SES Luxembourg Announces Andrew Browne Will Step Down as CFO

SES announced today that Andrew Browne, Chief Financial Officer of SES, has decided to step down for personal and family reasons and pursue other endeavors. The search for a successor is underway and an announcement will be made in due course. Andrew has a long and successful history with SES, starting with the acquisition of Read More

Strategic Partners GovSat and Telespazio France to Provide Capabilities for the French Ministry of Defence

Strategic Partners GovSat and Telespazio France to Provide Capabilities for the French Ministry of Defence   Photo Corinne Mailles Deputy General Manager of Telespazio France & Patrick Biewer, CEO of GovSat   With the aim of meeting the needs of the French government, GovSat and Telespazio France pooled their skills, infrastructures and solutions to create Read More

SES S.A. 2018 Financial Results

SES S.A. announced solid financial results for the nine and three months ended 30 September 2018 with group revenue growing, fuelled by strengthening double-digit growth at SES Networks. SES fleet includes over 50 satellites in Geostationary Orbit (GEO) and 16 in Medium Earth Orbit (MEO). (Photo: Business Wire) Key financial highlights • Reported revenue of Read More

Luxembourg and China agreed to cooperate on space exploration

[caption id="attachment_1407" align="aligncenter" width="318"] Luxembourg and China agreed to cooperate on space exploration  photo MECO[/caption]   The Ministry of the Economy and the China National Space Administration (CNSA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that provides a framework for the development and implementation of scientific, technical, economic and political cooperation between Luxembourg and China in Read More

ispace announces plan for two lunar missions by 2020

ispace Raises Record Largest Series A Funding Japan-based lunar exploration company ispace, inc. raises $90.2 million to be used for development of lunar lander and two lunar missions by 2020 [embed]https://youtu.be/r7CW92i0z_o[/embed]   ispace, a Japan-based private lunar exploration company, announced today that it has raised $90.2 million* in Series A funding—not only the largest-ever Series Read More