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Luxembourg Space Expertise: LuxSpace / ESAIL


published on 16 September 2020 9 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Luxembourg Space Agency".
LuxSpace CEO, Jochen Harms, on putting the ESAIL microsatellite into orbit.
ESAIL is part of ESA’s Partnership Projects and has been developed to enhance the next generation of space‐based services for the maritime sector. The spacecraft will track ship movements over the entire globe as it orbits the planet.
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