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Tuesday, February 2 • 09:40 - 10:00
Air Liquide Cryogenics and Gas Management for Small Satellite Applications

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Earth observation platforms may be equipped with infrared imaging/sensing capabilities requiring cryogenic cooling of their detectors. Whilst, observations in the SWIR domain may only require passive cooling, observations at longer wavelengths will need detectors to be actively cooled in the 40-150 Kelvin temperature range;

Electric Propulsion is a major breakthrough in platform architecture and is now used for all range of satellites, from scientific missions to telecom bus, from nano-satellites to 6 tons platforms, from one time project to constellations. Electric propulsion uses mainly xenon as propellant; other gases like krypton may also be used. 

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Adam Keith

Affiliate Principal Advisor, Euroconsult
Adam Keith is a Principal Advisor at Euroconsult based in Montreal, Canada. In his 20 years working in the space sector, Adam has advised a wide range of clients including space agencies, government organizations and commercial actors along the value chain.Adam held various positions... Read More →

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Yan Pennec

Scientific Expert and Business Developer., Air Liquide



Tuesday February 2, 2016 09:40 - 10:00
Champagne Ballroom 45 The Esplanade, Toronto, ON M5E 1W2

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