ICEYE and Spire launch joint project
Microsatellite startup ICEYE and data analytics provider Spire have agreed to begin technology collaboration to detect illegal activity on the high seas.
Finland and India step up synergy in two sectors
Finland and India have signed memorandums of understanding (MOU) on co-operation in cyber security and the peaceful use of outer space.
ICEYE’s Internet of Locations service gets a boost
Finnish Earth observation company ICEYE has received a 10 million-euro capital loan from Business Finland for the manufacturing of synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) satellites and launching its Internet of Locations ecosystem.
Reaktor Hello World satellite launches into space
Finland’s first commercially built nanosatellite, Reaktor Hello World, was successfully launched into space from India on 29 November.
Finnish researchers part of Gruber-winning space project
Finnish researchers are among the recipients of the 2018 Gruber Cosmology Prize for their work on the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Planck satellite that has shed more light on the Universe.
Finnish expertise sought for ESA nanosatellite
Finnish company Reaktor Space Lab and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland are involved in a European Space Agency (ESA) project to investigate a new frequency band for future telecommunication satellites.
Aalto-2 makes it to space – finally
The launch of the satellite known as Aalto-2 from Cape Canaveral, Florida on Tuesday was successful. The device is designed and built by Aalto University students.
Cohu Experience breaks Finnish crowdfunding record
Finnish startup Cohu Experience has closed a 3.2 million-euro round for its Space Nation Astronaut Program. Over 500 Finnish private investors were among the crowdfunders.
Finnish Aalto-2 satellite is ready for space
The Finnish Aalto University-based Aalto-2 satellite is now ready to take part in the international QB50 Mission.
NASA to harness solar wind travel with Finnish invention
NASA has started testing Finnish HERTS E-Sail concept at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in the US.
Finnish measurement technology helps to explore Mars
The European Space Agency ESA will launch the Exo Mars spacecraft to Mars together with the Russian Roscosmos. The spacecraft is carrying Finnish measurement technology from the Finnish Meteorological Institute and fitted with Vaisala sensors.