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Turksat 5B Copyright Airbus 2017
09 November 2017

Turksat 5B Copyright Airbus 2017

Turksat 5B - Airbus to build Türksat 5A and 5B satellites

Turksat 5A Copyright Airbus 2017
09 November 2017

Turksat 5A Copyright Airbus 2017

Turksat 5A - Airbus to build Türksat 5A and 5B satellites

Pioneer IODA contract signature ESA-Stephane Corvaja
09 November 2017

Pioneer IODA contract signature

Magali Vaissiere ESA, Arnaud de Rosnay, VP Telecommunications Satellites, Airbus Defense and Space

ESA-Stephane Corvaja
GRACE FO In Space Copyright Airbus2017
27 October 2017

GRACE FO In Space Copyright Airbus2017

NASA-JPL and GFZ will continue a series of vital Earth system measurements with new satellites in spring 2018

Chaoui with the French Ambassador to Australia, H.E. Christophe Penot (left) and Anthony Fraser, Managing Director Airbus Australia Pacific
28 September 2017

Chaoui with the French Ambassador to Australia, H.E. Christophe Penot (left) and Anthony Fraser, Managing Director Airbus Australia Pacific

Chaoui with the French Ambassador to Australia, H.E. Christophe Penot (left) and Anthony Fraser, Managing Director Airbus Australia Pacific

Sebastian Chaoui, Founder And CEO Of Arlula
28 September 2017

Sebastian Chaoui, Founder And CEO Of Arlula

Sebastian Chaoui, Founder And CEO Of Arlula

Airbus Juice Airbus / R. Schwark
21 September 2017

Airbus Juice

JUICE - JUpiter ICy moons Explorer - is the first large-class mission in ESA's Cosmic Vision 2015-2025 programme. Planned for launch in 2022 and arrival at Jupiter in 2030, it will spend at least three years making detailed observations of the giant gaseous planet Jupiter and three of its largest moons, Ganymede, Callisto and Europa. Airbus is Prime Contractor to ESA. RIME - Radar for Icy Moons Exploration - is an ice penetrating radar to study the subsurface structure of the icy moons down to 9 km depth with vertical resolution of up to 30 m in ice.RIME will work at a central frequency of 9 MHz and will use a 16.60 m antenna. This antenna has been tested by Airbus´ Friedrichshafen (Germany) site in a helicopter flight campaign.

Airbus / R. Schwark
Airbus Juice Airbus / R. Schwark
21 September 2017

Airbus Juice

JUICE - JUpiter ICy moons Explorer - is the first large-class mission in ESA's Cosmic Vision 2015-2025 programme. Planned for launch in 2022 and arrival at Jupiter in 2030, it will spend at least three years making detailed observations of the giant gaseous planet Jupiter and three of its largest moons, Ganymede, Callisto and Europa. Airbus is Prime Contractor to ESA. RIME - Radar for Icy Moons Exploration - is an ice penetrating radar to study the subsurface structure of the icy moons down to 9 km depth with vertical resolution of up to 30 m in ice.RIME will work at a central frequency of 9 MHz and will use a 16.60 m antenna. This antenna has been tested by Airbus´ Friedrichshafen (Germany) site in a helicopter flight campaign.

Airbus / R. Schwark
Airbus Juice Airbus / R. Schwark
21 September 2017

Airbus Juice

JUICE - JUpiter ICy moons Explorer - is the first large-class mission in ESA's Cosmic Vision 2015-2025 programme. Planned for launch in 2022 and arrival at Jupiter in 2030, it will spend at least three years making detailed observations of the giant gaseous planet Jupiter and three of its largest moons, Ganymede, Callisto and Europa. Airbus is Prime Contractor to ESA. RIME - Radar for Icy Moons Exploration - is an ice penetrating radar to study the subsurface structure of the icy moons down to 9 km depth with vertical resolution of up to 30 m in ice.RIME will work at a central frequency of 9 MHz and will use a 16.60 m antenna. This antenna has been tested by Airbus´ Friedrichshafen (Germany) site in a helicopter flight campaign.

