In October 2017, the Warsaw based Institute of Aviation’s ILR-33 Amber rocket was in-flight validated for the first time, thus becoming the world’s first rocket utilizing in flight H2O2 of concentration exceeding 98%.
Soon HATCH will be launched – a new webportal dedicated to European research and development activities in the space sector.
This article describes the challenges of New Space companies in developing the commercial space markets. It is based on a chapter from the Emerging Space Markets book recently published by Springer Publisher.
In December 2017 the SpaceForest company from Gdynia, Poland received funding to design and test a Polish suborbital rocket
It will make the findings of the European space projects available to professionals in the field, interested citizens, journalists and educators. It will also help to form new partnerships, enable funding analysis, identify commercial opportunities that are created by the findings, generate interest in space exploration and science.
Between 3rd and 5th of November a hackaton will be held in the city of Tartu in Estonia.
Otylia Trzaskalska-Stroińska has been elected as vice-chair of the ESA Council. This poses a great chance for Polish space sector.
SPNV Ltd, trading as Space Net Ventures, is delighted to announce the launch of an (S)EIS fund, Space Net Ventures (S)EIS fund.
PW-Sat2 satellite will be launched into a Sun-synchronous orbit of approx. 575 km altitude.
The European Parliament adopted a report drafted by MEP Bogdan Zdrojewski on Space capabilities for European security and defence.