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Published On: 20. Nov, 2020

Tomorrow evening at around 18:17 CET, a Falcon 9 launcher from SpaceX will bring Sentinel-6 into space. The ‘climate guardian’ as it is called beside its official name 'Michael Freilich”, has the mission to monitor the sea level as well as reco...

Published On: 29. Oct, 2020

Even though the current situation are hard times, business has to go on and is even growing. We, as TESAT, felt very proud to be able to participate at this year’s MEWS33, a mixed on-site and online event for the growing Japanese market. Traditiona...

Published On: 21. Oct, 2020

Tonight at 5:10h CEST, NASA spacecraft OSIRIS-REx successfully TAGged (touch-and-go) the asteroid “Bennu” at a distance of around 330 million kilometres and – hopefully – collected enough dust and small stones. It have to be at least 60 grams...

Latest Press Releases

Published On: 10. Apr, 2019

Laser Communications for a new age in space TESAT, KSAT and GomSpace have partnered up to introduce full optical communications capability for new innovative small satellite missions and space-based services.

Published On: 18. Jan, 2019

Tesat registers increasing order intake Continuing high level of investment in research and development New CEO, Dr. Marc Steckling, expects 20 % growth in the next few years

Next Launch of Tesat equipment

Satellite:Sentinel-6A
Status:GREEN
Launcher:Falcon 9 Block 5
Equipment:TWTA, Filter, Schalter

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