As part of the REXUS/BEXUS program, the next campaign is planned for March 10th, 2018. Two rockets, containing four experiment payloads each, will be launched from Esrange Space Center.
Insights about dust grains after flight with SubOrbital Express
The results might help scientists make nanoparticles with useful applications in more efficient and eco-friendly ways, for example within areas like solar energy, sensors, and nanomedicine.
The world watched the inauguration of Spaceport Esrange
On Friday 13th 2023, SSC inaugurated mainland EU’s first orbital launch site: Spaceport Esrange. Before the eyes of the whole world, the ribbon was cut by the Swedish Head of State, King Carl XVI Gustaf, the President of the European[...]
Mainland EU’s first orbital launch site inaugurated
After years of preparation and construction, mainland EU’s first orbital launch complex, Spaceport Esrange, was officially inaugurated today by the Swedish Head of State, King Carl XVI Gustaf, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and the[...]
Watch Spaceport Esrange inauguration live
Watch inauguration of Mainland Europe’s first satellite launch complex live on Friday, 13 January from 10.15 am (CET).
14 years of observing the boundary of our Solar System
A belated happy birthday to the Interstellar Boundary Explorer, IBEX. On October 19, this NASA mission celebrated its 14-year anniversary. Together with Northrop Grumman, SSC has been supporting the mission since the start, making it one of the longest still[...]
Inauguration of Mainland Europe’s first satellite launch complex
Inauguration by H.M the King of Sweden, the Swedish Prime Minister and the President of the EU Commission in January 2023: On 13 January 2023, the Swedish head of state, King Carl XVI Gustaf, together with European and Swedish political dignitaries[...]
Watch our film to get some highlights from our events and operations over the past year.
Debris and congestion – a future challenge in Space
Orbiting the Earth at high speed, a growing number of satellites and more than 130 million pieces of debris constitute a major challenge to future space activities. While thousands of new satellites will be needed in the coming years to[...]
SSC supports the ARTEMIS I mission
The whole world watched as the Artemis I mission successfully launched on 16 November. Swedish Space Corporation (SSC) is proud to support this historical mission – after years of preparation.
SSC at India top level seminar on space sustainability
Invited by the Swedish Embassy and Business Sweden, SSC participated in a Sweden – India top-level collaborative seminar last week on Sustainability in Outer Space’ – Opportunities for a Sweden-India space partnership.