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This is an artist's rendering of ICEYE-X2, a satellite ICEYE plans to launch on Space Exploration Technology's rideshare mission to Sun Synchronous Orbit. ICEYE's X2 antenna is twice the size of its antennas for X1, the first satellite the Finnish company launched in January. Credit: ICEYE
Space Tech Expo: Jean-Luc Froeliger, Vice President, Satellite Operations & Engineering, Intelsat
Dr. Bryan L. Benedict, Senior Director Innovation and Satellite Programs, SES Government Solutions
Dr. Michael J. Gabor, Director of Advanced Programs, Government Systems, SSL
Philippe Galland, OneWeb Return of Experience Manager, Airbus Defence & Space
Brian Roberts, Robotic Technologist, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
David Barnhart, a former DARPA project manager, is a research professor in the University of Southern California's Department of Astronautical Engineering. He is also director of USC's Space Engineering Research Center, and director of the Space Systems and Technology Division in USC's Information Sciences Institute. Credit: Space Tech Expo
David Davis, chief systems engineer for the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center in Los Angeles, is exploring the implications the military's focus on resilience will have on satellite building and testing. Credit: Space Tech Expo
An illustration of NASA's proposed Deep Space Gateway in orbit around the moon. Credit: NASA
A cubesat-sized Ice Cubes experiment container showed inside a mockup of Europe's Columbus ISS module. Credit: ESA
ESA’s contribution to NASA’s Orion spacecraft is the European Service Module, designed to provide the spacecraft’s propulsion, electrical power, water and thermal control. The propulsion qualification model, designed by Airbus Defence and Space, was assembled by OHB Sweden. Credit: ESA
Google deployed its Project  Loon high-altitude balloons to Puerto Rico to provide LTE service to the storm-ravaged island. Credit: Google Project Loon
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Hydrazine is commonly used as a propellant for the satellites built by Airbus Defence and Space and many others in Europe and abroad. Credit: Airbus
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PLD Space Arion 1
“A Moon Village,”  ESA director-general Johann-Dietrich Woerner said in 2015 “shouldn’t just mean some houses, a church and a town hall.” It could be beacon of international and even commercial cooperation. Credit: ESA artist's concept of a lunar outpost
Oliver Juckenhöfel, head of Airbus Defence and Space's  Bremen, Germany space site. Credit: Airbus

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