Isar Aerospace, a spin-off of the Technical University of Munich, starts production of launchers to bring small satellites quickly and cleanly into orbit.
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TU Munich and the German Space Institute DLR carry out successful tests with satellites using perovskite and organic solar cells.
"With just a small fleet of spacecraft, we are able to launch satellites daily without disrupting the airspace or polluting the oceans."
Dutch research institute TNO will supply key optical equipment for the European Sentinel-5 satellite, which will monitor the earth's atmosphere for air pollution and emissions from 2022 onwards.
If the Corona crisis makes something clear to us, it is that the solutions of the past no longer work for today’s problems. But in […]
Prescriptions per telephone and telemedicine consultations for initial diagnoses have been skyrocketing in recent weeks. Fear of infection with SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus at medical practices is […]
The launch of the new European satellite ‘Copernicus Sentinel-6’ will most likely take place later than the date originally planned on at the end of […]
The European Commission is preparing legislation to provide a huge data set that can be accessed free of charge. This should make it easier for […]
On behalf of the European Space Agency( ESA), the Eindhoven-based company HighTechXL is to market space technology which have been developed within the ESA. In […]
It is common knowledge nowadays. The German automobile industry is in a bind. But German cities are also struggling with the transition to a sustainable […]
Czech start-up Spaceflow is introducing technology to one of the most old-fashioned sectors – that of residential and office property rentals. “Our aim is to […]
Over the coming year, Rotterdam’s Energy Floors wants to sell smart surfaces for public outdoor spaces that generate data, measuring how many cars, pedestrians and […]
Nitrogen oxides (NO and NO2) are emitted primarily during combustion processes which involve coal, oil, gas, wood, waste and engines. But they are also generated […]
Unifly is active at Antwerp airport, their aim is to ensure that the airspace remains safe in the face of the ever-increasing number of drones. […]
In the midst of the battle between the alpha and beta universities for big money, there is some leeway for bringing the two directions a […]
National Living Lab Smart Cities: ‘Municipalities need to talk to residents about digitisation of public spaces’.
Good ideas are pouring in which are set to improve the city. Usually these are combined with the availability of digital information that is passed […]
Fifty years ago, almost to the day, on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first man to step onto the moon. Since then, NASA […]
Physicists around the world are looking for theories that combine quantum physics and spacetime as described by Einstein. Now, researchers at the Austrian Academy of […]
While the Italian volcano Stromboli spits fire on Earth and pyro-fireworks were ignited in the USA on Independence Day, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captured […]
“What kind of city do we want to be?” urban developer Eva de Klerk opens her keynote speech on Thursday evening during the Munich evening […]