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Launching 144 FEEP propulsion systems – on orbit data and lessons learnt

A recent peer reviewed journal paper published in the Journal of Electric Propulsion shows that, while many other successful propulsion companies talk about “units sold”, ENPULSION has reached an entirely different level of creating value for its customers by having 144 propulsion systems in space by the end of 2022.

ENPULSION’s NEO thruster successfully passed Preliminary Design Review (PDR) with ESA

ENPULSION has reached another important milestone in the development of its next generation of thrusters and the new age of in-space mobility. The NEO thruster has successfully passed the Preliminary Design Review (PDR) with ESA. The NEO propulsion system is a new class of electric propulsion, scaling Field Emission Electric Propulsion (FEEP) technology to the kilowatt range. The new satellite thruster builds on the extensive heritage of the ENPULSION thruster family.

BREAKING: ENPULSION joined the Net Zero Space Initiative last week! 🌠

Launched at the Forum de Paris sur la Paix last year, the Net Zero Space Initiative is a multi-stakeholder platform calling to achieve sustainable use of outer space by 2030 by taking concrete actions to mitigate the generation of new orbital debris and remediate existing ones. It especially aims at raising awareness at a political level and in the public at large to better protect Earth’s orbital environment and foster interoperable norms in this regard.

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ANNOUNCEMENT: ENPULSION settles down in Toulouse, la ville rose!

As a result of our rapid growth and our ever growing customer base, we are thrilled to announce the opening of our brand-new Customer Satisfaction Center at the heart of the French space industry and in the capital of the beautiful Occitanie region, Toulouse! This new branch will serve as a Competence Center with a specific focus on spacecraft integration to facilitate customer services and enhance our innovation capacity through strategic partnerships with French stakeholders, such as CNRS – Centre national de la recherche scientifique.