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The communications satellite market has been undergoing deep changes in recent years. We are seeing the emergence of new players, especially startups, which are likely to introduce new technologies and new production approaches. Telecom operators are in a "wait and
At Thales Alenia Space, we’re partners in some of the most fantastic missions to explore the Solar System, including a number of Moon exploration projects. In this article, we wanted to share our passion for space by taking a closer look at ten songs about the Moon and/
Thales Hellas and Thales Alenia Space sign MoU with Hellenic Space Agency covering future cooperation in space-based Earth observation
Thales Hellas, Thales Alenia Space and the Hellenic Space Agency (HSA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) covering space cooperation. This MoU will essentially focus on Earth observation.
With launch scheduled in 2022, ESA's Euclid mission is making great progress on the hardware and on readying for the science phase.
Cannes, June 24, 2019 – Thales Alenia Space and Gazprom Space Systems announced today that the Launch Early Operation Phase (LEOP) has been successfully completed and the Yamal-601 communications satellite is now in the nominal geostationary orbit (GEO) at the right pos
AirEmploi, the leading Aerospace Employment Forum, spotlighted a great initiative at the Paris Air Show aimed at inspiring young women to pursue careers in the aerospace industry.
A contract that benefits all European citizens – this is the unanimous mood today at the Paris Air Show, where DLR GfR mbH announced the contract signature of its framework agreement with Thales Alenia Space for the Galileo Mission Segment (GMS) maintenance.
On June 17, 2009, Thales Alenia Space announced its first contract with Orbital Sciences Corporation (now Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems), for the design, development and production of nine pressurized cargo modules (PCM) on Cygnus resupply vessels for the Internat
Thales Alenia Space will showcase its vast range of products, especially telecommunications and Earth observation solutions intended for civil, military and dual applications, as well as its approach to In-Orbit Servicing.
The EDEN ISS (International Space Station) project, “Ground Demonstration of Plant Cultivation Technologies for Safe Food Production in Space”, originally scheduled to end in April 2019, has been extended.