Buoyed by successes in Galileo and MTG prospects, OHB turns sights to carbon monitoring, lunar missions
When it arrived at the last ILA Berlin Air Show, OHB Technology was a relative unknown still trying to parlay a surprise victory in the German SARLupe radar satellite competition into a reputation as a global satellite supplier. During the show, the Bremen-based companyâ€”Germanyâ€™s second-largest space contractor after EADS Astriumâ€”inked a preliminary agreement with Hispasat to build its first geostationary telecom satellite, based on an all-new bus of its own design. It has not looked back ...
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