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  • Sentinel 5P 0

    Successful launch of Sentinel-5P

    Right on time, at 9.27 hours GMT (11.27 hours CEST) on 13 October, Sentinel-5P was successfully blasted into space atop a Rockot launcher from Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia. ...
  • LUCID Tenerife octubre 0

    GMV conducts the last trials of LUCID in Tenerife

    From 2 to 16 October, in Minas de San José in the National Park of Teide on the Canary Island of Tenerife, GMV is carrying out the final phase of rover trials under the GMV-led European Space Agency (ESA) project LUCID (LUnar scenario Concept valIdation and Demonstration). Throughout ...
  • Cassini 0

    Farewell Cassini farewell....

    After clocking up nearly 13 years orbiting Saturn, on 15 September the international spacecraft Cassini–Huygens plunged into Saturn’s atmosphere and broke up, marking the end of this exploration around the solar system’s sixth biggest planet, known to one and all ...
  • MSPO

    GMV at the new edition of MSPO

    Recently GMV Poland took part in the International Defence Industry Exhibition MSPO 2017. During the trade fair, GMV presented its products and services for the space industry at a common stand of the Polish space sector, organized by the Polish Space Industry Association and the ...
  • Development of the space industry staff

    GMV is developing the space industry staff in Poland

    The Polish Space Industry Association (ZPSK) was founded in 2012 with a clear aim in view: to win Poland’s space industry pole position within the European market, while also helping to build up a space policy at national level alongside the Polish Space Agency and other representative ...
  • LPF

    Operations of the LISA Pathfinder are brought to successful completion

    Gravitational waves, a spin-off prediction from Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, are created by massive objects upon being accelerated, oscillated or violently perturbed. Scientists have spent decades trying to bear out this theory in practice. Although there have been ...
  • Mars 0

    The future of Mars exploration activities

    Scientists and researchers have had Mars in their sights for years now. The first expeditions to the red planet began back in the sixties of last century and after six failed attempts it was not until November 1964 when a mission finally pulled off some successful results (Mariner ...
  • Eurospace

    GMV becomes a member company of Eurospace

    In keeping with its proven leadership in the space sector, GMV has recently joined Eurospace, a professional association set up in 1961 as the European non-profit organization to bring together Europe’s entire space industry. Eurospace’s remit is to foster the development ...
  • Debris 0

    GMV showcases its latest ADR breakthroughs

    From 3 to 7 July GMV took part in the 7th European Conference for Aeronautics and Space Sciences, EUCASS 2017. To showcase its latest ADR (Active Debris Removal) breakthroughs, it presented the results of three projects it is carrying out for the European Space Agency. ...