Airbus selected French space startup Anywaves to supply antennas for the satellite platforms Loft Orbital ordered in January. Anywaves announced Tuesday that it will supply more than 70 products for the satellites to be deployed by Loft Orbital. Airbus signed a five-year framework...
The James Webb Telescope (JWST), the biggest space telescope ever built, launched on Christmas day 2021, will revolutionize astronomy and science in the same way as its predecessor Hubble did. The James Webb Telescopes embarked the Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) instrument...
Altair has signed a research agreement with the Politecnico di Milano. The agreement will allow Altair to participate in the Space Economy 2022 Observatory, which is a group of researchers and organizations dedicated to exploring how key industrial players...
Galicia will become the meeting point for the main institutions, companies and start-ups in the aerospace sector in Spain. The New Space España, organized by Alén Space, will celebrate its second edition at the Afundación headquarters in Vigo, with...
Aerospacelab proudly unveils its satellite mega factory commitment, with a yearly production capacity of 500 satellites, making it effectively the largest satellite manufacturing plant in Europe. This groundbreaking new site, which will be built by Sambrinvest in Charleroi, follows...
With the Johannes Kepler Observatory, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) has a unique research and development station. The observatory will use state-of-the-art laser technology to determine the trajectory and composition of space debris in near-Earth orbit as quickly, precisely...
Syrlinks is pleased to celebrate together the delivery of the S-band transceiver - EWC29 and the X-band transmitter - EWC30 dedicated to the MERLIN mission. This is equipment allowing satellite telemetry and remote control for the EWC29 and image...
CELESTA, the first CERN-driven satellite, successfully entered orbit during the maiden flight of Europe's Vega-C launch vehicle. Launched by the European Space Agency from the French Guiana Space Center. Weighing one kilogram and measuring 10 centimeters on each of its...
Virgin Orbit announced that it has been selected to launch RHEA Group’s first satellite into space. The international engineering and solutions firm is working with Open Cosmos to design, build and operate its mission. Open Cosmos and RHEA have...
The Celestia Group has announced new appointments to its senior management team to support its current growth plan and maximize the collective strengths of the individual companies within the international technology group. Steve Jones has been appointed as the group’s...
Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace has entered into an agreement to acquire Lithuanian smallsat mission integrator and bus manufacturer NanoAvionics. The planned acquisition expands Kongsberg's space offering to also have products and technology for manufacturing small satellites. NanoAvionics is a leading...
US Company Turion Space, building spacecraft for space logistics services including space debris removal and space situational awareness data, has selected Exolaunch, a global provider of launch, deployment and integration services for small satellites, to provide launch services for...
ReOrbit is delighted to welcome John Auburn to the team as Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) and as a Member of the Board. John will bring extraordinary value to ReOrbit’s vision of pushing the space industry into the uptake of the next generation...
Mission integrator and smallsat bus manufacturer NanoAvionics has sold, for the first time, one of its operational satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO) including ongoing mission operations. Launched last year, NanoAvionics's shared 6U satellite mission "D2 / Atlacom-1" includes...
3D printing leading companies CRP Technology and CRP USA have signed an investment agreement with ITT a manufacturer of highly engineered critical components and customized technology solutions headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut (USA) and present in more than 35 countries. According...
Reliable and powerful computers play a central role in spaceflight – for example, computer systems in satellites enable sophisticated Earth observation missions. The German Aerospace Center is developing a new computer architecture that will provide On-Board Computers (OBCs) with...
Unravelling the mysteries of the Milky Way and mapping it in the process is one of the main goals of the Gaia mission. Gaia observed and measured approximately 1.8 billion celestial objects for this purpose. By the expected end...
ReOrbit and VENG, an Argentinian-based company, signed an agreement to manufacture satellites in Argentina to serve the Latin American market. The directors of both organizations met at the Argentina Space Centre located in Cordoba Province, Argentina, to visit the VENG’s AI&T...