GNOSIS 2023

Satellite

ELA and NASA to conduct Australia’s first commercial launch

Equatorial Launch Australia (ELA) the developer, owner and operator of the Arnhem Space Centre (ASC) on the Gove Peninsula in Australia’s Northern Territory will be making Australia’s first commercial space launch on 26th June with its client, NASA, ELA said. The launch vehicle is a BBIX rocket that will carry an atmospheric

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Isar Aerospace and Exotrail partner on space mission simulation software ExoOPS

Launch service provider Isar Aerospace joined the ExoOPSTM Mission Design program, end-to-end space mobility operator, Exotrail’s Software-as-a-Service solution dedicated to space mission simulation and analysis, Exotrail said. Isar Aerospace will utilize ExoOPSTM to support the mission management team with a quick and easy preliminary mission design.

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Scout and LEOcloud agree to collaborate on next generation of space domain awareness services

Scout, a company developing next-generation space safety of flight and autonomous proximity operations services, and LEOcloud, offering a scalable space-based, multi-cloud Infrastructure as a Services (IaaS), have signed a Letter of Intent to work together to enhance space operations safety, Scout announced. 

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EOS Space Systems joins SmartSat CRC as core partner

Space domain awareness and space control sensors and systems designer, manufacturer and operator EOS Space Systems, has become a core partner for the SmartSat Co-operative Research Centre, a consortium of universities and research organisations, SmartSat said. EOS is the 20th core partner alongside universities and global corporations like Airbus, BAE Systems and Nova Systems.

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Sony forms new company to develop optical communications for satellites

Sony Group announced that its American subsidiary has formed a new company, Sony Space Communications (SSC) to develop small optical communications devices for satellites. SSC aims to connect micro satellites in low Earth orbit through laser beams. Optical communications enable high-speed communications with small devices without large antennae or high power output.

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Space Café WebTalk 33 minutes with Adnan Al Muhairi – Why Next Gen? – The Thuraya Programme Recap

Our Space Café WebTalk “33 minutes with Adnan Al Muhairi - Why Next Gen? - The Thuraya Programme” took place on Tuesday, 31st May. Adnan Al Muhairi is the Chief Technology Officer of the Al Yah Satellite Communications Company (Yahsat), and has had a distinguished career in the space industry.

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#SpaceWatchGL Opinion: ESA’s 2022 Investor Forum: It’s the right time to jump on board

The first of seven global European Space Agency (ESA) Investor Events in 2022 took place on 16th and 17th of May in Berlin, Germany. These exclusive events enable investors, venture capitalists and fund organizations to explore the best deals in the New Space economy. The event provided a stage for startups to showcase their innovative ideas and to show how they generate funding.

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Register Today For Our Space Café “33 minutes with Dr. Deganit Paikowsky” On 21 June 2022

This Space Café WebTalk will feature Dr. Deganit Paikowsky, Faculty at the Department of International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, in conversation with Torsten Kriening, publisher of SpaceWatch.Global. Evolution of the concept of a Space Club by the space powers

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