Private Space Industry 2017 - Launch Providers

Posted by Andrej Ciganj on Friday, Dec 08, 2017
SpaceShipOne - first privately funded vehicle to reach the Karman line - 100km height

Old government funded companies are in decline as the new generation of private launch providers enters the market. This time the focus is on efficiency. Let’s see what else do they bring to the table...

Amphinicy at ESAW 2017

Posted by Antonio Grudiček on Monday, Jul 17, 2017
source: ESAW 2017 official web page (screenshot)

European Space Agency (ESA) hosted the 6th European Ground System Architecture Workshop (ESAW 2017) at the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany, 20-21 June 2017. ESAW provided an international forum for the exchange of ideas, results, new trends and practices in the ground segment for space missions.

Amphinicy on Tour or Where to Exhibit Which Month in a Year

Posted by Mirta Medanić on Monday, Feb 13, 2017
Amphinicy Team at IBC 2016 in Amsterdam, September 2016

The new year has started, and we are already hands on new projects. Looking back at 2016, we can agree it was a dynamic and meaningful year. Amphinicy was granted with two funds for SMEs which supported our sales and marketing activities as well as business development of our innovative product, Blink. We were busy and "out there" and would like to share our travel diary for 2016.

Toulouse Space Show 2016: a Networking Whirlwind!

Posted by Tomislav Nakić-Alfirević on Thursday, Sep 15, 2016
The Amphinicy booth

People outside of the space industry might be surprised to hear that Toulouse could well be the space technology capital of Europe. With the likes of giants like Airbus DS, Thales-Alenia, CNES (the French space agency) and several hundred smaller organisations active in the space sector employing 12.000 people, Toulouse is one of the rare European cities where saying "I work in the satellite business" sounds rather ordinary. :)

Space Debris - A (Horror) Story

Posted by Tihomir Meščić on Monday, Nov 09, 2015
Space debris (Credit: ESA)

When you think about the orbit above Earth's atmosphere, you think of an empty space. But the truth is, we have been polluting it for more than half a century, and what lies above could one day make space travel impossible.

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