Saarland UniversityHealth issues in connection to spaceflight
University of OxfordMIRMIS – The Modular Infrared Molecules and Ices Sensor for ESA’s Comet Interceptor
University of HelsinkiToward Sustainable Use of Space: Economic, Technological, and Legal Perspectives
University of ColoradoJanus: A NASA SIMPLEx mission to explore two NEO Binary Asteroids
Finnish Meteorological InstituteDetecting single ship plumes from TROPOMI NO2 data
EUMETSATMeteosat Third Generation (MTG): Status and outlook – use cases for Nordic countries?
The Finnish Satellite Workshop is the biggest New Space meeting in Finland, Scandinavia and the Baltic countries. It brings together space tech specialists, scientists and students to discuss current topics in a rapidly developing space field. The scope is set on New Space, small satellite missions, small satellite platform development, space science missions and instruments, Earth Observation and sustainable utilization of space, not forgetting also about collaboration and politics.
The event is arranged together with the Finnish Remote Sensing Club and it contains also Finnish Remote Sensing Days.
We also provide the possibility for companies to increase their visibility by sponsoring and presenting their products and services. Please register your company to the event.
The happening is free of charge for pre-registered participants.