Airbus to Deliver Radar Instrument to Thales Alenia Space
By Kim Richters
Airbus SE said Thursday that it received a contract from
satellite maker Thales Alenia Space to build and deliver a radar
The European plane maker said its Airbus Defence and Space unit,
based in Friedrichshafen, Germany, will lead a consortium of
companies to work on the project.
The contract is worth around 190 million euros ($229.5 million),
Airbus said, and the radar instrument will be used for the new
Copernicus ROSE-L mission.
Thales Alenia Space is a joint venture between French
aerospace-and-defense company Thales SA and Italian aerospace and
defense company Leonardo SpA.
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