September 29, 2022
Moon, Mars or Jupiter It doesn't matter how far or difficult an expedition to deep space is the products of Beyond Gravity (formerly RUAG Space) can help make space exploration efficient.
A number of international science missions utilize Beyond Gravity's top technology. One instance can be the NASA Artemis Moon Program, which makes use of the technology that comes from Beyond Gravity (formerly RUAG Space) to power its Orion crew capsule.
The powerhouse of Orion, The European Service Module, derives its power from solar energy The four gravity systems that are used each mission make sure all solar panels are aligned with the Sun.
Structures are the main structure of the spacecraft's body, making it sufficiently rigid. Beyond Gravity is the world's leader in satellite structure, Beyond Gravity, headquartered in Switzerland.
Engineers, designs, builds, assembles and tests precision and stability in dimensional terms satellite structures.
The company creates and makes computer systems for the European mission to hunt for planets PLATO which is scheduled to launch in 2026. Then, Europe's Jupiter Icy Moon mission JUS.
The Data Handling System will be able to control the satellite, gather research information, and communicate via the ground.
To shield probes from heat and cold throughout their journeys through the year to distant planets as well as their operation-lifespan Beyond Gravity develops and produces custom thermal insulation that is of high-quality.