Space Micro Delivers Sun Sensors for European Space Agency Program

San Diego, CA – May 29, 2014 Space Micro announced today that they have delivered their coarse sun sensors, Model #CSS-01, to the Technical University of Denmark (DTU Space). These attitude and control sensors are part of the scientific ESA Atmosphere-Space Interactions Monitor (ASIM) program.

Space Micro's CEO David Strobel, commented, "This delivery represents the beginning of our increasing support and sales to international space market. The expected relaxation of export controls for satellite electronics will enable Space Micro to better serve the growing international market, both in Europe and the rest of the world. This delivery continues our strong track record of providing both medium and coarse sun sensors to various programs and customers."