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The Space Operations Course describes the end-to-end satellite and ground system engineering, the mission control center with mission planning, flight dynamics, as well as LEOP and rockets propulsion.
The Program covers both the Technical and Managerial aspects of a Space Mission. From effective knowledge of System Operations Engineer and Project Management, to the understanding of systems and sub-systems of Ground, satellites, and Space Segments.
This course is designed to provide you with the knowledge to support satellite operations, including preparation phase, LEOP, AIT till operations and deorbiting. Challenge yourself with the design of your own mission, chose your space segment and setup your ground segment.
Space operations course focus on satellites, ground segments, LEOP, propulsion systems, and rockets. Design your mission with all its elements
The Space Operations Course offers students a comprehensive understanding of the technical aspects of mission operations. With this program, the student experience all the phases, from operations preparation, to LEOP and Satellites.
Experience real challenges explained by experienced leaders across a variety of industries, develop Space Operations and mission planning intuition through learning exercise
Space Missions are ever-changing, with increasingly sophisticated aplications , companies and agencies, require innovative, qualified experts to support their space missions.
Benefits of the Space Operations course:
- Certificate of completion by the Space Economy Academy
- Documentation Free to download
- Possibility to request a one-to-one mentoring
- Free access to future updates for both content and documentation
- Learn from experienced leaders from the Space Industry and Forbes List Makers
- Get exposed to real operational challenges
- Improve critical-thinking skills and take a problem-solver approach
Dr. Matteo Laterza is Vicepresident at Aliena, a leading Singapore-based space-tech company, aiming at providing high-resolution data to terrestrial businesses by enabling a fleet of imaging satellites to fly closer to the Earth using their proprietary electric propulsion engines. Before moving to Singapore, he was Senior Researcher at Technion’s Aerospace Plasma Laboratory, in Israel, where he specialized in propulsion systems aimed at the CubeSat market.