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COP28: UK Climate Satellite Contracts

12/05/2023 | UK Space Agency
Airbus UK has been awarded nearly £95 million and Teledyne e2v £9 million, through the UK Space Agency’s membership of the European Space Agency (ESA), to deliver the next phase of the TRUTHS mission. 

NASA’s 6-Pack of Mini-Satellites Ready for Their Moment in the Sun

12/01/2023 | NASA
Most NASA missions feature one spacecraft or, occasionally, a few. The agency’s Sun Radio Interferometer Space Experiment (SunRISE) is using half a dozen. This month, mission members completed construction of the six identical cereal box-size satellites, which will now go into storage and await their final testing and ride to space. SunRISE will launch as a rideshare aboard a United Launch Alliance Vulcan rocket, sponsored by the United States Space Force (USSF)’s Space Systems Command (SSC).

New Energy Collaborative Aims to Accelerate Creation of Low-Carbon Energy Access in Asia-Pacific for the Semiconductor Climate Consortium

12/01/2023 | SEMI
Aiming to reduce global semiconductor ecosystem carbon emissions, SEMI and the Semiconductor Climate Consortium (SCC) have created the Energy Collaborative (EC) to understand and clear roadblocks to the installation of low-carbon energy sources in the Asia-Pacific region.

Foxconn's Statement on Emission Reduction and Renewable Energy Actions

12/01/2023 | Foxconn
As a leader in the global electronics technology industry, Foxconn supports the goals of the Paris Agreement. In 2020, the Group pledged to achieve net-zero emissions in the value chain by 2050.

Astrolab Announces $160 Million in New Contracts

11/23/2023 | BUSINESS WIRE
Venturi Astrolab, Inc. (Astrolab) announced it has reached an agreement with eight enterprise customers to use its Flexible Logistics and Exploration (FLEX) rover to deploy the customers’ payloads on Astrolab’s upcoming mission to the Moon which is known as Mission 1.
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