Space situational awareness startup Aldoria: 6 ground stations now, 6 more by 2025, anticipating EU moves

by Peter B. de Selding

UPDATE Feb. 21: Aldoria signed a 3-month agreement with satellite fleet operator SES to provide conjunction data messages to identify collision risks for SES's satellites.

BRUSSELS — European Union governments appear determined to bolster their space surveillance/space domain awareness capability.

A rising tide of interest in defense and security autonomy is expected to see the European Commission propose a big increase in the budget for what it calls its EU Space Surveillance and Tracking (EU SST) service starting in 2028. Today’s budget . . .

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