In Scotland, the UK's Rocket Satellite will be screened in Scotland in 1971, about 16,000 km away from Australia.
For more than 48 years, in the southern Australian region, the Black Airlock missile was at its disposal landing site.
Over time, it was damaged due to heavy weather and pilgrimage, but later the Syrore Space Astrophotographer Company came to the house.
Black Arrow traveled through Edinburgh from the Australian Desert through Adelaide.
The rocket, known as the "most important thing" in the UK's space industry, is due to be screened at Penicuik, Midlothian at the end of this month.
Daniel Smith, director of Schioriou, said: "This is the most important piece of art in the United Kingdom's space history."
The rocket will be unveiled at Copenhagen Headquarters and at Edinburgh at the end of this month at Copenhagen.
The idea that the government of the United Kingdom was once again introducing our country would have seemed like a perfect time for Black Arrow.
"This will actually help the rocket present and future generations to appeal to scientists and engineers."
On the British coastal strip, the Isle of Wight developed and tested, Black Arrow completed four artillery between 1969 and 1971.
The third flight was the first or only successful UK Orbital orbit. But the program was canceled.
Rocket among the space community is said to be "cultural status".
A mile set was also given at the place where the Black Arrow was deposited and Sarisra.
Dr. Graham Travook, chief executive of the UK Space Agency, said: The "Black Arrow" testifies today to "the long-standing heritage of Britain in the developing Astrix today."
Last year, North Scotland successfully completed its founding sub-orbital test.
The company's next rocket Scylla Micro and Skyy will offer a more valuable space experience to its team. It will be able to reach the boundary of space. This is a victory not previously performed by a private company from the United Kingdom.