The device developed in Poland will help to explore Jupiter and its icy moons
Astri Poland has provided equipment for the research mission of the European Space Agency (ESA), which will aim to study Jupiter and its ice moons. The device will be crucial for the success of this mission and is the most technically advanced product developed by the Warsaw company. In the coming year, Astri Polska plans further expansion in the European space market.
JUICE (JUpiter ICy moons Explorer) is a research mission of the European Space Agency The mission to study Jupiter and its three icy moons . The probe is scheduled to launch in 2022. The device provided by Astri Polska will be connected to the probe and will allow to test its system in electronics, before sending it into space. This is an important stage of any space program because once the mission is launched, engineers no longer have the ability to modify the system in the device placed on the orbit.
Ultimately, the Warsaw-based company will provide the JUICE mission with one more such device and a digital test environment, which will be used to test the JUICE mission re will allow to test the software operating the on-board computer of the probe.
– The delivery of the device for JUICE mission is an important event for Astri Polska. We are pleased that our product has met the stringent requirements and will play an important role in the flagship program of the European Space Agency. It is worth emphasizing that from the technical point of view, the device for JUICE mission is the most advanced product among the The project will be the next milestone for Astri Polska e have provided so far for the European program in space – said Iuliia Strotska, Business Development Manager at Astri Polska.
Astri Poland is a leader of the Polish space sector in terms of support The project is to be implemented in cooperation with the European Space Agency (ESA), for which the only this year will provide as many as 10 finished products . These will be m.in.: electronic systems for satellites The project will be the next milestone for Astri Polska in all fields of meteorology, telecommunications and test environment for receivers GNSS satellite navigation for space applications.
In the coming year, the company plans to further increase its involvement in ESA projects. To this end, the company intends to propose to the ESA its own concept of an innovative platform for testing satellites .
– Developing a modular system for satellite testing The next milestone for Astri Polska. We assume that thanks to its versatility we will be able to influence the cost reduction The Positron Collider is to be four times larger than the This will give us a great competitive advantage on the market in this field – said Iuliia Strotska.
Astri Poland specializes in the design and manufacture of equipment for leading European in space and designing dedicated services and applications based on data derived from satellites . Since its inception in 2010. The company was involved in the development of the. 50 project The project is a continuation of the Polish. At the moment, the company is carrying out approx. 20 project , employing 80 Polish engineers .