Airbus / R. Schwark
Airbus Juice Airbus / R. Schwark
20 September 2017

Airbus Juice

JUICE - JUpiter ICy moons Explorer - is the first large-class mission in ESA's Cosmic Vision 2015-2025 programme. Planned for launch in 2022 and arrival at Jupiter in 2030, it will spend at least three years making detailed observations of the giant gaseous planet Jupiter and three of its largest moons, Ganymede, Callisto and Europa. Airbus is Prime Contractor to ESA. RIME - Radar for Icy Moons Exploration - is an ice penetrating radar to study the subsurface structure of the icy moons down to 9 km depth with vertical resolution of up to 30 m in ice.RIME will work at a central frequency of 9 MHz and will use a 16.60 m antenna. This antenna has been tested by Airbus´ Friedrichshafen (Germany) site in a helicopter flight campaign.

Airbus / R. Schwark
Pleiades Neo Satellite
06 September 2017

Pleiades Neo Satellite

Pleiades Neo Satellite

Sentinel 5 Precursor in Orbit - Artist view
30 August 2017

Sentinel 5 Precursor in Orbit - Artist view

Airbus-built Sentinel-5P satellite will be launched to complete the European Copernicus programme

Airbus-built Sentinel-5P satellite leaving Stevenage facility © Max Alexander 2017; Please credit Max Alexander/Airbus
29 August 2017

Airbus-built Sentinel-5P satellite leaving Stevenage facility

Airbus-built Sentinel-5P satellite left Airbus Stevenage facility to reach its launch site

© Max Alexander 2017; Please credit Max Alexander/Airbus
Airbus-built telecommunication satelllite SES-12 - Artist View
23 August 2017

Airbus-built telecommunication satelllite SES-12 - Artist View

SES-12, the most powerful and flexible of the telecommunications satellites ordered by SES and built by Airbus

ARABSAT 6B (BADR-7) satellite at Airbus Toulouse before shipping © Airbus 2015
23 August 2017

ARABSAT 6B (BADR-7) satellite at Airbus Toulouse before shipping

ARABSAT 6B (BADR-7) satellite, the seventh Eurostar satellite from Airbus Defence and Space to the Arab Satellite Communications Organisation, at Airbus clean room in Toulouse before shipping

© Airbus 2015
Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK © Airbus 2017
16 August 2017

Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK

Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK, and ready for full system electrical testing. By next eclipse it will be en route to its close-up encounter with our sun!

© Airbus 2017
Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK © Airbus 2017
16 August 2017

Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK

Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK, and ready for full system electrical testing. By next eclipse it will be en route to its close-up encounter with our sun!

© Airbus 2017
Galileo Ground Control Center in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
16 August 2017

Galileo Ground Control Center in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

Ground Control Center for Galileo in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

Galileo Ground Control Center Logo
16 August 2017

Galileo Ground Control Center Logo

Galileo Ground Control Center Logo

Galileo Ground Control Center in Fucino, Italy
16 August 2017

Galileo Ground Control Center in Fucino, Italy

Ground Control Center for Galileo in Fucino, Italy

Galileo satellites unloading from plane
16 August 2017

Galileo satellites unloading from plane

Galileo satellites travelled in plane to reach their launching pad in Kourou, French Guiana

Galileo Constellation - artist view
16 August 2017

Galileo Constellation - artist view

Earth full coverage by the whole Galileo satellites Constellation

GRACE-FO satellites' dispenser under testing © Airbus 2017
31 July 2017

GRACE-FO satellites' dispenser under testing

Airbus successfully tests Dispenser Structure for GRACE-FO satellites in its clean room in Friedrichshafen

© Airbus 2017
Sounding Rockets TEXUS and MAXUS during flight
20 July 2017

Sounding Rockets TEXUS and MAXUS during flight

Sounding Rockets TEXUS and MAXUS easily reach microgravity

 
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