The Luxembourg Space Cluster fosters innovation, business development and cross-sector cooperation through its ardent support of Luxembourg’s burgeoning space sector.

It encourages collaborative R&D and innovation projects in a number of technological and societal focus areas, such as:

  • Space telecommunications
  • Space related technologies
  • Environment monitoring
  • Location based services
  • Maritime security and safety

The Luxembourg Space Cluster works towards raising the visibility of Luxembourg’s space capabilities internationally and promoting synergies and cooperation at a national and international level through collaborative research, development and innovation projects.

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Former Director of Partnerships at NASA Ames Joins the Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy

14-11-2017

The Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy today announced that Mr. Gary Martin, former Director of Partnerships at NASA Ames, recently joined its Space Affairs Department. As an independent advisor, Gary...
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The space industry is now 2% of Luxembourg’s GDP

13-11-2017

Luxembourg now generates nearly 2 percent of its annual gross domestic product from the space industry, according to Deputy Prime Minister Etienne Schneider. 
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ESA Kick-start Competition on Commercial Climate Services

31-10-2017

The European Space Agency (ESA) is offering support to companies to assess the viability of commercial space-based services in response to climate change to meet the demands of particular user communities.

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US and Luxembourg frame laws for new space race

24-10-2017

Luxembourg became the first European country that officially allows space resources to be “appropriated” by commercial groups based in the country.
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21 November 2017

SPACE week 2017

Rome (IT)

Established in 2013 with the aim of promoting opportunities offered by the European Commission under the space Horizon 2020 programme, the 3rd edition of the SPACE Week 2017 will aim to provide new opportunities and competitive advantages in science and technology for the participants. Read more

21 November 2017

Space Engineering and Technology Final Presentation Days

Noordwijk (Pays-Bas)

The Space Engineering and Technology Final Presentation Days are an event for European Industry and ESA technical experts to showcase their work in developing advanced technology for Space missions Read more

28 November 2017

1st GALILEO USER ASSEMBLY

Torrejón de Ardoz - Madrid (Spain)

One year after the launch of Galileo Initial Services, the 1st Annual Galileo User Assembly will take place in Madrid on November 28-29. Read more

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