ECM launch service

Small satellite launches

With us as an official and authorized partner of the official Soyuz launch vehicle provider JSC Glavkosmos you profit from vast experience in launch activities for secondary LV payloads and space technologies

ECM launch service provides mission support and launch organization for your secondary payload in close collaboration with you and the primary local provider to incorporate the ideal solution for your mission.

We provide affordable launch opportunities for a wide range of small sattelites. Ranging from the 1U-CubeSat class to 500kg satellites, we can offer you frequent flights with various orbit configurations to suit your mission requirements.

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  • 12U CubeSat deployment adapter
  • Separation system for 10-500 kg micro- and mini- satellites
  • ECM 12U splittable deployer
  • Separation system for 10-500 kg small satellites

Launch adapters

Proven launch adapter products for instant solutions fitting your small satellite and satellites of the CubeSat family are also available

Following the CubeSat classification, we offer deployers for satellites ranging from 1U (single unit) up to 16U for large configurations as well as launch adapter assemblies for simultaneous deployment of multiple satellites and form factors.
Launch adapters and seperation systems for larger satellite classes are also possbible.

Learn more about our products or contact us for your specific request:

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Environmental testing

Environmental testing is a crucial field necessary to provide evidence that the spacecraft performs in accordance with its specifications in the intended environments with the specified margins

Beyond that, public authorities and launch providers require a successful testing program prior to the launch of the satellite.

We offer environmental testing for your satellite on acceptance and qualification levels including documentation and analysis of test results. Upon our customer’s request, our services include the complete arrangement of the satellite test campaign. Capable to perform environmental testing of satellite components, subsystems and complete satellite systems, a maximum of safety can be provided following officially accredited regulations and standards. Your hardware will be tested in a simulated space environment related to the in-orbit conditions of the satellite and exposed to the mechanical loads occuring during launch of the Soyuz launch vehicle.

We cover the entire spectrum of environmental hardware tests conforming with ECSS standards.

  • Functional and performance tests
  • Mechanical modal survey
  • Static physical load
  • Random vibration
  • Sinusoidal vibration
  • Shock testing
  • Leak testing
  • Thermal vacuum and balance testing
  • Electromagnetic compatibility
Mechanical testing procedure

Integration facility

We have experience in providing integration services for separation systems and satellites of clients throughout Berlin

We are equipped with a cleanroom in which the concentration of airborne particles is controlled. The introduction, generation and retention of particles inside the room are minimized by our air supply, conditioning and filtration equipment. Other relevant parameters, e.g. temperature, humidity and pressure, are controlled as necessary.

Our cleanroom is classified as an ISO 14644 Class 5 environment limiting the maximum concentration of particles/m3 to 100 000 for particle diameters equal and larger than 0,1µm. Therefore, we provide an environment according to the ECSS requirements for cleanliness and contamination control, which allows conforming to space product assurance during the integration of your satellite system.

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DLR

German Aerospace Center DLR

Glavkosmos

Joint-Stock Company Glavkosmos

ECM launch service is an authorized partner of the German Aerospace Center DLR and Joint-Stock Company Glavkosmos.