Tags : NL Space

Royal Visit to NL Space Campus

Last week, Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima visited the South Holland coastal region, famous for its dunes and flower fields. The region is characterised by versatility and contrasts, which are central during this royal visit. The so-called “Dune and Flower Bulb Region” is located in the north of the province of South Holland and […]Read More

Join the LDE NL Space Campus Summer School!

The universities of Leiden, Delft and Rotterdam (Erasmus), in collaboration with the NL Space Campus are organising the first Space Summer School in the Netherlands, from 26 June to 1 July 2022! Registration for this fantastic one-week opportunity is now open for second, third and last year bachelor’s and master students from, studying or based […]Read More

NL Space in Germany

The Dutch space sector had a very visible presence at the recent #SpaceTechExpoEU 2021 in Bremen, Germany, with several leading Dutch space companies and organisations sharing a beautifully designed #NLspace booth. Groundstation.space was at the expo to meet Dutch and European partners and potential customers, but also to promote the Dutch space sector at large. […]Read More

Satellites always see the plants, clouds or no clouds

Clouds or not, satellites always keep an eye on plants, with the support of Dutch innovation. As of today, farmers from all over the world can monitor their crops via satellites, even when it is cloudy. The Dutch company VanderSat has developed a technology that allows, for example, dehydrated plants to be detected under all […]Read More

“When the countdown reaches zero, it is our turn”

Spark plugs for rockets. Simply stated, that is the main product of Aerospace Propulsion Products (APP) of Klundert (Brabant, Netherlands, ed.). Over one hundred Ariane-5 rockets were launched using the ignition system of the Dutch company. Its lesser known Vega launcher was launched sixteen times with the help of APP. “We are doing the coolest […]Read More