Human space exploration is rapidly evolving toward long journeys and enabling life in deep-space has become the cutting-edge technology challenge. NASA's Artemis program is its brand new chapter: lunar exploration that will send humans farther into space than ever befor...
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Interview broadcast for International Women's Day 2022
Meet Eleonora Zeminiani, a Deputy Program Manager based in Italy, who has always loved science and space exploration
Interview realized in the frame of the 2021 International Women's Day.
An exceptional year for Earth observation and space exploration
Let's have a look at a selection of 10 songs about the Moon — 10 songs that have influenced pop culture forever.
European Space Agency chooses Thales Alenia Space to deliver the Europe’s two main modules for the lunar space station, key element of the Artemis NASA program
Turin, October 3rd, 2020 – The Cygnus spacecraft, dedicated to deliver supplies to the International Space Station (ISS), has been successfully launched by an Antares rocket from Wallops Island, Virginia, on its 14th operational mission. Cygnus comprises two main elemen...
A half-century after the first man on the moon, Thales Alenia Space is participating in developing a permanent human lunar presence for a better and sustainable life on Earth.
A new generation of space servicers will keep satellites in optimal condition and could remove debris from their paths. Read on for details.
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.