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Luxembourg Space Cluster

The Luxembourg Space Cluster brings together renowned and highly specialised companies and public research organisations in order to develop specific technology topics as well as collaborative RDI projects. The Luxembourg Space Cluster focuses on the following thematic areas: Space telecommunications, Global Navigation Satellite System and Location based Applications, Earth observation, Maritime security and safety, Space related technologies. 

Official member of the European Space Agency (ESA) since 2005, Luxembourg provides excellent financial, operational and intellectual support and infrastructures in order to help Luxembourg-based companies and research organisations gain access to innovation within the space sector. 



  • 16-04-2014 Luxembourg selected to receive expert support for developing mobile and mobility services

    Following a successful expression of interest submitted by Luxinnovation, Luxembourg has been selected as one of three European regions to receive expert support from the European Mobile and Mobility Industries Alliance to develop new, innovative services based on Earth monitoring and satellite navigation data.

  • 03-04-2014 Rencontres spatiales entre la Pologne et le Luxembourg

    Avec plus de 65 participants issus du secteur spatial polonais et luxembourgeois, la journée de rencontres industrielles entre les deux pays a remporté le succès escompté. L’événement, qui se tenait le 27 mars dernier à l’Abbaye de Neumünster, était organisé par le Luxembourg Space Cluster en étroite collaboration avec le Ministère de l’Economie, l’Ambassade de Pologne au Luxembourg, le Ministère de l’Economie Polonais et l’Agence Polonaise pour le Développement des Entreprises (PARP). 

  • 11-03-2014 Alpbach Summer School 2014: Call for applications

    Held annually since 1975, the Alpbach Summer School has a long tradition of providing in-depth teaching on aspects of space science and space technology for European graduates, post-graduate students, young scientists and engineers. The theme of the 2014 edition is "Space Missions for Geophysics of the Terrestrial Planets". Interested participants can apply until 31 March 2014.