Thales Alenia Space Poland Ltd.
tel.: +48 22 639 52 25
Thales Alenia Space is a joint venture between Thales (67%) and Finmeccanica (33%).
For more than 40 years now, Thales Alenia Space has designed, integrated, tested, operated and delivered innovative space systems. Our cutting-edge products and services meet the needs of commercial and government customers from around the world, spanning the space, defense, science and security markets. Thales Alenia Space’s satellites and payloads are recognized worldwide as benchmarks in delivering communications and navigation services, monitoring our environment and the oceans, better understanding climate change and supporting scientific research. Today, Thales Alenia Space is one of the main suppliers to the International Space Station, and a pivotal player in systems to explore our Universe.
Along with Telespazio, Thales Alenia Space forms the Space Alliance, which offers a complete range of solutions and services.
Because of our unrivaled expertise in dual (civil-military) missions, constellations, flexible payloads, altimetry, meteorology and high-resolution radar and optical observation, Thales Alenia Space is the natural partner to countries that want to expand their space program.
Thales Alenia Space logged consolidated sales exceeding 2,4 billion euros in 2016, and has some 8000 employees in 9 countries.
SCIENCE AND SPACE EXPLORATION:
Thales Alenia Space has always played an integral role in these hugely successful science and exploration programs. We also played a lead role in the recent Rosetta-Philae comet landing mission, in particular taking charge of the assembly, integration and testing of the Rosetta probe, as well as Europe's Bepi-Colombo mission to explore the planet Mercury. In 2015, Thales Alenia Space is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Cassini-Huygens mission, including the landing on Saturn's largest moon, Titan, by the Huygens probe, built by Thales Alenia Space as prime contractor. Our next scientific challenge is the European program Euclid, designed to help further our understanding of dark matter. The company is also a prime contractor on the ExoMars mission, which aims to study the Martian environment, atmosphere and soil. This mission will generate a mother lode of data, feeding researchers for many years to come. For the 2016 mission, Thales Alenia Space is in charge of designing the reentry module and designing and integrating the orbital module. On the 2018 mission, the French-Italian joint venture is in charge of developing the navigation and guidance system for the orbital and descent modules, as well as designing the Martian rover and building the analysis lab carried by the rover. This lab features a perforator, capable of drilling two meters deep into the Martian soil and removing samples.