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  • Magali Vaissiere wins 2018 Sir Arthur Clarke Space Achievement Award

    On 1st of November, ESA Director Magali Vaissiere won the Space Achievement Award in the Industry/Project Individual section.

  • New electric propulsion module bids Belfast farewell

    It is nearly time for the first new electric propulsion module of Spacebus Neo to complete its last run of tests in Thales UK’s Belfast assembly centre before being shipped to Cannes for final spacecraft assembly.

  • Indigo - Connecting Colombians to the world

    Indigo project announced by the Space & Satellite Professionals International (SSPI) as honoree of the fourth Annual Better Satellite Awards for providing reliable, affordable broadband in rural Columbia. A pilot project between Colombian Internet Service Provider Anditel and INDIGO, part of ESA’s ARTES  Partner programme, is making great strides in connecting citizens in hard-to-reach rural communities in Colombia.  

  • Collaboration to support Europe’s 5G vertical markets

    The 5G Infrastructure Association (5G IA) and the European Space Agency (ESA) have signalled their intent to work together to enable new and innovative 5G solutions and services in support of European industry and the 5G vertical markets.

  • Shedding Light on Shallow Waters

    Keeping an eye on our waters is more important than ever, as widespread drought continues to sweep Europe this summer.

  • ESA BIC UK celebrates 60 start-up milestone

    Ridersmate graduated Wednesday as the 60th start-up from ESA Business Incubation Centre (BIC) UK, with their innovative lifesaving system for sailors.

  • SESAR Deployment Manager and European Space Agency sign MoC

    On 19 Jul 2019, SESAR Deployment Manager and the European Space Agency (ESA) have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation marking the start of the collaboration between both organisations to coordinate between the deployment of the satellite-based communication system (Iris) and SESAR Deployment in Europe. 

  • Second ScyLight Workshop 2018 Highlights

    On the 6th and 7th June 2018, the second annual ScyLight workshop took place in the historic Italian town of Florence, providing the opportunity to the stakeholders to network and share ongoing activities.

  • New On-ground Technology Boosts Link Margin

    A powerful consortium consisting of Airbus, Newtec, SES and the University of Luxembourg has demonstrated a new technology that can deliver an improvement of 9 per cent in Satcom data transmission rates within a given bandwidth.

  • UK Science Minister Sam Gyimah visits ECSAT

    UK Science Minister, Sam Gyimah combined a visit to ECSAT and the Harwell Space cluster last Thursday with the opportunity to meet ESA Astronaut Tim Peake.