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Kourou, French Guiana – 10th October 2023 – ISISPACE Group confirms the success of the ISILAUNCH40 launch campaign during the Vega VV23 mission. The two 6-Unit CubeSats – named ∑yndeo-1 (CSC-1) and ∑yndeo-2 (CSC-2) – with novel technology experiments...
Across the United States, outdoor enthusiasts are packing their backpacks, lacing up their shoes, and filling their water bottles for long, nature-filled weekends. As summer moves into fall, they are trading in their baseball caps for their wool flannel...
Today we have an exciting update to report for the Tanager program – the imaging spectrometer, developed by NASA JPL, has been handed off to our team for integration onto our Tanager 1 hyperspectral satellite. This exquisite instrument will...
It’s my pleasure to welcome Tramayne “Trey” Whitney to the Planet team as our Chief People Officer (CPO). Planet represents a global and culturally diverse company and Trey’s advanced leadership in building cohesive teams will be instrumental as we...
Delft, 31st August 2023 – Two 6-unit CubeSats with novel technology experiments are on their way to the launch base in Kourou, French Guiana, for a ride to orbit with the VEGA VV23 mission. Following the design, implementation, and...
Welcome Sinergise and the Sentinel Hub Community! Planet has acquired the business of Sinergise, including Sentinel Hub, marking a significant step forward in our mission to make Earth observation (EO) data more accessible and impactful. We are excited to welcome...
On 3, 4 and 5 July, the “2nd Conference on SmallSats” organised by SATLANTIS, in collaboration with the “11th Conference on Space Telecommunications” of HISPASAT (“II Encuentro Sobre SmallSats” & “XI Encuentro Sobre Telecomunicaciones Espaciales”), took place as part...
Humanity’s oldest source of renewable energy currently plays a pivotal role in the energy supply of over 160 countries worldwide. With 4,252 TWh generated in 2022, hydropower makes the largest contribution to total renewable electricity generation (37%), coming right...
The European Union (EU) has awarded contracts worth €5m each to nine startups to provide additional data to the Copernicus project, the world's largest Earth observation programme. The awards are part of a new procurement method called the "dynamic...
SATLANTIS is honoured to announce to be among the nine New Space companies selected to join the Copernicus programme (the European Union’s Earth Observation flagship environmental programme) as “Contributing Missions” (CCMs) . Today, at the Paris Air Show (Le Bourget,...