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Boeing and Airbus Dominate Global Aerospace & Defense Industry

According to Brand Finance's annual valuation, Boeing (brand value up 13% to US$17.5 billion) has remained the most valuable aerospace and defense brand in 2023. This is as demand for commercial aircraft increased following a return to global travel, post-Covid-19, has sustained Boeing’s brand value growth, which is 4% higher than its main competitor Airbus (brand value up 9% to US$14.4 billion). However, Boeing’s brand value remains 23% lower than its pre-pandemic value.

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EnduroSat Joins Mission to Search for Exoplanets

EnduroSat, a software-flexible NanoSats and space services provider, has announced a partnership with the University of Sydney and Breakthrough Initiatives on its TOLIMAN mission. EnduroSat will design and build a 16U MicroSat called TOLIMAN to perform high-precision astrometric measurements on the Alpha Centauri system. The search for exoplanets will focus on the habitable zone around two Sun-like stars, Alpha Centauri A and B.

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ReOrbit Partners AAC Clyde Space for Space Data Flow

ReOrbit has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with AAC Clyde Space to further strengthen their collaboration in streamlining data flow in space. The primary objective of this strategic partnership is to develop a joint small satellite core avionics and flight software product, where AAC Clyde Space provides the designated hardware and ReOrbit provides the designated software.

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Warpspace announces change of representative director and CEO 

Warpspace new CEO

Warpspace announced on the 15th of March that Hiromitsu Azuma has been newly appointed as Representative Director and CEO. Azuma has experience as an entrepreneur from startup to exit. In addition, as COO and General Manager at Warpspace, he has worked closely with Tsunemachi- who took the position of CEO in 2019- to expand the business while overseeing the practical aspects of Warpspace’s business, finance, and technology. 

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Atomos Space and DCUBED partner on the Development of Solar Arrays

Atomos Space

DCUBED, a German NewSpace component and subsystem company, is developing deployable and body-mounted solar arrays for two orbital transfer vehicles of the space logistics company Atomos. DCUBED (Deployables Cubed GmbH) specalises in mechanisms, solar arrays and deployables for Nano and SmallSats. The deployable solar arrays will supply the spacecraft with high power without sacrificing launch space. The Atmos Space orbital transfer vehicles are Meson and Gluon.

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Voyager Space Acquires ZIN Technologies

voyager space

Voyager Space, an American space technology company announced on the 13th of March the acquisition of ZIN technologies Inc. (ZIN), an engineering, design and integration company providing human-related spaceflight systems and monitoring solutions. This acquisition is part of Voyager Space’s expansion of space infrastructure and technology capabilities to further its Starlab development efforts. 

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