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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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Kongsberg NanoAvionics to Build OQ Tech Satellites

Smallsat mission integrator and bus manufacturer Kongsberg NanoAvionics has received an order for three further satellites from 5G telecoms operator OQ Technology. As a result, these satellites will join OQ Technology’s existing constellation, turning the company into one of the largest 5G NB-IoT (narrowband Internet of things) satellite operators globally. 

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The Space Café Podcast #76: Niklas Hedman, UNOOSA: Exploring the Intersection of Space Industry and International Diplomacy (with a surprising twist)

In episode 76 of the Space Cafe Podcast, host Markus Mooslechner interviews Niklas Hedman, the acting director of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), about the challenges and opportunities of space exploration. They discuss topics such as international cooperation, space debris, and the potential benefits of space exploration for sustainable development.

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CesiumAstro Unveils IFC Terminal with Airbus Demonstrations

CesiumAstro has announced its entry into the in-flight connectivity (IFC) market, providing an advanced multi-beam active phased array for airborne satellite communications applications. As a designer of active phased array technology for low-Earth orbit (LEO) space, CesiumAstro will provide the multi-beam phased array supporting multiple Ka-band constellations for airborne commercial and defense markets.

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Dawn Aerospace and Lynk Partner for Satellite Propulsion Systems

Dawn Aerospace has announced its selection by Lynk to provide satellite propulsion systems. The partnership will enable Lynk to enhance deployment, life extension, collision avoidance, and de-orbit capabilities as its satellite constellation of 'cell towers in space' grows. 

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Pale Blue Operates Water-Based Propulsion System in Orbit

Pale Blue has announced successfully operating the water vapor propulsion system (resistojet) in low earth orbit. Pale Blue’s propulsion system got installed on “EYE,” a nano-satellite for STAR SPHERE Project, and tested for the first time in space. Going forward, the company will innovate and expand the commercial use of its water-based propulsion systems for small satellites

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