Space has become a business, where companies big and small are investing billions of dollars. They are investing in cheaper and more reliable ways to go there and come back. In technologies to survive in places far from the air and warmth and light of Earth.
Today we present ENPULSION, an Austrian company developing cutting edge thruster solutions for small and medium satellites.
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