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European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT)
  EUMETSAT is an intergovernmental organisation composed of 18 European member states among which Belgium and 5 cooperating states. Its primary objective is to establish, maintain and exploit European systems of operational meteorological satellites. EUMETSAT is responsible for the launch and operation of the satellites, for delivering satellite data to end-user and contributes to the operational monitoring of climate and the detection of global climate changes.
  This site exists in  FR EN
  
European Space Agency (ESA)
  ESA has 15 member states in Europe among which Belgium, plus Canada as a cooperating state. ESA is an intergovernmental organization which has the mission to perform and promote, for exclusively peaceful purposes, research and technology in space science technology. ESA is also active in Earth observation, telecommunications, launcher development, etc.
  This site exists in  EN
  
European Space Agency (ESA): Jobs
 
  This site exists in  EN
  
European Space Industry Directory (ESID)
  The European Space Industry Directory offers extensive information regarding the products and companies related to space in Europe.
  This site exists in  EN
  
Flemish Space Industrials (Vlaamse Ruimtevaart Industriëlen (VRI)
  VRI (Vlaamse Ruimtevaart Industriëlen - Flemish Space Industrials) groups together 23 Flemish companies and research centres involved in the aerospace field. The objective of this non-profit association is to develop synergies between companies and thus to facilitate the setting up of joint ventures.
  This site exists in NL EN
  
Groupe de Recherche en Electronique de Puissance pour Environnement Sévère (GREPES)
  GREPES groups several walloon entreprises and university and high schools labs that are active in the field of electrical engineering in the French speaking Community of Belgium.
  This site exists in  FR
  
PROBA2 Science Center
  PROBA2 is an ESA micro-satellite launched on November 2, 2009. The website of the PROBA2 Science Center, hosted at the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB/SIDC) is maintained by the science teams behind the solar observing instruments onboard: SWAP and LYRA.
  This site exists in  EN
  
Skywin
  Walloon competitivity pole for aerospace technology.
  This site exists in  FR
  
SPace ENVironment INformation System
  The SPENVIS system provides tools for analysis of the space environment and its effects. Environmental factors include the natural radiation belts, solar energetic particles, cosmic rays, plasmas, gases, and "micro-particles". SPENVIS makes it possible to calculate spacecraft trajectory or a coordinate grid. One can easily navigate between models, user input, graphical and textual results, and extensive help and background pages. The use of SPENVIS on this site is free of charge, but a user registration is required for accessing the system.
  This site exists in  FR
  
Space Pole
  Website of the Space Pole of the Belgian Science Policy Office. The Pole groups the Royal Observatory of Belgium, the Royal Meteorological Institute, the Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy and the planetarium of the Royal Observatory of Belgium.
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