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10553, Reuchlinstraße 10
Berlin, Germany
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Environmental Testing
to get you on board

We offer our customers support with test campaign planning and testing at a certified test facility in Berlin. Save costs and accelerate your mission schedule by delegating these services to us.

Testing

Our expertise

Profit from our years of hands-on experience in environmental testing for small satellites. Our expertise is built on our close collaboration with international launch providers and from undertaking numerous test campaigns for our own hardware and our customer's satellites. We create the optimal test plan for your satellite while considering your spacecraft design, mission conditions and target orbit parameters. Loads and durations can target a particular launch vehicle, or can envelope multiple launchers for maximum flexibility.

EnvTests

Profit from our years of hands-on experience in environmental testing for small satellites. Our expertise is built on our close collaboration with international launch providers and from undertaking numerous test campaigns for our own hardware and our customer's satellites. We create the optimal test plan for your satellite while considering your spacecraft design, mission conditions and target orbit parameters. Loads and durations can target a particular launch vehicle, or can envelope multiple launchers for maximum flexibility.

EXOLAUNCH

Environmental tests profiles and types:

Vibration and shock testing

We provide a full range of mechanical testing to cover the qualification, proto-flight or acceptance requirements of all launch vehicles.

Thermal and vacuum testing

Thermal cycling and thermal vacuum testing is available to meet your mission requirements. Whether testing survivability limits or simply performing a vacuum bake-out, we can perform the tests that fit your needs.

Qualification and Acceptance tests

Qualification of your design based on the composed mechanical loads in order to meet the requirements of most common launch vehicles. Tailored acceptance testing profiles of your flight models to the launch vehicle of your choice, ensuring the function of your spacecraft while increasing confidence in its reliability.

Test profiles design

We offer support to develop individual specifications for mission tailored test profiles with optimized loads and durations. Inclusive our acceptance guarantee of the test profiles by the launch authority.

Adapters & additional hardware

We offer TestPods and other test fixtures with the test interfaces identical to the launch vehicle interfaces, ensuring the validity of all test results.

Hight quality process management - Made in Germany

ASTM D4169, ASTM D4332, ASTM D4728, ASTM D999, DIN EN 60068-2 (-1,-6,-14,-27,-30,-57,-78), DIN EN 60255, DIN EN 61373, DIN EN 50155, DIN EN ISO (2233, -2247), DNV GL, ISTA Series, ISO 2669, MIL-STD-810, RTCA-DO160, VW 80000

Test profiles for most used launch vehicles:

Falcon 9 (USA)

Mechanical Testing Profile: SmallSats

Soyuz-2 (Russia)

Mechanical Testing Profile: SmallSats

PSLV (India)

Mechanical Testing Profile: SmallSats

Related Products

Testpods

Test PODs

3U, 6U/8U, 12/16U test POD adapters

TestPods provide the same interfaces as the EXOpods, creating a realistic launch environment and ensuring the validity of tests. TestPods can be used for any size CubeSat and can easily be mounted on any shaker table.

Our Customers

News

Exolaunch to Deliver the NetSat constellation into Orbit for Würzburg Center for Telematics

Exolaunch
September, 2020

The Würzburg Center for Telematics announces a launch agreement with Exolaunch to deliver the NetSat satellite formation into orbit on Soyuz-2 scheduled for September 28th, 2020.

Exolaunch to Deliver SALSAT into Orbit for the Technische Universität Berlin

Exolaunch
September, 2020

The Technische Universität Berlin announces a launch agreement with Exolaunch to deliver the SALSAT nanosatellite into orbit on a Soyuz-2 in late September 2020.

Exolaunch to Deliver Kepler’s Next-Generation Satellites into Orbit

RFA
August, 2020

Kepler signs a launch agreement with Exolaunch to deliver the first two of its next-generation satellites into orbit on Soyuz in September 2020.

Exolaunch and Glavkosmos announce Soyuz launch campaign for 15 small satellites

RFA
August, 2020

Exolaunch’s small satellite cluster of 15 microsatellites and cubesats “Wanderlust, Desire To Travel”, will launch on Soyuz as soon as September 2020.