Airbus U.S. Space & Defense, Inc. is proud to showcase our cutting-edge capabilities at the 38th Space Symposium. We are passionate about innovation – from small satellite manufacturing to NASA's European Service Module – all of our technologies are available today to help the U.S. enable humankind to take its next strides.

April 17-20, 202338th Space SymposiumColorado Springs, COBooth #1435

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ARROW Satellite

The ARROW satellite bus is Airbus’ answer to an innovative, responsive, versatile and affordable platform for high-performance space applications. The ARROW satellite platform can serve many missions, including high data-rate low latency communications, collection and tracking of radio frequency sensing data, Earth observation with a high revisit, machine to machine communications, internet of things research, as well as in-orbit technology demonstration missions.

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Small Satellite Manufacturing

In 2016, OneWeb and Airbus formed a Joint Venture, Airbus OneWeb Satellites (AOS), to manufacture small satellites in mass quantities for both OneWeb and multiple Airbus customers, leveraging Airbus’ long standing heritage in satellite manufacturing.

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Laser Communication

Airbus U.S. offers Laser Terminals for a wide range of applications. The LCT135, which can transmit up to 1.8 gigabits per second from Geo Stationary Orbit (GEO) over distances of up to 80,000 kilometers enabling data transmission in near real-time.

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Zephyr is the world’s leading solar powered fixed-wing High Altitude Pseudo Satellite (HAPS) Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS). Zephyr is the only aircraft of its kind on the market that has been to the stratosphere multiple times, and has remained there for nearly 26 days. Zephyr is an ideal solution for enhancing targeting for Long Range Precision Fires, augmenting resilient network operations, and supporting Air and Missile Defense. Zephyr’s industry leading achievements in the stratosphere and Airbus US' roadmap for future Zephyr success provide our customers the lowest-risk, lowest cost, and most direct means to operationalize the stratosphere.

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NASA’s European Service Module/Orion

The European Service Module, built by Airbus Defence and Space, is Orion's powerhouse and will supply the spacecraft with in-space propulsion and power, as well as providing air and water for the crew when they are aboard. The service module will also keep the spacecraft at the right temperature and on course, while it travels to deep space.

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