Press Releases

14.02.2017

Global Leaders In Planetary Science Announce Asteroid Day In Luxembourg In 2017

Luxembourg, London, Berlin, Silicon Valley, Bucharest (February 14, 2017) -- The city of Luxembourg today hosted international leaders to launch Asteroid Day 2017. Asteroid Day is a UN sanctioned global day of education to raise awareness about asteroids and in particular how we protect Earth from dangerous impacts.

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13.02.2017

New type of propulsion system for SmallGEO “Electra” variant

Bremen, 13.02.2017. OHB System AG is going one decisive step further in the development of the SmallGEO geostationary satellite platform: OHB Sweden (a subsidiary of OHB SE, Prime Standard, ISIN DE0005936124) has now been tasked with developing the electric propulsion system and the Attitude-Orbit-Control software for the fully electric version known as “Electra”.

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09.02.2017

NASA Space Launch System: MT Aerospace awarded further contracts by Boeing

Augsburg, February 09, 2017. MT Aerospace AG, a member of the European space and technology group OHB SE (ISIN: DE0005936124, Prime Standard), has been awarded further contracts by US space technology group Boeing for additional development work on the Space Launch System (SLS).

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03.02.2017

OHB funding a foundation professorship to improve cyber security in satellite communications

Bremen / Neubiberg, February 3, 2017. In today’s information society, the development of efficient and secure communications channels is increasingly growing in importance. It is for this reason that OHB System AG, a subsidiary of OHB SE (Prime Standard, ISIN DE0005936124), is funding a junior professorship in secure space communications at the Institute of Information Technology at the University of the German Federal Armed Forces in Munich.

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28.01.2017

OHB with a successful launch into a geostationary orbit

Bremen/Kourou, January 28, 2017. In the early hours of the morning, the telecommunications satellite H36W-1 produced by space technology company OHB System AG reached its target orbit at an altitude of 36,000 kilometers. A Russian Soyuz carrier had lifted off on schedule at 2.03 hours CET from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French-Guyana. Roughly half an hour later, the carrier released the satellite with a mass of 3,200 kg into its geostationary transfer orbit.

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