Israeli spy satellites detected a redeployment of Russian heavy bombers. This is probably related to the war in Ukraine.
The German Federal Intelligence Service (BND) provides the Ukrainian Armed Forces with satellite data showing the positions and movements of the Russian army.
The IRIS system, developed by the multinational technology firm GMV for the Spanish Ministry of Defense, has demonstrated outstanding performance during NATO’s REPMUS 22 exercise.
The EAGLE-1 satellite is due to launch in 2024 and will then complete three years of in-orbit validation.
PLD Space has successfully completed the first qualification campaign of its suborbital vehicle, MIURA 1.
GMV signed two contracts with the Portuguese Ministry of Defense.
Rocket Factory Augsburg AG officially signs the contract with ESA under the Boost! – ESA’s program.
The Tandem4EO constellation is planned to be launched as a collection of four satellites in total.
Space Communications Alliance is the world’s first dedicated, fully integrated marketing communications network for the sector.
The first of Airbus’ next generation geostationary Eurostar Neo satellites is ready to be shipped to Cape Canaveral for launch preparations.
The joint venture between Leonardo and Thales aims to become the reference meta operator for European MIL and GOVSATCOMs.
ND SATCOM has received a follow-up order worth 1.5 million Euros from its Polish partner GISS to deliver 100+ Manpack systems to the Polish Ministry of Defence (MoD).
Airbus has signed contracts with the Ministries of Defence of Czech Republic and the Netherlands to provide satellite communications.