Space Structures GmbH

Booth number D6A

www.spacestructures.de

Space Structures GmbH is a privately owned, independent company, that specialises in turnkey structures solutions for space applications.

About us

Space Structures GmbH is a privately owned, independent company, that specialises in turnkey structures solutions for space applications.

We work with all materials and manufacturing technologies.

Typical structural elements that are the main building blocks are sandwich panels and struts.

We are involved in the following applications:

  • human spaceflight (e.g. structures for the Lunar Gateway station)

  • launcher and satellites structures (e.g. satellite primary structures, tank supports)

  • structures for Rideshare launches on SpaceX Falcon9

  • housings for electronic equipment

  • structures for major science instruments and payloads, especially optics

Our missions span from LEO all the way to intercepting comets far out in the solar system.

Address
Space Structures GmbH
Fanny-Zobel-Str. 11
12435 Berlin
Germany

Phone: +49 30 814549700
Internet: www.spacestructures.de

Contact person

André Chripunow
Proposal and Project Manager
Benjamin Braun
Managing director
Yuliya Kuleshova
Business Development & Client Relationship Manager

Products and Services

We offer turnkey structure hardware solutions for space applications: Sandwich panels, Struts, Launch Vehicle Adapters, Housings. We work with all materials and manufacturing technologies. Space-qualified precision assembly of the above mentioned building blocks is one of our core competences.

Our know-how in design, simulation and test of structures is also available as a service, including simulation of Vibration, Thermal, Vibro-Acoustic, Shock.

For bolted joints design and verification we offer the ESA evaluated software SpaceBolt.

SpaceStrut family

Struts are a main building block for space missions.
We provide all conceivable solutions in this domain.

Further reading

SpaceBolt software

The software for bolt verification according to space industry standards ECSS-HB-32-23 and VDI-2230.

Further reading

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