On November 24th, SES, the leader in global content connectivity solutions, announced the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has validated the certification of SES’s Phase I accelerated C-band clearing and relocation activities, a critical step to help meet the Commission’s objectives to quickly roll out 5G services across the United States.
LUXEOps signs long-term agreement with Luxembourg’s Directorate of Defence for lifetime end-to-end maintenance and operations of LUXEOSys ground segment.
This Strategic Partnership will support the development of key European In-Situ Resources Utilisation technologies, accelerating the development of the Moon Economy around Space Resources.
Luxembourg signs a new framework agreement on space cooperation with Paris and a memorandum with Roma
The Dubai World Expo is an opportunity for Luxembourg to strengthen its network and reinforce its action in the space sector.
On October 26th, the European Space Resources Innovation Centre (ESCRIC) Start up Support Programme (SSP) has been presented by Mathias Link, ESRIC director, in presence of the Luxembourg's Minister of the Economy, Franz Fayot and of representatives of the ESA, LSA and LIST. Located in Luxembourg, it is the first programme worldwide dedicated to commercial initiatives in the field of space resources utilization.
Un contrat a été conclu avec le fournisseur de partage de charges utiles Spaceflight pour lancer le quatrième groupe de satellites de Kleos à la mi-2022 lors d’un lancement de copartage de vols SpaceX.
Technology advancements developed by both teams will focus on benefits of next-generation satellite connectivity network in domains such as quantum communications, and more.
On October 12th, the “Groupement luxembourgeois de l’aéronautique et de l’espace” (GLAE) celebrated its 15th anniversary in the Chamber of Commerce in presence of the Minister of the Economy, Franz Fayot, and many representatives of the industry.
Pale Blue: “The biggest challenge is the pace at which governments are developing policies for operating in space”
The Japanese start-up Pale Blue won the Mastermind Competition in the NewSpace category, as part of ICT Spring Europe in Luxembourg (September 14-15). Our team recently met its Director of Business Development, Toku Sakai.
The New Space Age will make a landing in Luxembourg on November 24th, 2021 when entrepreneurs and investors gather at the Maison des Arts et des Étudiants in Esch for engaging conference sessions and unique networking opportunities. The NewSpace Europe Conference, hosted by the Luxembourg Space Agency, provides industry-leading startups, agencies, investors and executives the opportunity to learn from, and connect with, each other. The event, now in its third year, will feature startup pitches, tailored meetings, exclusive announcements, and an extensive agenda of expert speakers.
“What are the new challenges that the space industry needs to take up? What is the position of Europe within the international framework: its assets and weaknesses? How to support the devel-opment of European newcomers and start-ups? Can Europe be a player?”: These were the main questions of the afternoon session of the ICT Spring’s Space Forum.