achievements of businesses in the area, recognising, rewarding and promoting local success stories.

OSS is really proud to have picked up the Innovation Award and for Mike Lawton, CEO & Founder, to be recognised as Business Leader of the Year.  Further details on the awards online here: http://www.vale4business.com/

V4B Awards

Oxford Space Systems to provide innovative antenna for US-UK atmospheric mission

26 Jan 2018: Thales Alenia Space UK has selected Oxford Space Systems to provide a deployable antenna based on OSS’ proprietary novel materials. The UK’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is the end customer for the mission to study the upper atmosphere due for launch in 2020. This low earth orbit mission, builds on the flight heritage of the OSS AstroTube boom currently on orbit on the UK Space Agency’s AlSat platform.

The mission, known as WISCER (Wideband Ionospheric Sounder CubeSat Experiment) expands on previous work carried out by Dstl and the University of Birmingham under fund from the UK Space Agency. WISCER, part of a joint programme with the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, will allow scientists to study the Earth’s upper atmosphere and evaluate the impacts on radio frequencies through the upper atmosphere.

OSS will design, build and test the deployable antenna at its new facility at the Harwell Space Cluster, Oxfordshire, U.K.


Physically The Best!

18 Oct 2017: Oxford Space Systems picked up another UK national award from the Institute of Physics (IOP) in London last night – its Commended Innovation Award. This is in recognition of OSS’ successful, innovative application of physics in the achievement of two records for the space industry with the AstroTube™ deployable space boom technology.

The IOP Business Innovation Awards are the only awards UK and Ireland that celebrate the innovative application of physics and the commercial exploitation of novel technology. The AstroTube is based upon a proprietary flexible composite material designed specifically to cope with the demands of the space environment. If was developed and flown in a record breaking time for the space industry.

Click here for details: https://tinyurl.com/y8zvv2ps

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OSS Wins a Global Award

14 Sept 2017: Oxford Space Systems won a significant space industry award in recognition for its disruptive innovation and future potential. The global competition saw a short list of twenty-two space sector start-ups brought together at the FinSpace Awards, Paris, France. The Awards, part of the Annual World Space Business Week Conference organised by Euroconsult, then saw five companies selected as joint winners.  OSS was the only UK based company to win, with other winners coming from the US and Germany.  Full details:  http://www.euroconsult-ec.com/14_September_2017_WSBW1


OSS Invited to the Party!

13 Sept 2017: Oxford Space Systems was proud to be one of a small number of companies invited to a celebration of UK government support for science and technology. The London event, marking 10 years of support for innovation, saw a number of distinguished guests attend, including Lord Willetts the former Minister of State for Universities and Science. OSS’ CEO, Mike Lawton, attended as one of several ‘roving innovators’ demonstrating space technology and talking about the importance of the space industry to the UK economy. A glossy coloured brochure produced to support the celebration featuring a two page spread on OSS.

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Oxford Space Systems Provides Space Industry Secondee to India

18 July 2017: Shefali Sharma, from the Business Development Team at Oxford Space Systems (OSS), has been selected by the UK Department for International Trade (DIT), the UK Space Agency (UKSA), and the Space Growth Partnership (SGP) as the UK space industry’s secondee to India. The secondment which runs from July to October will assess the scope and scale of market opportunities for UK space companies to export to India, as well as assess the appetite for Indian investment in to the UK. Read more here.


OSS Recognised As One of UK's Top Innovators

1 July 2017: Oxford Space Systems has been recognised as one the most innovative companies in the UK by making the Top 60 Innovations list in the July 2017 edition of Business & Innovation Magazine. The authors looked across the UK for innovations in all fields of engineering and design to compile their list of what they believed to be the most recent significant technological developments.  AstroTube™, the OSS proprietary flexible composite boom, developed and demonstrated on orbit in record-breaking time caught the magazine’s eye. “It’s the future potential of the material, whereby we can embed things like sensors and flexible printed circuit boards, as well making large sections that can be jointed on orbit, I think sets the mind racing with the possibilities”, CEO and founder Mike Lawton said.  Download Business & Innovation Magazine here: https://tinyurl.com/ycarrc52

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15 June 2017: Oxford Space Systems (OSS) has successfully secured over £1m in it’s interim funding round.  This has come predominantly from its existing institutional and private investors but also from new US investor, Space Angels.

