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12 May Joint Virtual Kick-off: Galileo and Copernicus Masters

Copernicus Masters and Galileo Masters presents this year’s Space of Innovation Highway. On the Space of Innovation Highway, you will be guided through a series of virtual events designed to […]

Monitoring Climate Change with Copernicus – Copernicus Masters 2021 Submissions Open 19 April

Copernicus is the world-leading European Earth observation programme, offering open and free data, information and services that substantially contribute to socio-economic benefits, as well as smart, […]

Galileo for EU Next Generation – Submissions for Galileo Masters 2021 Open 19 April

For 17 years, the Galileo Masters has been fostering the development of new technology and business cases, service delivery and applications based on Galileo. This year’s […]

City of Space Presents GAIA-X-Use Case “DASCLab” at Hannover Messe 2021

12.04.2021: From Monday 12 to Friday 16 April, the City of Space will present the GAIA-X-Use Case “Digital Aeronautics and Space Collaboration Labs” (DASCLab) at Hannover […]

Yuri’s Night Bremen 2021: Live from Space!

Live stream from the special exhibition “Up to Space” of the Universum® Bremen on April 12, 2021 10 years of Yuri’s Night Bremen and the 60th […]

Flucto: defining the future of wind energy with the help of space technology

Wind energy has many advantages, making it one of the fastest-growing renewable energy sources in the world. In 2020, it surpassed nuclear energy and coal as […]

Agritechnica postponed until March 2022

New dates: From 27 February to 5 March 2022 – Exhibitions require planning certainty – Agricultural machinery industry backs the world-leading exhibition [DLG Press Release: 29. […]

Will protective coatings soon be obsolete?

Protective paints and coatings are used in almost every industry to realize special applications – a growth market with billions in sales potential. However, some of […]

Faces Of Ariane 6: Thomas Probst, Production Management Ariane 6 Upper Stage

Meet ArianeGroup employees who play a role in building the Ariane 6 upper stage ArianeGroup continues its mini-interview series with Thomas Probst, Work Package Manager for […]

Startup Weekend Health 2021 Event Summary

On 19-23 March, Bremen Startups hosted Startup Weekend Health, an online event for participants to engage with like-minded individuals to develop and test their ideas before […]

Ten years of safer skies with Europe’s other satnav system

17.03.2021: With 26 satellites in orbit and more than two billion receivers in use, Europe’s Galileo satellite navigation system has made a massive impact. But our […]

ArianeGroup awarded two study contracts for future Moon missions by Airbus DS

ArianeGroup is bringing its propulsion system architect expertise to support Airbus Defence and Space in potential ESA Moon missions, the Cis-Lunar Transfer Vehicle and the European […]

ArianeGroup awarded two study contracts for future Moon missions by Airbus DS

16.3.2021: ArianeGroup has been awarded two study contracts to facilitate potential Moon missions covering phase A/B1 studies by Airbus Defence and Space in preparation for the […]

Space Academy Paris Gathers Space Tech Entrepreneurs from across Europe

Space Academy Paris, the fourth Space Academy from European funded project SpaceUp, took place on the 8th March 2021 organised by IASP – the International Association […]

Inspirational Women in the ESA Space Solutions Network

International Women’s Day has been celebrated all over the world this month and we did not want to miss the chance to shine a light on […]

Startup Weekend Bremen HEALTH

From 19-21 March, Bremen Startups will host Startup Weekend Bremen Health, an online event where participants will spend the next 54 hours connecting with likeminded individuals, developing and testing their prototypes and pitching their concepts to a […]

City Of Space Bremen appoints new state coordinators for aeronautics and space

Aeronautics and space are two key industries in the state of Bremen, generating approximately 4 billion euros annually and comprising upwards of 12,000 employees, 140 companies […]

Brand new findings on fire safety in space

For the fifth time, a team of 25 international scientists used the Northrop Grumman CYGNUS supply vehicle for the International Space Station to conduct experiments with […]

Staying long-term

The “red planet” in the evening sky seems more and more within reach, as leading space agencies aspire astronaut missions to Mars in the future. Unlike […]

Women’s Astron Barcamp: Take-off and landing succeeded


Launcher Stage Delivery

4.2.2021: The first complete Ariane 6 upper stage has just left the ArianeGroup site in Bremen. This delivery represents a major step in the development of […]

Service modules being built by Airbus Bremen

The European Space Agency (ESA) has signed a further contract with Airbus for the construction of three more European Service Modules (ESM) for Orion, the American […]

Bremen Startups in the City of Space

The space incubator ESA BIC Northern Germany has set itself the goal of supporting startups with their business development for at least one year. Who are […]

New Aviaspace Member: Ingenics AG

28.9.2020: We are pleased to welcome our new member Ingenics AG to Aviaspace. Ingenics AG is an international corporate consulting firm focused on the transformation and […]

Rocket Lab launches communication satellite for OHB

‘Another One Leaves The Crust’ as Rocket Lab successfully launches 18th Electron rocket, bringing the total number of satellites deployed by the company to 97. Rocket […]

ESA Council appoints Josef Aschbacher as next ESA Director General

The ESA Council appointed Dr Josef Aschbacher on 17 December 2020 as the next Director General of ESA, for a period of four years. He will […]

