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Polish Space Technologies Cluster to advance space sector

Image: Signatories and special guests of the ceremony of signing the letter of intent on the Polish Space Cluster (Credit: EXATEL)

Budapest / Warsaw, 9 November 2021. – Twenty Polish companies advancing the Polish space industry united to create the Space Technologies Cluster (Klaster Technologii Kosmicznych). The initiative was announced during the Kongres590 economical summit in Jasionka, Poland.

The Cluster will be an organisational framework and support new initiatives in the space sector. The collaboration will help economic projects, ventures and startups as well as the Polish military. A long term goal of the Cluster is preparing and launching Microglobe, a constellation of microsatellites, by 2026.

Space Technologies Cluster comprises public and private companies and also scientific institutes. These include Astronika, PIAP Space, Scanway, KP Labs, SpaceForest, and the Space Reasearch Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

The newly formed group’s mission is to make Poland an active member of the community of highly innovative countries exploring and utilising space. The Cluster is open for new companies to join the initiative.

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