Christian Hauglie-Hanssen is the Norwegian Space Centre’s new director general. How does he envision Norway’s future in space?
The development of a Norwegian satellite with radar detector is under way. Monitoring of maritime traffic will be improved when NorSat-3 is in orbit.
Her er det viktigste begivenhetene og oppdagelsene i rommet i året som gikk, både internasjonalt og i Norge.
The improved AIS-receiver on the Norwegian satellites launched this summer detects 60% more ships than their precursors.
The Norwegian satellites NorSat-1 and NorSat-2 were successfully launched on Friday the 14th of July 2017. The two satellites will monitor maritime traffic and test science and technology payloads.
Japan and Norway have signed a memorandum of understanding for sounding rocket research on the aurora and space weather.
AISSat-2, Norway's second national satellite, was launched on the 8th of July 2014. Like its predecessor, AISSat-1, the new satellite will monitor maritime traffic from space.
The University of Toronto will build the platform for the Norwegian satellite NORSAT-1.
Each krone invested in the Norwegian space industry yields a return of almost 5 kroner, shows a report from the Norwegian Space Centre.
A new Norwegian satellite, will be built to investigate solar radiation, space weather and detect ship traffic. Inititally named NORSAT-1, the launch is planned for 2015. The NSC will coordinate the development and the integration of the instruments.