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Register Today For Our Space Café Germany by Andreas Schepers On 8 July 2021

Isar Aerospace: das bayerische SpaceX?

In dieser Ausgabe des Space Café Germany sprechen wir mit Daniel Metzlereinem der Gründer und Geschäftsführer von Isar Aerospace.

Isar Aereospace gelten als das deutsche NewSpace-Startup der Stunde. Das junge Unternehmen aus München baut mit der zweistufigen Spectrum eine Trägerrakete, die bis zu einer Tonne Nutzlast in den erdnahen Orbit bringen können soll. Gerade haben Isar Aerospace den “Mikrolauncher-Wettbewerb” von BMWi und DLR gewonnen, der die Beauftragung der ersten zwei Starts des neuen Trägers umfasst.

Von Daniel Metzler wollen wir wissen, was hinter der bisherigen Erfolgsstory von Isar Aerospace steckt, wer bereits in das bayerische Unternehmen entwickelt hat und welche Rolle Isar Aerospace im europäischen und internationalen Launchermarkt spielen will.

Das Gespräch führt Andreas Schepers, Kommunikator für Raumfahrt und Freund von SpaceWatch.Global.

Isar Aerospace: the Bavarian SpaceX?

In this edition of Space Café Germany, we talk to Daniel Metzler, one of the founders and managing directors of Isar Aerospace.

Isar Aerospace is considered the German NewSpace startup of the moment. The young company from Munich is building the two-stage Spectrum, a launch vehicle capable of carrying up to one ton of payload into low-Earth orbit. Isar Aerospace has just won the BMWi and DLR “micro launcher competition”, which includes commissioning the first two launches of the new vehicle.

We want to know from Daniel Metzler what lies at the heart of Isar Aerospace’s success story so far, who has already invested in the Bavarian company, and what role Isar Aerospace intends to play in the European and international launcher market.

The interview is conducted by Andreas Schepers, aerospace communicator and friend of SpaceWatch.Global.

SpaceWatch.Global is a Switzerland-based digital magazine and portal for those interested in space and the impact of the far-reaching space sector.

This Space Café Germany will be conducted in German Language on 8th July at 4 pm CEST.

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