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Vision

Our vision is to bring next generation of space exploration closer to reality. Standardising production and scaling products to work on a vast range of satellites ensures similar mission possibilities for different bus designs for orbit and even beyond it.

Mission

Aurora Propulsion Technologies’ mission is to ensure clean and debris free space, whilst prolonging the useful lifespan of satellites reducing the need to renew satellites as often as before. 

Our long-term mission goal is to restart deep space exploration with probes using revolutionary means of propulsion, an electric sail.

Interested? Our FAQ section can be found here

Frequently Asked Questions

 
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Why Space, Why Now, Why Aurora?

Space industry is currently undergoing massive revolution similarly to Industry 4.0. Space has never been more accessible as now. A boom of new technologies alongside decreased launch costs makes modern satellites more effective, more useful and easier to launch. We at Aurora are working hard to make propulsion and active deorbiting accessible for all spacecraft sizing from CubeSats to small satellites. This helps to keep the space around us more debris free whilst giving highly important feature for the satellites, better controllability, by making attitude and orbital changes possible for even the smallest CubeSats.

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Meet Us

Conferences are great for meeting new business partners, investors, innovative solutions and like-minded colleagues. Come and visit us as Aurora will be present at:

  • Innovation Leaders Summit, Tokyo, Oct 28-30. 2019,
  • Teknologia 19, Helsinki, Nov 7. 2019,
  • Space Tech Expo, Bremen, Nov 19-21. 2019,
  • Slush, Helsinki, Nov 21-22. 2019,
  • EU Space Week, Helsinki, Dec 3-5. 2019,
  • Finnish Satellite Workshop, Espoo, Jan 20-22.1. 2020,
  • Smallsat Symposium, San Francisco, Feb 2-5. 2020,
  • 4S Symposium, Vilamoura, May 25-29. 2020.
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