20 Sep: Plan-S signs contract with ENPULSION to procure electric propulsion systems for CONNECTA IoT Constellation

Plan-S, one of the largest private initiatives in the satellite and space technologies industry in Türkiye, has signed a contract with ENPULSION to supply their CONNECTA IoT constellation with electric propulsion systems. The ENPULSION NANO propulsion system, close to 200 of its units already in space, combines heritage with an ideal design for small and very small spacecraft.

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06 Sep: ENPULSION delivers compact electric propulsion systems to The Aerospace Corporation

Four ENPULSION NANO propulsion systems were shipped to The Aerospace Corporation (Aerospace) for their DiskSat demonstration mission which is expected to be ready to fly by the end of 2024. DiskSat’s alternative approach to the CubeSat combines the benefits of a containerized launch with large surface areas that can be dedicated to power generation, antennas, and/or instruments needing exposure to space.

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29 Aug: Space Inventor and ENPULSION successfully positioned the world’s first nanosatellite in GEO

On May 1st, GS-1 by Gravity Space, the world’s first nanosatellite destined for geostationary orbit, was launched on board a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket. Mid July it reached another important milestone: commissioning of the spacecraft was successfully completed and the satellite was sent on its way to its final orbit in GEO, which it successfully reached last week by utilizing three of ENPULSION’s NANO AR³ propulsion systems.


13 Dec: 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.