Our research proposal “Cold Atom Rubidium Interferometer in Orbit for Quantum Accelerometry – Pathfinder Mission Preparation” (CARIOQA-PMP) has been approve by the EU!
The objective of the CARIOQA-PMP project is to enable Europe to deploy quantum gravimeters/accelerometers in space through a Quantum Pathfinder Mission within the decade.
The future CARIOQA of the EU is to map earth’s gravity field using
The GiaSaaS mission to send a Greek satellite into space has just been selected. It will be lead by OHB-Hellas and encompasses a Pan-Greek consortium of companies and universities, including the Libre-Space-Foundation, the National Observatory of Athens, the The Microprocessors Laboratory and Digital Systems Lab of the NTUA, the Greek Center for Security Studies (KEMEA).
Good news: Our new ESA project: Greek InfrAstructure for Satellite as a Service: GIASaaS (headed by OHB-Hellas) has been selected for evaluation!