Augsburg, February 09, 2017. MT Aerospace AG, a member of the European space and technology group OHB SE (ISIN: DE0005936124, Prime Standard), has been awarded further contracts by US space technology group Boeing for additional development work on the Space Launch System (SLS).
MT Mechatronics GmbH, Mainz (MTM, a subsidiary of MT Aerospace AG in Augsburg) has today successfully completed the first project review of the mechanical systems for the launching facilities for the new ARIANE 6. The contract had been awarded by the French space agency CNES on October 7, 2016 via the parent company MT Aerospace AG.
MT Mechatronics and Max Planck Institute to collaborate on the large-scale radio telescope project SKA
Mainz/Bonn, 15 December 2016. The Mainz-based telescope and antenna specialist MT Mechatronics GmbH (MTM, a subsidiary of OHB SE, Prime Standard, ISIN DE0005936124) and Bonn's Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy (MPIfR) today signed an agreement to build a prototype antenna together for the radio telescope project SKA that is currently in development.
Paris/Augsburg. MT Aerospace, a subsidiary of listed technology group OHB SE (Prime Standard, ISIN: DE0005936124), and the French space agency CNES signed a contract on Friday, October 7th, about the realization of the launch facilities for ARIANE 6 at Centre Spatial Guyanais in Kourou, French-Guiana.
Chilean-based MT Mecatronica SpA, a subsidiary of OHB SE (Prime Standard, ISIN DE0005936124) has once again won the international tender for the provision of maintenance and engineering-support services to European Southern Observatory's Paranal astronomical observatory.
Augsburg, February 16, 2015. The European Space Agency’s Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle (IXV) last Wednesday successfully performed a precisely executed re-entry test flight and splashdown in the Pacific Ocean.
- New tank design holds almost twice as much fuel as the ARIANE 5 ECA
- New production technologies improve efficiency
Key components manufactured by MT Aerospace
- New tank design will hold twice the propellant mass compared to today’s ARIANE 5 ECA
- New manufacturing technologies to improve production efficiency
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