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May 31st, 2011
“YourSpaceAvenue”: Astrium and Partners Offer Access to Space

Astrium launches a new satellite platform package called “YourSpaceAvenue” based on the Myriade microsatellite programme at the Paris Air Show 2011. Jean Dauphin, Astrium France’s Director of Earth Observation and Science said: “”YourSpaceAvenue” offers space solutions to those who thought space was inaccessible. By using existing technology, by enabling customers to tailor services to their specific needs, and giving users control of their own operations without them having to master the more complex aspects of space technology, we will open doors to new customers from the scientific community and service providers.” Read More