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DECA about to land on Mars ...
DECA about to land on Mars ... ExoMars 2016 is a joint mission between the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos). On March 14th 2016, it was launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazachstan on a Russian Proton Launcher. After a journey of 7 months and 500 million kilometer, the TGO spacecraft, carrying the science instruments and the Schiaparelli lander, had the Red Planet Mars in their sights. On October 16th, 2016, the ExoMars2016 mission entered a critical phase: the separation of the spacecraft (TGO / Schiaparelli) and preparation for landing on Mars. Read more
Introducing the EOPTRIS 360
Introducing the EOPTRIS 360 OIP Sensor Systems is proud to officially announce the new evolution of the well-known EOPTRIS product range, the EOPTRIS 360, which is a multi-purpose stabilized sight, with accurate dual-axis gyro stabilization platform equipped with wide range of advanced sensor array to provide 24 hours observation and surveillance capabilities Read more
NOMAD & DECA travel as first class passengers to Mars
NOMAD & DECA travel as first class passengers to Mars OIP is proud to announce today's successful launch of two instruments, the NOMAD spectrometer and the DECA camera,
onboard the ExoMars 2016 mission from Baikonur Cosmodrome, Baikonur, Kazakhstan.
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DECA 'looking forward' to set foot on Mars
DECA 'looking forward' to set foot on Mars For the first time since that start of the Space Activities in OIP Sensor Systems, hardware fully developed by OIP
will set ‘foot’ on a non-terrestrial surface, i.e. the surface of Mars!
So far, approximately 10 ton of terrestrial hardware is ‘resting’ on Mars. From October 2016 onwards 600kg will be added by the Schiaparelli,
Exomars’ Entry, Descent & Landing Demonstration Module, from which 616g were prepared in the OIP cleanrooms.
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