HEX20 collabore avec Laboratoire de Physique Atmosphérique et Spatiale (LASP – États-Unis), Centre universitaire national central de physique et de génie astronautique (UCN CAP – Taïwan), Laboratoire Atmosphères, Milieux, Observations spatiales (LATMOS – France), et SKYROOT Aérospatiale – L’Inde va lancer le COSPAR satellite, une réalisation remarquable dans le domaine de la technologie spatiale qui ouvrira la voie à de nouvelles possibilités de recherche. Cet effort de collaboration a été rendu possible grâce à la coordination et au soutien du Comité de recherche spatiale (COSPAR).

Le satellite COSPAR vise à étudier divers aspects de l’atmosphère terrestre, y compris la dynamique et la chimie atmosphériques, ainsi que les effets de la météo spatiale sur notre planète. Le satellite fournira également des données précieuses pour soutenir les prévisions météorologiques et la modélisation climatique. Avec ce projet, les équipes collaboratrices espèrent contribuer à l’avancement des connaissances scientifiques et de l’exploration.

"The expertise and resources of HEX20, LASP, NCU CAPE, LATMOS and SKYROOT have combined to make this project a reality. We are proud to be working together to contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge and exploration. The COSPAR Satellite is a remarkable achievement that will benefit researchers and scientists worldwide. This joint effort is a testament to the power of collaboration and demonstrates what can be achieved when experts from different fields work together."
Lloyd Lopez, HEX20 CEO
In 2021, we initiated a Task Group to develop a constellation of small satellites for space science missions dealing with the ionosphere, radiation belts or the Earth atmosphere, possibly extending in the future to solar system planetary missions. The aim for COSPAR is to act as a honest broker, to coordinate the programs and then distribute science data received from various payloads developed by partnering entities world-wide. I am extremely happy to see the first step of this ambitious venture materializing, through this joint project with HEX20, LASP, NCU CAPE, LATMOS and Skyroot.
Jean-Claude Worms, COSPAR Executive Director
Space is emerging as one of the fastest growing commercial sectors in Australia with unique advantages such as Australia’s physical location in the southern hemisphere, a strong platform for research training, and strong technical expertise.”
— Abdul Ekram, Austrade’s Trade and Investment Commissioner to India

About HEX20: HEX20 provides turnkey satellite mission solutions designed and delivered according to customer requirements. The modular and scalable buses can support missions for commercial and defence applications. Hex20 is currently working with its partners to build up sovereign capability within South Australia.

About LASP: LASP (Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics) is a research institution located at the University of Colorado Boulder, focused on advancing space science and technology through innovative research and education.

About NCU CAPE: NCU CAPE (National Central University Center for Astronautical Physics and Engineering) is a leading research center in Taiwan, dedicated to advancing the field of space science and technology. They conduct cutting-edge research, provide education and training, and collaborate with international partners to explore the frontiers of space.

About LATMOS: LATMOS (Laboratoire Atmosphères, Milieux, Observations Spatiales) is a leading research center in France, focused on understanding the Earth's atmosphere and its interactions with space. Their research covers a range of topics, including climate change, air quality, and planetary science, and they work in collaboration with partners across the globe.

About Skyroot Aerospace: Skyroot Aerospace is an Indian space technology company that designs and manufactures rocket engines and launch vehicles. They aim to make access to space affordable and sustainable by developing innovative technologies and solutions.

About COSPAR: The Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) is an international scientific organization dedicated to promoting and coordinating space research among nations. They facilitate international cooperation in space research, exchange information and ideas, and organize scientific meetings and conferences to advance the understanding of the Earth and the universe.