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Radar satellite operator Iceye raised $87 million in a Series C round announced Sept. 22, boosting the Finnish startup’s total investment tally to $152 million. SpaceNews
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NASA used the release of a report on the Artemis program to seek full funding of the effort to return humans to the moon, warning that they had six months to secure its budget to keep a 2024 landing on schedule. SpaceNews
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The contract is to upgrade and expand the Ground-based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance System that track objects in geostationary orbits. SpaceNews
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Congress gave the Space Force “wide latitude to define their future." But Congress is impatient, Hyten cautioned. SpaceNews
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Arianespace and OneWeb on Sept. 21 announced a revised launch contract that covers OneWeb’s constellation deployment with three fewer launches than originally planned.  SpaceNews
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David Gauthier spoke with SpaceNews about the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency’s growing needs for commercial data and services. SpaceNews
Mon, 21 Sep 2020 14:07:16 +0000
BlackSky booked its satellites on a SpaceX rideshare launch because it was convenient and affordable, said BlackSky Chief Technology Officer Scott Herman. But the mission unwittingly became a demonstration of the type of nimble space services that the U.S. government is looking for. SpaceNews
Mon, 21 Sep 2020 11:20:05 +0000
NASA’s inspector general warned in a recent report that the agency’s planetary science division was taking “undue risk” in its current approach to a commercial lunar transportation program. SpaceNews
Mon, 21 Sep 2020 04:09:52 +0000
The U.S. Space Force acquires, operates and maintains a constellation of Advanced Extremely High Frequency satellites that are reserved for strategic, high-priority military missions, providing secure, jam-resistant communications. SpaceNews
Sun, 20 Sep 2020 19:35:29 +0000
A concern for the United States will be China’s diplomatic push to win over allies and challenge American leadership in space. SpaceNews
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A shift to remote working caused by the coronavirus pandemic has created new cybersecurity challenges for NASA, agency officials said at a Sept. 18 House hearing. SpaceNews
Fri, 18 Sep 2020 20:34:34 +0000
Launch startup PLD Space of Spain raised 7 million euros ($8.2 million) this week from Madrid-based investment bankers Arcano Partners to continue development of its Miura family of partially reusable rockets. SpaceNews
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A smallsat mission to study the atmosphere of Mars is looking for a new ride after being removed as a secondary payload on the launch of a NASA asteroid mission. SpaceNews
Fri, 18 Sep 2020 14:45:58 +0000
New Space has for the last decade challenged the established design rules for spacecraft, and proved that is it possible to design and launch small spacecrafts at a fraction of the cost of traditional designs. OneWeb being one of the pioneers challenging the established supplier base using new thinking to drive down the cost and […] SpaceNews
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As a new venture proposes to send the winner of a reality show to the International Space Station, some investors see a stronger business case for a future commercial space station. SpaceNews
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     Date Submitted:07-05-2013
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     Current job:Intern in Spacecraft Thermal Control at E-USOC
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     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsElectronic design FEM analysis Thermal analysis
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    WORK EXPERIENCE


    June 2013 – Present
    Internship in Spacecraft Thermal Control at E-USOC            Madrid


    • Design of the Thermal Control Subsystem of a QB50 nanosatellite (project led by the Von Karman Institute)
    • Review of technical documentation from nanosatellite subsystems and payloads related to the Thermal Control Subsystem
    • Provision of detailed thermal analysis, including construction of thermal models using ESATAN-TMS
    • Generation of technical documentation relating to the design, analysis and testing of the Thermal Control Subsystem
    • Creation and maintenance of a complete CAD model of the nanosatellite using CATIA V5 and Solid Edge


    ACADEMIC BACKGROUND


    September 2005 -November 2012


    MSc. in Aeronautical Engineering Madrid
    • ETSI Aeronáuticos – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
    • Major: Space vehicles
    • Average grade: 6.91/10
    • Subjects
    o Fluid mechanics
    o Orbital mechanics
    o Aerospace structures
    o Aerodynamics
    o Composite materials
    o Vibrations
    o Space vehicles and missiles
    o Electronics


    November 2011 –November 2012
    Final year project            Madrid


    • Title: Nanosatellite demonstrator design, focusing on the Electrical Power Subsystem
    • Abstract: Study, design, building and testing of the Electrical Power Subsystem of a fully operational nanosatellite prototype, carried out in collaboration with E-USOC staff. During this project, a valuable experience in systems engineering was earned, also getting used to teamwork and periodic meetings.
    • Grade: 9.5/10

     


    FURTHER TRAINING


    September 2013 – January 2014
    German course from B1.3 to B1.4 Madrid
    • Organization: Goethe-Institut
    • Currently studying B1.4 level
    • Duration: 72 hours


    April 2013
    Design for Airframe Manufacture Madrid
    • Organization: EADS – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
    • Study of aircraft life cycle, product performance, robust and cost effective design, design principles and effect of defects.
    • Duration: 12 hours


    February 2013 – March 2013
    Aerospace structural analysis using FEM (Abaqus) Getafe
    • Organization: CT Formación
    • The entire course is dedicated towards the use of Abaqus for the aerospace industry, specifically structure calculations for skins, ribs and stringers.
    • Duration: 100 hours


    October 2012 – January 2013
    German intensive course from A1.1 to B1.2 Madrid
    • Organization: Goethe-Institut
    • 4 hours-a-day course, focused on learning German as fast as possible.
    • Duration: 216 hours


    LANGUAGES


    • Spanish Mother Tongue
    • English Certificate in Advanced English (C1) –
    University of Cambridge (July 2013)
    • German Medium (B1)
    • French Basic (A1-A2)


    COMPUTER AND TECHNICAL SKILLS


    • Graphic design Solid Edge, CATIA V5
    • Finite element method Abaqus, Nastran/Patran
    • Computational fluid dynamics Fluent, Gambit
    • Thermal analysis ESATAN-TMS Workbench, ThermNV
    • Mission modelling Satellite Tool Kit
    • Programming languages Fortran, MATLAB, Visual Basic, Python
    • Electronic design LTSpice, Eagle PCB


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    • Car driving license
    • Aptitude for teamwork and project presentations
    • Ability to learn and adapt
    • Great problem solving skills


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