Online Webinar: Airbus Bartolomeo, Space Qualification and Remote Observation Opportunities

Thursday, November 30, 2023 at 12 Eastern / 9 AM PacificVirtual

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The Airbus Bartolomeo platform onboard the International Space Station enables the hosting of external payloads in Low Earth Orbit (LEO), with numerous application areas for institutional and private organizations. Bartolomeo is an ideal platform for cost and time-efficient demonstrations to increase the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) of imaging sensors for earth and space observation as well as aerospace components and systems, including those that could be used on the Moon, Mars, and in deep space missions (CLPS, Artemis, and Gateway).

These are some of the space qualification and aerospace TRL benefits that the Bartolomeo Platform can host :

• In-Orbit Assembly
• In-Orbit Testing
• Robotics Testing
• Propulsion Testing
• Spacecraft Deployment

This webinar is relevant to people in the aerospace industry, especially those working on remote sensing, astrophysics & heliophysics, atmospheric research, space weather, space situational awareness, optical laser communications, climate change, agriculture and food security, and spacecraft deployment.

Airbus’s 10 years of experience integrating and operating ISS payloads allows users to concentrate on their space mission without needing to develop a complex system or master a deep understanding of the ISS.

Thursday, November 30, 2023 at 12 Eastern / 9 AM Pacific

Please click here to register.

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