Founder and CEO, Mike Lawton, explained the rationale behind the company’s interim fund raise, “On the back of the successful in-orbit demonstration of our AstroTube boom, we’re seeing a lot of positive volatility in the business, with enquiries coming in at a much increased rate. We wanted to ensure we had some clear water for the remainder of the year, ideally giving us breathing space to secure one or two of the lucrative flight contract opportunities we’re negotiating. Once we have clarity of these, we’ll be in a stronger position – than the great one we’re already in – for our third and more significant fund raise in early 2018.  Lawton went on to explain investor interest in OSS, “We targeted a raise of £800,000 (GBP) in this round but had such a good response from existing investors and the opportunity to bring Space Angels on board, that we ended up closing at £1.1m in new money”.

For more on the article, please see: https://goo.gl/HxA2Y6



20 April 2017: Shefali Sharma featured in leading digital magazine Womanthology.

Read Shefali’s words of inspiration and wisdom as she discusses opportunities in New Space and what led her to pursue a career in the industry. She also sheds light on the gender gap in space sector and the importance of inspiring young-individuals at home and at school-entry levels.

Check out the interview here: https://goo.gl/jShLAa

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18 January 2017: How do we most effectively send satellites into space? And how do we make the best use of the volume we have in rocket launchers?

Spaceoneers spoke to Mike Lawton, CEO and Founder of Oxford Space Systems. With their novel unfurlable technology such as their AstroTube™ boom, OSS are providing highly scalable, stowage efficient structures targeted at the global satellite industry.

In the interview, Mike talks about the challenges of the space industry, how ESA can be more entrepreneurial in its approach to SMEs, and the record-breaking first in-orbit demonstration of OSS’ AstroTube™ technology.

For more on the interview, please see: http://spaceoneers.io/2017/01/18/mike-lawton-oss



02 November 2016: Oxford Space Systems has set two industry records in the last month with the successful launch and deployment of its novel AstroTube™ boom. Launched on the UK-Algerian Space Agencies’ AlSat-1N cubesat on 26th Sept 2016, OSS has gone from product concept to orbit in under 30 months.

Mike Lawton, founder & CEO, explained: “To our knowledge, no one else has formed a new company, developed new materials and a product and then got to orbit so quickly. I’m really proud of the OSS team for this achievement – a truly agile development without compromising reliability.  Thanks must go to Innovate UK and the Algerian and UK Space Agencies for providing the opportunity and co-funding to come in alongside that of our investors. Special mention must go to ESA’s ARTES 14 NEOSAT programme.  This provided essential funding and expertise which permitted us to formally evaluate a range of novel composite layups targeting geo-stationary telecoms platforms. Although we’re not currently part of the programme, work completed under NEOSAT underpinned this successful on-orbit deployment”.

The next OSS AstroTube boom is due for launch on a commercial mission in summer 2017 and OSS is currently in negotiations with a number of overseas satellite primes for much larger variants of AstroTube and AstroTube Max.



26 September 2016: Oxford Space Systems has gone from company formation to material design through product design, test and launch in under 30 months.

The 3U Alsat-1N cubesat was successfully delivered to an orbit of 689km via the PSLV launcher from India this morning.  A healthy beacon signal was detected in South Africa when anticipated around 90 mins after separation of the satellite from its launch cradle. After a few weeks of health checking and payload checkout, Alsat-1N will deploy the OSS boom – the world’s longest retractable cubesat boom and thus setting another record for OSS!

Alsat-1N is a joint undertaking between the UK Space Agency and the Algerian Space Agency (ASAL), and is designed as an educational mission to be delivered by Surrey Space Centre (UK) for Algerian graduate students.

OSS is using the mission as a flight opportunity to validate a number of predictions made for its proprietary flexible composite material in the demanding environment of low earth orbit.  This data will underpin development of OSS’s commercial boom systems, including the much larger AstroTube™ Max boom as well as that of its AstroHinge™ deployable panel arrays.

Mission details can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/h9qugvq



16 August 2016: Institution of Mechanical Engineering (IMechE) recently interviewed Oxford Space Systems’ Founder & CEO, Mike Lawton, as a part of their Innovation Campaign. Oxford Space Systems is one of the companies supported by IMechE’s Stephenson Fund.

