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RFA, Yuri and ATMOS Launch Microgravity Service

RFA ONE rocket. Credit RFA

Three German NewSpace companies, Rocket Factory Augsburg (RFA), Yuri, and ATMOS Space Cargo (ATMOS), have announced their new partnership and launch of their joint end-to-end service for microgravity life science research and product development. The companies disclosed the partnership at this year's edition of the Weltraumkongress in Berlin, Germany. This holistic solution consequently represents an unprecedented and flexible alternative to the ISS laboratory and initiates a new generation of microgravity research. 

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2nd German Space Congress – Interview with Manuel La Rosa Betancourt

NeutronStar Systems is one of the hidden gems in German in the Space sector. Torsten Kriening, Publisher at SpaceWatch.Global talked to Manuel La Rosa Betancourt, CEO and Co-founder of NeutronStar at the 2nd German Space Congress in Berlin about their status and their challenges as a startup in Germany.

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2nd German Space Congress – Interview with Alexander Reinhardt, BDLI

The 2nd German Space Congress, organized by BDI, is on its way today in Berlin, Germany. Our Publisher, Torsten Kriening spoke with Alexander Reinhardt, the new Head of the BDLI in Germany about his vision, the increase of outreach and the support of the space sector in Germany. Stay tuned for further updates.

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2nd German Space Congress – the evening before

We are almost there! The 2nd German Space Congress #Weltraumkongress is about to start in a few hours. But before, time to set up. Tomorrow I will report about the event, will offer you interviews, and I will have the pleasure of hosting the sustainability panel with my esteemed guests, Stephanie Deml, Ingo BAUMANN, Ernst K. Pfeiffer, Christopher Kebschull, and Christian Schmierer! I am looking forward to seeing many of you tomorrow. Enjoy Berlin!

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Euroconsult and ICEYE to lead AEGIS² Consortium

Euroconsult and ICEYE will lead an Earth Observation (EO) consortium that results from a recent request by the European Commission for feasibility study proposals exploring the best way to implement a future satellite-enabled Earth-Observation service for government-authorized users at EU and EU Member States .

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Bright Ascension Raises Funding to Develop HELIX

Bright Ascension

Bright Ascension Ltd, a space software technology provider, has announced its successful acquisition of an additional £1.5m in funding through a bridging loan. This investment is an important milestone for the Company as it aims to ensure the seamless development of its innovative HELIX suite of software products as it nears its launch. Furthermore, the investment follows two successful fund-raising rounds, which the Company completed in August 2021 and January 2022which raised £1.5M of equity. 

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Intergeo 2023 – Berlin – Interview with Barbara Ryan from World Geospatial Industry Council

On the last day of Intergeo 2023 in Berlin, our Torsten Kriening spoke with Barbara Ryan, outgoing Executive Director of the World Geospatial Industry Council (WGIC), about her view on the current market, the challenges and the work the trade association conducted. With almost 17.000 trade visitors from 112 nations, 571 exhibitors from more than 40 countries, over 300 speakers and 841 conference participants from 42 countries, INTERGEO EXPO and CONFERENCE once again proved its position today in Berlin: INTERGEO is the world's leading trade fair and most important international congress platform for all aspects of geodesy, geoinformation and land management.

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Intergeo 2023 – Berlin – Interview with Marius Swanepoel from TomTom

On the last day of Intergeo 2023 in Berlin, our Torsten Kriening spoke with Marius Swanepoel, Director Maps - Geospatial Engineering at TomTom North America about data management in a highly connected environment and the challenges of free "navi" services. INTERGEO returned to the German capital Berlin! Externally in a different area of the exhibition grounds under the Radio Tower with the brand new Hub27 as the exhibition tree and conference centre.

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