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Space Tech Expo Bremen - 2021 Nov

Europe

ESA Looks To Boost Commercial Space Launch Services At Space 19+

Europe is part of a new era in space transportation with new commercial initiatives offering services to space, in space, and back from space springing up within the privately led and funded space sector. ESA welcomes this development towards further European industrial growth and competitiveness.

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Paradigm’s PIM Further Demonstrates its Technical Agility and Versatility with UHP-200 Modem

Paradigm's field-proven PIM and SWARM

Co-operation between Paradigm and UHP is demonstrated by the integration of the UHP-200 modem into Paradigm’s field-proven PIM®. The PIM is an easy-to-use, environmentally rugged terminal controller which enables mobile satellite terminals to be pointed and optimised quickly by non-technical users.

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Iceye and KSAT to Break the 15 Minutes Barrier from Acquisition to Delivery for SAR Imaging

ICEYE and Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT), will jointly offer full SAR Ground Segment services to ICEYE SAR satellite constellation customers. This collaborative service enables timelines as short as 15 minutes from image acquisition to processed SAR image delivery for government customers globally.

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Inspiring Girls Foundation and HISPASAT Team Up on Space Sector Event

The Inspiring Girls Foundation and HISPASAT, the Spanish satellite communications operator, joined forces to host an event entitled “Girls and the Space Sector" at the Space Centre of the National Aerospace Technical Institute (INTA) in Maspalomas, Canary Islands, with 50 girls attending from the Guanarteme de Las Palmas high school.

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#SpaceWatchGL Op’ed: Taking Europe to the Moon and Sparking a Lunar Economy

Europe has never landed on the Moon. PTScientists is preparing to change that by sending the first European lunar lander to the Apollo 17 site. But, perhaps equally important – PTScientists want to prove that Europe can be a fertile ground for companies striving to be at the forefront of lunar exploration, and that it is not a prerequisite for success to be based in the United States or Asia. However, this is not a feat we can accomplish independently, and Europe needs to make a commitment to lunar exploration now – or be left behind.

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