3D PLUS has more than 200,000 microelectronics components in space, and more than 20 years of flight heritage with no reported failure. Our Flight Heritage is expanding continuously with products launched in Space every month in LEO, MEO and GEO orbits, for deep space exploration missions, for satellite constellation fleets, and for governmental missions in Europe, America, and Asia. Our Flagship missions include Mars 2020, Mars Science Laboratory, Rosetta, New Horizons, Juno, OneWeb, AlphaSat, Sentinel, Ariane 5, ISS, Parker Solar Probe, Insight, and many more.
Artemis I is the first chapter in the new space race, a chapter named Moon.
The launch of Artemis I on November 16, 2022, by the NASA marks the beginning in a series of complex missions that will enable human exploration to the Moon.
The objective of Artemis I is to demonstrate the performance of the SLS rocket and test Orion’s capabilities over the course of about 42 days as it travels about 40,000 miles beyond the Moon and back to Earth.
An uncrewed Orion will venture thousands of miles beyond the Moon over the course of about six weeks.
In the future missions, it will serve as the exploration vehicle that will carry and sustain the crew to space, and provide safe re-entry from deep space return velocities.
3D PLUS proudly participates to the success of the Artemis I mission by providing highly reliable modules, including: