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Astrocast is flying high with the launch of its second test satellite

This morning we successfully launched and deployed our second test satellite with Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on its Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLVC45) that took place from the Satish Dhawan Space Center.  On this second mission, we will focus on a set of propulsion technologies designed for separation, collision avoidance, and de-orbiting “It is …

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Astrocast at the International Paris Air Show 2019.

Astrocast attended the International Paris Air Show 2019 on 21-23 June. Exhibiting at the Paris Air Lab, we had the opportunity to meet with different stakeholders. From little kids passionate about space to potential users and fellow innovators the responses we obtained were greatly positive. International Paris Air Show The International Paris Air Show is …

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Astrocast, winner of the Innovation PERL Prize 2019

Astrocast, recognized as one of the most innovative companies. Astrocast received the Innovation PERL prize 2019 from the Lausanne region. Building on the successful launch of our two first nanosatellites, Kiwi and Hawaii. The Lausanne region decided to recognize us as one of the most innovative companies in the area. For this selection, the municipality …

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Astrocast at the Swiss Economic Forum.

About the Swiss Economic Forum The Swiss Economic Forum (SEF) is Switzerland’s leading economic conference. The twenty-first edition of the conference took place on 23 and 24 May 2019. Every year 1,350 leading personalities from business, academia, politics, and the media meet for an active exchange of ideas and cross-industry networking. Since its launch back …

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Astrocast to launch 10 satellites with Orbex Prime

Orbex announced on February 7th, 2019 that Astrocast will launch 10 of its nanosatellites in 2023 using Orbex’s orbital launch vehicle, called Prime. Laurent Vieira de Mello, Astrocast’s Head of Strategy and Planning attended the unveiling of the Prime rocket in Inverness, UK. “We are excited about the prospect of launching our nanosatellites from a European launch …

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