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SAIT: Giuseppe Lorenzoni Award 2021
SAIT: Giuseppe Lorenzoni Award 2021 Officina Stellare renews its support for the Giuseppe Lorenzoni Award, organized by INAF (Italian National Institute of Astrophysics) and SAIT (Italian Astronomical Society). This year the award goes to Silvia Celli, a young astrophysicist at the La Sapienza University of Rome, with a theoretical study…
The 0.5 metre diameter telescope on board of SuperBIT, Superpressure Balloon-borne Imaging Telescope, will be launched in April 2022.
The 0.5 metre diameter telescope on board of SuperBIT, Superpressure Balloon-borne Imaging Telescope, will be launched in April 2022. You might remember when in September 2019 we posted a news about the revolutionary SuperBIT – Superpressure Balloon-borne Imaging Telescope – final test flights, which demonstrated the telescope extraordinary pointing stability.The…
Officina Stellare and Thales Alenia Space Italia sign an industrial collaboration and technological and commercial development agreement
Officina Stellare and Thales Alenia Space Italia sign an industrial collaboration and technological and commercial development agreement. The agreement, which aims to take advantage on the one hand, of the systems, production and technology capabilities of Thales Alenia Space Italia, on the other hand, the technical skills and production capabilities…
Signed new contract with ImageSat International for a multispectral optical payload for Earth Observation
Officina Stellare has signed a new contract with the Israeli ISI - ImageSat International, for an innovative multispectral optical payload intended for a pioneering 50 cm resolution earth observation satellite. The orbital imaging system, we will deliver by the end of 2022, is intended for an innovative set of monitoring…
Officina Stellare Spa attends INNOPROM Expo in Ekaterinburg – Russia
OfficinaStellare attends for the first time, the international industrial trade fair INNOPROM in Ekaterinburg – Russia, where Italy is the partner country with the purpose of strengthening international trade and economic ties in the Russian and global industrial markets. The pics here below show the venue, the Italian pavillion organized…
Optical communication links for future, secure, fast and energy efficient data transfer.
Technology Transfer: the importance of finding the right match between applied research and industrial requirements. It is underway in these hours in Genoa, at the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), a workshop dedicated to Italian companies operating in the space sector on the importance of technology transfer from research laboratories…
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