A satellite that's been built in Scotland is due to be launched next year.
The satellite is very small compared to most satellites and will be used by the UK Space Agency to test new technologies in space.
Called 'The underlying CubeSat concept' or UKube-1 for short, amazingly is only 10cm by 10cm by 10cm.
More than 600 CubeSats have been launched into space so far and 40% of the
The satellite was built by them in the West of Scotland Science Park in Maryhill, Glasgow.
Unknown to most, Scotland is a big player as a suppler to the space industry through technologies and components and several Scottish firms supply the space industry.
Clyde Space systems engineer Steve Greenland told BBC Scotland, "People often ask me what my job is and I tell them that I'm building satellites in Maryhill," he says.
"Sometimes they don't believe it. Sometimes they laugh at me."