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13th July 2018 - UK. Thales Alenia Space introduces a breathtaking journey into space with an immersive Space Digital Experience at Farnborough International Airshow 2018 from 16 to 22 July on the Thales Alenia Space stand in the Space Zone and in the Thales Chalet.
The European satellite-maker will be highlighting its wide range of activities at this event. The focus will be on constellations, such as Iridium® NEXT for telecommunications, BlackSky for Earth Observation, the new Spacebus NEO telecom product line, and space exploration with the fabulous ExoMars program in the spotlight.
Satellites are one of the most vital components in better understanding our planet. And it’s no accident that the latest edition of the book Climate Change & Satellites, published by Sud[s] Concepts for Thales Alenia Space, is entitled “Acting Together”.
Hi there! I’m the planet Mars. You’ve known me since you began observing the night sky. Your Greek, Babylonian, Hindu and Egyptian ancestors associate me with their gods of destruction, war, death and fire. Over the centuries, it seems, I have inspired you to create tales, novels, films, songs and more.
As Thales Alenia Space continues to move forward with the design and development of its high-altitude platform station (HAPS) StratobusTM, SwRI will support Thales Alenia Space with technical advice and assistance based on SwRI’s considerable experience with lighter-than-air technologies.
We already told you about the REVOLVE project and its “REVOLVERS” back in May. Well, they’re back and rarin’ to go! The doctoral students handling this project, known as REVOLVE(RS), will be hanging out in the Place du Capitole in Toulouse, from July 7 to 13, for the event “Toulouse, European Capital of Science”
All you have to know about #HelloSpace event that was initiated by Thales Alenia Space's Innovation Cluster.
FabLabs are busting out all over at Thales Alenia Space, in Toulouse and Rome, to be followed shortly by Cannes.
Where can you marvel at 16 sunrises each day? Ask the astronauts in the Cupola 400 Kilometers high in the sky
This jewel-shaped observatory module with seven windows offers a spectacular 360-degree view, where astronauts can witness 16 sunrises a day.