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8th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation

8th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation

THETA Aerospace is attending the 8th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation from 04th – 08th April, 2011 in Berlin, Germany.
Come in and find out, which comprehensive solutions we can offer you for your space project. We are looking forward to see you and to talk to you in person.
 

LAPAN chooses the spaceCam C4000 from THETA Aerospace

Indonesia's National Institute of Aeronautics and Space LAPAN (Lembaga Penerbangan dan Antariksa Nasional) decides to equip its small satellite LAPAN-A2 with the CMOSIS camera System von THETA Aerospace.

The square pixel with the small size of 5.5µm x 5.5µm, the high image resolution of 4 Megapixel and the High Dynamic Range (HDR) modes up to 90 db optimally qualify for all applications in space imaging in particular for high ground resolution earth observation.
 

Cooperation with Prof. Dr. Udo Renner

THETA Aerospace is proud to announce the exclusive cooperation with Prof. Dr. Udo Renner with the aim to develop and build new small satellites. Prof. Dr. Udo Renner initiated the famous TUBSAT program in 1985 at the IInstitut für Luft- und Raumfahrt at the university of Berlin. Since then 7 missions were realized with an over all in-orbit life of more then 40 years.

THETA Aerospace has a long term experience in earth observation and measurement.

Within this cooperation we can offer the complete small satellite with integrated payload out of one hand. Additionally product spectrum reaches from satellite components to high resolution earth observation CCD and CMOSIS camera systems and multispectral measurering systems.
 
Cooperation with the Institute of Space Systems - IRS

Cooperation with the Institute of Space Systems - IRS

THETA SYSTEM will develop and manufacture a space-proof CCD camera system for multispectral image capturing within the cooperation with the University of Stuttgart's Institute of Space Systems.
The system will be integrated in the satellite "Flying Laptop".