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The enhanced Pressurized Cargo Module (PCM) developed by Thales Alenia Space delivers 3,500 kg of cargo in a total volume of 27 cubic meters.
Rome, April 15, 2019 - Thales Alenia Space announced today that it has won the 2019 Randstad Globe Award in Italy for inspiring work content, and was also named the country’s fourth most attractive employer by potential employees. These awards are sponsored by Randstad, the world’s leading Human Resources services company, and recognize the companies that are most attractive to employees, based on the results of large-scale branding surveys.
“Hi, this is the ExoMars orbiter. How are you doing down there?”
If you’re a space fan, you may know that it’s the Trace Gas Orbiter from the 2016 ExoMars mission talking here. Since then, the spacecraft has been in a circular 400 km orbit around Mars, with all instruments operating as expected and meeting all of its scientific objectives.
From April 8 to 11, Thales Alenia Space will be at the Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in the United States, to showcase its latest solutions for space exploration and orbital infrastructures. With the deployment of two Thales Alenia Space-built telecommunications satellite constellations being completed this year (O3b in medium orbit and Iridium® NEXT in low orbit), the European satellite manufacturer will show how it planned ahead to negotiate the transition to the “New Space” market environment.
The tune of 20 high-performance satellites built by Thales Alenia Space for SES to deliver more communications services across the world
Thales Alenia Space will be at the LAAD international defense and security exhibition in Rio de Janeiro, April 2 to 5. The company will be showcasing its Telecommunications and Earth Observation solutions, along with its latest technological innovations, such as Stratobus. The event is also a perfect opportunity to review all the joint achievements by Brazil and Thales Alenia Space.
BepiColombo is continuing along an interplanetary trajectory which will gradually bring it to Mercury, the closest planet to the sun. The spacecraft has already covered over 450 kilometers out of a 9-billion-kilometer journey to its “red hot” destination.
Shell ready to ship for Bishop, the first-ever commercial airlock for the International Space Station
Today, Thales Alenia Space is taking 3D printing into series production to make components for telecom satellites built on the company’s new all-electric Spacebus Neo platform.
It stands for Collaborative Robotics for Assembly and Kitting in Smart Manufacturing, and it’s a European R&D project being conducted as part of the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 (H2020) program