Space Science

Technologies for space missions and ground-based astronomy demand the utmost opto-mechanical precision and stability. TNO delivers breakthrough opto-mechanical technologies that contribute to finding answers to the 'Cosmic Vision' questions.

TNO's multi-disciplinary design process means that our instruments can reflect extreme specifications imposed by hostile operating environments and ultra-high accuracy and stability.

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LISA mission passes successfully the Mission Definition Review

25 January 2018
The Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) will be the first space-based gravitational wave observatory scheduled for launch into space in 2034 as a mission the European Space Agency (ESA). LISA will... Read more
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Small satellite PEASSS takes big step in space technology

02 August 2017
Demand for compact, lightweight satellites that are cheap to produce is growing fast. Satellites the size of a carton of milk, or CubeSats as they are known, are now an integral part of the space industry.... Read more
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Metrology developed by TNO crucial in 1st data release of Gaia satellite

14 September 2016
On September 14th, ESA will release data that has been obtained during two years of the Gaia-mission. The goal of this mission is to compose a three dimensional map of our Galaxy containing information... Read more

Space & Scientific Instrumentation

mr. Matthew Maniscalco MSc, JD, LLM

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