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Astrium Services

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Astrium Services

Astrium Services is the services division of EADS Astrium.

The services division specializes in military satellite communications services and currently employes about 2,200 personnel.

Astrium Services is responsible for delivering the following services and systems:

  • ASTEL-S, France
  • SATCOMBw, Germany (2009)
  • PARADIGM SERVICES: provides all the UK Ministry of Defence satellite communications.[1]
  • NATO service provision to Portugal and Canada
  • Galileo (2010)


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