75 years after the United Nations was established, the organization aims to make the world a better place with the help of satellites. Norway plays a central role in this work.
The new national budget expands Norway's participation in ESA's and EU's space programs as well as the allocations for the national utilization of these programs.
Norway's first AIS satellite launched 10 years ago and was one of the first to monitor maritime traffic from space.
The Norwegian Space Centre is now called the Norwegian Space Agency.
Nucleus will be the core of a new launch system for small satellites.
The Norwegian pavilion at the International Astronautical Congress 2018 will showcase Norway’s space industry.
Great opportunities for startups based on space technology.
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.