Nanotechnology: Start-up NAVATO picks up speed

Navato Aerospace is a green start-up in the field of nanotechnology. Director and founder is Hans G. Dahn, co-founders are Miriam Janke and Jörg Praetorius. Navato […]

Galileo Prize Bremen

The winner of the Galileo Prize Bremen are Andreas Haselsteiner and Aljoscha Sander from Flucto. Their Galileo-enabled technology for tracking individual wind turbine components with high […]

Copernicus Prize Bremen

We are happy to announce the winner of the Copernicus Prize Bremen: Jaroslaw Parzuchowski. His technology supports the monitoring process of coastal zones based on current […]

Angsa Robotics Wins Overall Prize in Galileo Masters 2020

Galileo Charts a Course for Autonomous Vehicles The winners of the international innovation competition the Galileo Masters 2020 were announced during the online Space Awards on […]

Reef Support Wins the Copernicus Masters 2020 Competition

Copernicus Data and AI to Protect the World’s Coral Reefs Celebrating its 10th iteration in 2020, the international innovation competition Copernicus Masters awarded prizes in 22 […]

Fresh Breeze at the ESA BIC Northern Germany

07.12.2020: The aerospace engineer Frank Kortenstedde spent many years researching in the field of wind energy – most recently at the Institute of Aerospace Technology (IAT) […]

Boeing receives first P-8A Poseidon components from Aljo

Berlin, 1 December 2020 – Aljo Aluminium-Bau Jonuscheit GmbH (“Aljo”), a medium-sized specialist for aluminum components from Berne, has delivered the first parts for Boeing’s P-8A […]

New cli­mate guardian in space – Sen­tinel-6 will mon­i­tor glob­al rise in sea lev­els

On 21 November 2020 at 18:17 CET, the eighth satellite of the European Copernicus programme, Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich, lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base in […]

Extraterrestrial Couture

How is a space suit made? And what does space travel have to do with fashion? We take a look behind the scenes of the production […]

Enjoy the shooting stars this fall with the taurids, leonids, and geminids meteor showers

23.10.2020: The nights may be getting longer, but don’t just huddle up and hide under your comforter! The night sky will be at its most spectacular this […]

Anke Kaysser-Pyza­l­la – Chair of the DLR Ex­ec­u­tive Board

Curriculum vitae Anke Kaysser-Pyzalla studied mechanical engineering and materials science in Bochum and Darmstadt. She completed her doctorate and qualified as a university lecturer at Ruhr […]

Assembly of the first ariane 6 upper stage

ArianeGroup teams in Bremen, Germany have assembled the very first Ariane 6 rocket upper stage, coupling the launcher’s tanks with the equipped engine bay of the […]

IAC2020 Digital Edition: A summary

Between 12 and 14 October, the International Space Community met digitally for the IAC Cyber Space Edition. The “Bremen Bremerhaven City of Space” stand, which as […]

CONNECTING SPACE REGIONS: South Australia, Nova Scotia, Zuid Holland and Bremen

IAC 14.10.2020, 12.00 CET (noon) Are you interested in getting to know more about current space activities in selected regions across the world? Then, join us on October 14th, 2020 between 12:00 […]

Bremen – City of Space – presents itself with a virtual exhibition stand at the International Space Congress 2020

The 71st International Congress of Astronautics (IAC) is being held in purely digital form for the first time in its history. This is due to the […]

Optimising air cargo traffic: Helios Aircargo Network

5.10.2020: What do the Airbus wings, the Ariane upper stage and the Galileo satellite navigation system have in common? They are all produced in Bremen. The […]

Ice-cold savings potential: Safely crossing the polar regions with satellite data

28.9.2020: Over the past decades, the State of Bremen has become the hub of the international aerospace industry. In the Hanseatic city, established manufacturers meet renowned […]

Astronautin GmbH: Bremen start-up offers ‘out of this world’ empowerment workshops

17.9.2020: Bremen is an important hub for the international aerospace industry. One of the new innovative drivers in the City of Space is a company called […]

Valispace: Rocket-like rise of a Bremen start-up

14.9.2020: Bremen has been a decisive player in the space domain for decades. In addition to the well-established industry giants, more and more start-ups and small […]

planblue: making the invisible visible

7.9.2020: In Bremen, 140 small, medium-sized and large companies and 20 research institutes – with a total of around 12,000 employees – generate more than four […]

Ariane 5’s third launch of 2020

16.8.2020: Europe’s Ariane 5 has delivered two telecom satellites Galaxy-30 and BSAT-4B, and the Mission Extension Vehicle (MEV-2), into their planned transfer orbits. There are also […]

Six new missions for the European Copernicus Earth observation programme

1.7.2020: On 1 July 2020, the European Space Agency awarded contracts for the development and construction of six further Copernicus satellites. Contracts with a value of […]

Galileo Masters: a springboard for next-generation space applications

17.6.2020: Have an idea that uses Galileo positioning to address a pressing societal challenge? Take it to the next level by entering it in this year’s […]

Airbus wins ESA contract to construct third European Service Module for NASA’s Orion spacecraft

Bremen, 26 May 2020 – The European Space Agency (ESA) has signed a contract with Airbus for the construction of the third European Service Module (ESM) […]