All Articles in Satellite
Monitoring Earth and climate change impact from space
How Earth observation satellites contribute to protecting our planet and to anticipating climate change consequences
Anticipating tomorrow’s weather forecasting capabilities
As global warming and climate change have emerged as major concerns, the science of climatology has taken centre stage, with satellites playing a pivotal role by observing Earth, gathering data and providing information. As a key player, Thales Alenia Space is focused o...
Liftoff for ESA’s Solar Orbiter – Europe’s eyes on the Sun
Solar Orbiter is a part of European Space Agency’s “Cosmic Vision” program Solar Orbiter will be Europe’s most advanced look at the Sun’s corona, thanks to Thales Alenia Space’s coronagraph Metis developed on behalf of Italian Space Agency (ASI) Heat Shield, designed ...
How a search and rescue technology saves hundreds of lives each year
Miniaturisation in hardware and inventive software for ground stations is boosting speed, geographic reach, and accuracy through the MEOLUT Next solution for MEOSAR satellite search and rescue. Read on.
Soyouz VS23 launch: a quadruple success for Thales Alenia Space
COSMO SkyMed Second Generation (CSG-1), ArgosNEO on board ANGELS, CHEOPS and contribution to Soyuz launcher
Exploring the universe’s ultimate secrets
The European Space Agency’s Euclid deep space probe telescopic satellite, with Thales Alenia Space as prime contractor, will map billions of galaxies to unlock the mysteries of the universe.
Thales Alenia Space to build EUTELSAT 10B satellite for inflight and maritime connectivity services
A Spacebus NEO full electric powerful satellite Featuring a SpaceFlex ™ VHTS processor of 5th generation A High Throughput fully digital mission addressing demand in mobile connectivity
Herschel/Planck: 10 years later…
On May 14, 2009, just ten years ago today, an Ariane 5 rocket lifted off from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana, with two spacecraft, Herschel and Planck.
Finding a Safe Parking Spot in the Sky Has Just Become Easier
Space is getting crowded with satellites, bits of rocket stages, parts spun off the International Space Station, all now in constant orbit around the earth. There's the potential for some close encounters with satellites. Until now. Read on. ...