We are launching our own telescopes into space to continuously monitor active satellites and space debris, from low-Earth to Geostationary orbit (LEO to GEO). Carrying such highly sensitive instruments on our satellites enables us to observe the vast majority of objects up to 30 times a day.
Our operational telescope network offers dedicated tracking capabilities, allowing us to quickly react to events of interest. We enhance transparency in terms of when the next observation will come through and how it affects the orbit solution's uncertainty.
Our powerful telescopes enable us to regularly detect previously uncatalogued objects. We maintain our own catalogue of space objects, underpinning our space safety and domain awareness services.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Hence, we invite you to visualise your own constellation:
Whenever an object crosses the field of view under the right lighting conditions, it counts as observed and turns pink.