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News Published On: 10 Sep, 2020

Last week, an expert team from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) was at our site for an on-the-job training as part of our TESAT Campus. Since we’re still in times of Corona, this Campus took place under special precautions and hygiene measures. As a result we developed the TESAT eCampus which goes online now for all customers. Be prepared!

News Published On: 04 Sep, 2020

For the first time in the history of space industry, a German company was chosen to deliver crucial technology for a core communication system of a US governmental program. Within this program, an US american manufacturer for satellite payloads has received an order to supply ten LEO satellites with optical inter-satellite links, for which they selected TESAT as the unique supplier for all optica...

News Published On: 14 Aug, 2020

Today, more than 120 devices and components from TESAT will launch into space. About 90 of these are passive devices such as output networks, input multiplexer or filter assemblies, and about three dozen are active components as e.g. microwave power modules. They will fly along with tonight’s launching Ariane 5 ECA carrying Galaxy 30 (G30), the Mission Extension Vehicle-2 (MEV-2) and BSAT-4b. T...

News Published On: 10 Aug, 2020

Last week the Bartolomeo platform was successfully installed on the ISS, and fundamentally simplifies the operational capability and scientific resilience of the international space station. In-orbit testing, earth observation missions, space robotics, weather monitoring or exobiology experiments, all of this and much more will not only be more affordable and simple, no, the simplicity and, above ...

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