In the interview, Mike talks about company’s vision, the role of engineers in the UK and what innovation means to him.

For more on the interview, please see: www.imeche.org



2 May 2016: Oxford Space Systems CEO & Founder, Mike Lawton, was interviewed by Satellite Finance. Mike says that the UK newspace is tied down by ESA funding regimes.

In the interview, he points to a disconnect between the space agency’s ‘failure is not an option’ mentality and the ‘fail fast, fail cheap’ approach
taken by VC investors who have an appetite for risk on the back of rapid progress.

For more on the interview, please see: oxfordspacesystems.tumblr.com



18 January 2016: Oxford Space Systems gets great coverage in the space industry’s leading weekly newspaper – Space News.

The article in the US based publication, covers the UK Space Cluster at Harwell, Oxfordshire, UK – home to OSS – and why we’re based here.

For more on the article, please see: oxfordspacesystems.tumblr.com

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29 October 2015: Oxford Space Systems won the Grand Prix ‘winner of winners’ trophy at this year’s UK British Engineering Excellence Awards in London.  OSS was also awarded the Start Up of the Year trophy.

What the judges said: “OSS demonstrated everything you could plan and hope for from a start up; a viable range of innovative products and demand for its technology from the global space industry.  It’s a huge success story for UK manufacturing plc and an example to other companies of how to identify and exploit a market opportunity.”

For more on the event, please see: www.beeas.co.uk

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  • 2019 NASA ITECH AWARDTop 10 Finalist
  • ARTHUR C. CLARKE AWARDSpace Achievement Industry/Project
  • 2018 EMI AWARDSBest Research & Development
  • EUROCONSULT FINSPACE AWARD 2017The Most Promising Start-Up
  • BARCLAYS ENTREPRENEUR AWARD 2017Start-up Entrepreneur of the Year
  • THE OXFORD TRUST ENTERPRISE AWARDS 2016Start-up Entrepreneur of the Year
  • UK BUSINESS ANGELS ASSOCIATION (UKBAA) 2016One to Watch – Best Investment in Disruptive Tech
  • BRITISH ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE AWARDS (BEEA) 2016Start-up of the Year + Grand Prix Award
  • OXFORDSHIRE BUSINESS AWARDS 2016The Oxford Science Park Innovation Award
  • UK BUSINESS ANGELS ASSOCIATION (UKBAA) 2015Best Investment in a High-Growth Manufacturing Business
  • OXFORDSHIRE BUSINESS AWARDS 2014The Oxfordshire LEP New Business Award


Top 10 Finalist


Space Achievement Industry/Project


Best Research & Development


The Most Promising Start-Up


Commended Innovation


Start-up Entrepreneur of the Year


One to Watch – Best Investment in Disruptive Tech


Best Pitch Hard Tech


Start-up of the Year + Grand Prix Award


The Oxford Science Park Innovation Award


Best Investment in a High-Growth Manufacturing Business


The Oxfordshire LEP New Business Award


We’re looking for people that aren’t afraid of significant commitment and responsibility.  We’re looking for people that share our hunger in defining what’s possible in NewSpace.  We’re looking for people that strive to find solutions – not reasons why things can’t be done. There’s no ‘passengers’ at Oxford Space Systems.  In return for your hard work and ability to deliver you’ll enjoy a unique, flexible working environment where you’ll work alongside some of the brightest & most motivated minds in the UK space industry.  Please only apply if you’re up for the challenge of a lifetime…..


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If you wish to apply for any of our roles, please send your CV and covering letter to jobs@oxford.space

For all job enquiries please contact our Office Administrator Shannon Kent. We have a preferred list of recruitment agencies we work with.

Please note OSS does not pay for any interview travel expenses.


Please note we are not accepting applications for apprenticeships this year and we have closed applications for work experience in 2020.

Applications will open again early next year for 2021 opportunities, date to be confirmed.



Discover the future at:

Oxford Space Systems
Zephyr Building
Harwell Space Cluster
Harwell OX11 0RL
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1235 425 840

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Oxford Space Systems is headquartered in its own custom-built facility at the Harwell Space Cluster.  This provides OSS with the largest clean room on campus together with a large light industrial area for lower TRL assembly and testing.  The modern environmental test facilities of RAL Space and the National Satellite Test Facility (NSTF) are housed directly opposite the OSS facility.

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