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A free satellite imagery visualization tool – EO Browser – provides immediate and full resolution insight into all European Space Agency (ESA) optical missions’ data – more than 30 years of data in Europe and several years of worldwide coverage. It was developed in close cooperation with ESA and launched at the World Cover conference on March 16, 2017.

Explore a complete archive of Sentinel-2, Sentinel-3, ESA’s archive of Landsat 5, 7 and 8, global coverage of Landsat-8, and Proba-V products in one place. Many remarkable features such as comparison of data to easily identify changes, various visualization options (true color, false color, NDVI, etc.), custom band combinations and even some data processing mechanisms, allowing users to run classification scripts are available for registered users.

 

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Launch of first high-performance microsatellite of its kind produced and assembled in Luxembourg

03-09-2020

The ESAIL microsatellite for tracking ships worldwide was launched on 2 September 2020. ESAIL is the first satellite of its kind produced and assembled in Luxembourg by LuxSpace, involving a large number of European small and medium-sized enterprises.
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Using space power technology for clean energy on Earth

06-07-2020

Maana Electric has developed a revolutionary technology for producing solar panels from sand. Attracted to Luxembourg by the country’s drive to support the new space sector, the start-up is developing a cost-effective and clean way of producing solar energy that can be used on Earth as well as in space.
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Combining technology and insurance for a better life

28-04-2020

A graduate of Luxembourg’s start-up acceleration programme Fit 4 Start, OKO combines satellite data and mobile phone technology to provide affordable and accessible crop insurance to farmers in Africa. An innovative business model that promotes both climate resilience and financial inclusion.
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Business Partnership Facility

03-03-2020

Update on the event held on Friday 28th February at the Chamber of Commerce and close of call for applications on 8th May 2020.
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University and start-up to work on in-orbit satellite repairs

18-02-2020

The University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) signed a partnership agreement with the space start-up LIFT ME OFF. The cooperation provides crucial research support for tackling future needs of autonomous in-orbit satellite repairs.
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