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

Space & Scientific Instrumentation

mr. Matthew Maniscalco MSc, JD, LLM

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