we've got a headquarters.
So me and
not very many other people at the moment,
but we are growing.
And at that point we took on
the command and control of RAF Fylingdales,
which most people are aware of.
Not many people are aware of what it actually does.
But that's been there since 1963,
and its primary role,
it's a ballistic missile defense radar.
And so, you know, ultimately
it's a very powerful radar,
looks upwards, obviously,
and it's looking for missiles
and it's looking for re-entry vehicles.
In a secondary role,
clearly with a big powerful radar,
it's looking and tracking various objects in space.
And so RAF Fylingdales does that.
Then we also have what's termed
the Space Operations Centre.
That's based at High Wycombe.
And the Space Operations Centre is
essentially the center of the spider web
in terms of taking that
space surveillance information,
bringing it together,
fusing it with intelligence that we've got
of what's going on in and around in orbit
and other places in the world,
and providing a space service
to other members of the armed forces
and actually the commercial partners as well.
Within there, there is a commercial integration cell,
which has a bunch of UK satellite operators
where we share information.
So, fantastic bunch of people down there.
And, you know, realistically
that's the limit of our operations right now.