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New Zealand headquartered space-flight systems company Zenno Astronautics (Zenno) has completed the integration of its superconducting magnetic torquer for fuel-free spacecraft attitude control, the Z01, inside D-Orbit's ION Satellite Carrier in preparation for its first in-orbit validation mission. The orbital...
A leader in large-scale industrial 3D printing, a market leader in space logistics and the European Space Agency teamed up to launch a new Grand Challenge: The COSMIC LFAM ESA Grand Challenge. Starting from today, 26 May 2023, you can...
Thales Alenia Space, a consortium of space companies, has been awarded a €235m ($256m) contract by the Italian Space Agency (ASI) for an in-orbit servicing demonstration mission. The Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) mission is set to launch by 2026 and...
Space logistics and orbital transportation company D-Orbit launched Starfield, the eighth commercial mission of their proprietary orbital transfer vehicle (OTV) ION Satellite Carrier (ION), and the first one in a mid-inclination orbit. The OTV lifted off on January 31st, 2023,...
D-Orbit, the space logistics and orbital transportation company, announced today the upcoming launch of SPACELUST, the fifth mission using the Company’s proprietary ION Satellite Carrier (ION), a flexible and cost-effective orbital transfer vehicle (OTV) spacecraft designed both to precisely...
The space logistics and orbital transportation company launched its latest satellite carrier on January 13th aboard SpaceX Transporter-3 mission Fino Mornasco, Italy, 13-01-2022: D-Orbit, the leading company in space logistics and orbital transportation, announced today the launch of the latest...
D-Orbit collaborates with Spaceflight Inc. to accommodate VZLU payload onboard ION in last-minute operation Fino Mornasco, Italy January 5, 2022: Space logistics company D-Orbit succeeded in a last-minute integration of an additional satellite on the ION Satellite Carrier to be...
D-Orbit, the space logistics and transportation company, announced that it has successfully completed the deployment phase of its WILD RIDE mission. As part of this phase, D-Orbit’s ION Satellite Carrier (ION), the company’s proprietary space transportation vehicle, successfully deployed...
In June 2021, D-orbit will launch its satellite platform carrying six satellites and three payloads from eleven different nationalities. The mission, which will start on a 500 km Sun synchronous orbit (SSO), will go through four phases: satellite deployment, in-orbit demonstration...