From Moon to Mars: The Future of European Space

In simple terms: Why we are here

  1. The European new space ecosystem is young and expanding rapidly
  2. Up-to-date, high quality information on institutions and companies is rare
  3. We provide in-depth research and information to help accelerate the development of European new-space

You will find in-depth insights into European space companies, organizations and institutions to help you understand, compare and make better decisions. Our research connects facts and figures with the people and places that are at the forefront of European new space. The guiding principle behind our work, just as we hope will be the principle behind every NewSpace company:

“For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations, for nature cannot be fooled”

Richard Feynman

Interested in NewSpace?

We’ve just launched in January 2023 and are looking for space enthusiasts, analysts and writers to expand people’s awareness of NewSpace and provide valuable insights for beginners and professionals alike.

Contact us via at mail@moontomars.space, find us on Twitter or LinkedIn if you want to join the team!

Explore our interactive and expanding map of European New Space

Most recent articles and reviews of European NewSpace companies

  • PLD Space
    PLD Space is a Spanish NewSpace company building the MIURA rockets. It was established in 2011 with the goal of providing the first commercial launch services for Spain and from Spain.
  • Rocket Factory Augsburg
    Rocket Factory Augsburg (RFA) is a new space company established in 2018. RFA is well funded and aims to beat competitors on cadence and pricing. The company plans to offer payloads of up to 1,300 kg at a cost of $3,000 to $4,000 per kg.
  • Space Hub Sutherland
    The Space Hub Sutherland is a government project by the HIE, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, to develop a launch site in northern Scotland. It is one of two spaceports being developed in Scotland, the other one being SaxaVord Spaceport.
  • SaxaVord Spaceport
    SaxaVord Spaceport, located in the Shetland Islands all the way in Northern Scotland, will be the largest orbital spaceport in the UK and possibly in Europe. Founded in 2018 as one of the primary contenders of the UK’s space initiative, SaxaVord is building a massive facility with launch pads for orbital rockets, a satellite tracking station, housing for crew and tourists, and even reviving an old airport.
  • Isar Aerospace Technologies
    Isar Aerospace is a German aerospace company that has recently raised 180 million in funding, positioning it as one of Europe’s most well-funded launch startups. The company is currently focused on developing its Spectrum rocket, a two-stage liquid-fuel rocket designed to launch payloads of up to 1,000 kilograms into orbit.

Full Overview: All articles and reports

🚀 Rocket and New Space Companies

🇩🇪 Germany

🇫🇷 FRANCE

🇪🇸 Spain
🇬🇧 United Kingdom
  • Review and Analysis of Skyrora
  • Review and Analysis of Orbex

🛫 Spaceports and launch sites

European Rocket Companies

Europe is home to several leading rocket companies, and that does not just include Arianespace. Isar Aerospace, Rocket Factory Augsburg or Skyrora – these companies are at the forefront of space exploration and utilization and will play a crucial role in Europe’s efforts to become a major player in the global space industry.

moontomars will show you the different strategies, roles and functions Europe’s rocket companies are using to achieve their goals of furthering space exploration.

Rocket Factory Augsburg Rocket Engine Firing

Andoya Space Launch Seen From Above

Space Ports and Launch Sites

Launch sites are incredibly exciting places. Waching a rocket launch is a truly awe-inspring experience and the energy at a launch site is palpable. The sheer size and power of the rocket, the precision and complexity of the launch operations, and the incredible technology involved ll combine to create an unforgetable experience.

Additionally, many launch sites are located in beautiful, remote locations that offer stunning views and a sense of adventure. Whether you’re a space enthusiast or just curious about what goes on at a launch site, moontomars is here to tell you about Europe’s former, current and future space ports.


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