This event highlighted the prospects of cryogenics for future Earth observation missions.
During this 8th edition, our teams presented 4 topics linked to current projects of the European Space Agency – ESA:
- Vibration-free Turbo-Brayton 40-80K cryocooler.
- Development of a compact, highly efficient heat exchanger for an inverted Turbo-Brayton cooler.
- Development of CRYASSY, a compact, cost-effective cryogenic assembly for infrared instruments.
- Overview of Absolut System thermal bonding assemblies developed for Earth observation instruments.
And two subjects in partnership with Thalès:
- Design and testing of a miniature low-noise high-frequency pulse tube cooler.
- LPT6510 flight qualification status
This workshop once again confirmed Absolut System as a key player in space projects.
Thanks to all! Elias Rehayem, Matthieu Dalban Canassy, Adina Ungureanu, Jérémy Berindei, Alexandre Godet, Thomas Hurot, Pierre Renaud, Abdeslam Bouakka-Manesse, Julien Tanchon, Thierry Trollier, Roel Arts