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This is what the coalition agreement says about aerospace
Sixty days after the Bundestag elections, the coalition agreement between the SPD, the Greens and the FDP is on the table. Titled "Dare more progress - an alliance for freedom, justice and sustainability," the new federal government outlines what is important to it over the next four years.A look at the coalition agreement
Council of Ministers adopts "Matosinhos Manifesto"
The unanimously adopted resolution on accelerating the use of space in Europe aims to use space technology and applications more quickly in the future to solve urgent problems on Earth.The Matosinhos Manifesto in detail
Morpheus Space and RFA sign Memorandum of Understanding
The electric propulsion systems manufactured by Morpheus Space set global standards in the space industry. In the future, the Augsburg-based microlauncher manufacturer Rocket Factory Augsburg will rely on the technology developed in Dresden.More about the collaboration
Capitol Momentum publishes "German Commercial Launch Update 2021"
Stand 6. November 2021 gab es weltweit bereits 109 orbitale Raketenstarts. Weitere 27 sollen bis Ende des Jahres folgen. Damit könnte 2021 ein Rekordjahr werden.What it includes
DcubeD supplies technology for Australian astronomy nanosatellite SpIRIT
In Q3 2022, the SpIRIT (Space Industry - Responsive - Intelligent - Thermal Nanosatellite) mission is scheduled to launch for remote sensing in the gamma and X-ray range. The trigger actuators for the deployment of the radiator panels will be provided by DcubeD.Read more
Ariane 5 places two satellites in geostationary transfer orbit
The 111th launch of an Ariane 5 rocket set several records at once. With a total weight of 10,264 kg, two satellites were placed on a Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO) - more than ever before.More about Launch VA255