The Westcott Space Cluster Expo will showcase the achievements of companies operating on-site alongside their pioneering products and services and their bold vision for the future. The theme this year is enabling space innovation which will offer attendees a fantastic...
Launch services provider Rocket Factory Augsburg AG has tested its staged combustion Helix engine for the first time for a total duration of 74 seconds. This marks the successful completion of the first test campaign of the Helix flight...
In partnership with CNES and Airbus Defence and Space and as part of the TELEO project, Safran Data Systems has successfully delivered the first in a series of digital modems dedicated to Earth-to-Space optical communications, the Cortex Lasercom. Laser optical...
Oxford Space Systems (OSS) and Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) have completed the build of an innovative deployable Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) antenna payload for the next generation of high-performance low-cost Earth Observation radar small satellite missions. The new...
The European Space Agency ESA, the French space agency CNES, MT Aerospace AG (a subsidiary of OHB SE) and a group of European industrial and academic partners joined forces to cut CO2 emissions associated with orbital launches. They intend...
 Leaf Space and Azercosmos established Space Agency of the Republic of Azerbaijan, have entered into a long-term commercial partnership to install a new ground station in Azerbaijan and support satellite operators with our leading GSaaS solutions. The new, state of...
Space Resources Week 2022 is a 3-day conference connecting thought leaders from the terrestrial resources sector, aerospace industry, financial institutions, research institutes and academia. It aims at understanding the technical and economic challenges facing in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) and elaborating...
Speqtre, an innovative secure communications CubeSat, has passed a major milestone in its journey to space. ​The mission, which will demonstrate quantum key distribution (QKD) from space, has passed its critical design review which means that the team can...
The Spanish Public Research Organisation National Institute of Aerospace Technology (INTA) will host the antenna at their ground station in Maspalomas, Canary Islands. The grand opening includes one antenna, but in the future KSAT plans to add more. The antenna...
At the height of the summer vacations, HPS in Munich is at full power for the preparations for the third mission of the innovative ADEO space braking sail, which deploys automatically at the end of the mission and propels...
The SpIRIT spacecraft, the first selected for funding by the Australia Space Agency, has been booked with launch service provider ISISPACE Group through our subsidiary ISILAUNCH to blast off in April 2023. The spacecraft is being designed and built by...
The Instituto de la Ingeniería de España (IEE) hosted the 4th Space Engineering Congress (CIE) and the Interdisciplinary Space Week (SIE) during the week of June 20-24, 2022. In this edition, the focus was not only on purely engineering...
ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti's hard at work on her first ever spacewalk, conducted alongside cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev. Not only that, but this spacewalk was also the first conducted by a European woman and the first conducted by a European...
James Mason is the SVP of Space Systems at Planet and is joining the Advisory Board. For the last decade, he has been innovating new mission concepts, building and leading teams, and creating the largest remote sensing constellation in...
The satellite industry is booming like never before and there is no indication that this rapid and sustained growth may halt in the coming years.  There is a distinct demand for space software provision and a good number of vendors are...
In response to the extensive growth of demand and business in Spain, this new subsidiary will serve to support the company’s activities in the fields of Space and Energy programs, with its remarkable Customers base such as the European...
Even today, amateur astronomers can still contribute to scientific research. For example, Their new photometric filters now open another window into the depths of the atmosphere of the planet Venus. Venus amazes researchers. It is as big as the Earth...
The Ariane 6 central core (composed of the core stage and upper stage), assembled and left the Launcher Assembly Building for the first time, en route to its new launch pad, which was built under the supervision of CNES,...