MARTINLARA

Millimeter wave Array at Room Temperature for INstruments in LEO Altitude Radio Astronom

About MARTINLARA

Millimeter wave Array at Room Temperature for INstruments in LEO Altitude Radio Astronomy (MARTINLARA- S2018/NMT-4333) develops a space mission for in-orbit demonstrations, integrating nanosatellites technologies for space use in radiostronomy, Earth observation, space photonics and electric space propulsion.

MARTINLARA Mission

MARTINLARA mission will be the first satelite launched by Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. 

It will enable to run observations of the Cosmological Microwave Background (CMB), as well as Earth observation to monitor the magnetic South Pole and applications for climate change forecasting.

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In-depth research into the physics of a new type of plasma rockets for space missions and revolutionising their design. This is the aim of ZARATHUSTRA, a European ERC Starting Grant research project at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) that aims to develop a new aerospace technology and whose results could also be applied in other fields,...

Thank you for your interest in the secpho's diving session "New Space, a new environment for deep tech" that we celebrated on 16 March 2021.During the webinar, Alter Technology described their vision of quality in the New Space, while ALBA Synchrotron explained how they are driving innovation in the sector. IMASENIC presented its customised...

The Consortium

MARTINLARA is developed by a wide consortium including 3 public universities of the Madrid Community, namely Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid and Universidad Complutense de Madrid, along with 3 research centers: Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial Esteban Terrada (INTA), Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (IAC) and Centro Astronomico de Yebes. 

In addition, researchers are working in strict cooperation with industries, involving in the consortium the following companies: AIRBUS DS, ATN and SENER

The project is co-financed by: