Virtual Reality Controlled Talks – Master Class VR

At SpaceRobotics.EU we are passionate about technology development and we are always looking into new things coming out. Since tech on its own is worthless unless it’s serving an ulterior purpose, we also look for activities and industries that may benefit from these...

Four years collaborating with “Astronomía” magazine

"Astronomía" was the first Spanish magazine entirely dedicated to astronomy and astrophysics communication. For almost forty years they've been doing an explendid job as science communicators, and between the on-paper versión and the newest on-line one, they've...

Work with us! New positions opened in SpaceRobotics.EU

Thinking about working with us? Fill out this form and send us an email with your CV. We will contact you if a position suits your profile. Currently, we are opening new projects in the Virtual Reality, Robotics and Education departments. Check out the following...

CryoSat-2 ultra-realistic scaled model

We design and build an ultra-realistic scaled model of the ESA Earth-observation mission CryoSat. ESA (the European Space Agency) is one of the biggest space agencies in the world and, besides hosting lots of space exploration missions throughout the Solar System, it...

“Discover the Universe with Astronaut LiLi” 3rd edition

Investing in education has always been a priority for SpaceRobotics.EU. We love space and science and we believe it's crucial to pass our passion and knowledge to younger generations. With that in mind, back in 2020, we joined forces with the science communicator...

No-glasses-required 3D-Holograms for the Lunar Museum

We keep making the Lunar Museum better and better each day. Our latest update: 3D Holograms that can be seen with no glasses nor additional requirements. At SpaceRobotics.EU, we've been working with the Lunar Museum at Fresnedillas for quite a while now. Back in 2020,...

AR app (now in iOS) update for the Lunar Museum

We keep working along with the Lunar Museum to enhance the visitor's experience through a renewed AR app. As some of you may remember, back in 2020 we completed the renewal of the Lunar Museum in Fresnedillas de la Oliva. Besides advising them about the design of the...

@AstronautaLiLi 2021 Science Communicator of the year

Now that 2021 is coming to an end, it's time to grant a remarkable science communicator the "Science Communicator of the year" prize. On this occasion, we are awarding @AstronautaLiLi, acknowledging her outstanding growth and performance during the pandemic. In fact,...

Aeolus Scaled Model in our new 3D facilities

We start up our brand new 3D facilities to produce a super-detailed Aeolus scaled model! CGI (Computer-Generated Image) of the final 3D model. Aeolus, or, in full, Atmospheric Dynamics Mission-Aeolus (ADM-Aeolus), is a European Space Agency (ESA) Earth observation...

PLD Space Miura – New Scaled Models & 3D-animated AR launch sequence

PLD Space officially presented its Miura 1 rocket and our 3D scaled model came along with it! When modern rockets first appeared back in mid 20th century, it used to take the effort of a whole nation to start a company capable of manufacturing such complex and...

Starship and future on Mars update in Mission Mars VR experience

The Mission: Mars VR Beta experience has only been online for 5 months and has had a great acceptance among the public who love space and especially Mars. After the successful arrivals of Perseverance (American rover) and Zhurong (Chinese rover) to the surface of...

New Virtual Reality game – Save the Earth VR

We are in the year 2085, there is almost no human life left on the planet, our last chance … We started a new development of a space Virtual Reality video game in which we will have a clear objective: "Save the Earth". For this we will need to resort to different...

ESA Cebreros Station complete Virtual Tour

Cebreros Station (also known as DSA 2 or Deep Space Antenna 2) is a European Space Agency, ESTRACK radio antenna station for communication with spacecraft, located about 10 km east of Cebreros and 90 km...

Sentinel 2 – Scaled Model for Museum

The Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission comprises a constellation of two polar-orbiting satellites placed in the same sun-synchronous orbit, phased at 180° to each other. It aims at monitoring variability in land surface conditions, and its wide swath width (290 km) and...

Rover Perseverance 1:10 and Ingenuity full scale

The NASA Perseverance rover will land on Mars in few days. After Curiosity this new six-wheeled Martian rover is tasked with prowling the crater, believed to have been the site that housed a Martian lake billions of years ago, to search for signs of life ancient...

“Mission: Mars” our latest VR experience

At SpaceRobotics.EU we love space, we love new technologies, and we love to share our knowledge and our passion for space sciences. That’s why we’ve created “Mission: Mars”, a VR environment that simulates Mars’ surface and features the latest missions sent by...

Robotic Rosalind Franklin v3 – COVID online demostrator

The European Space Agency (ESA) will launch the robotic rover Rosalind Franklin towards Mars in 2022. As the exploration of Mars prepares for a rebirth, the European rover hones its equipment for the challenges that lie ahead. ExoMars 2020 will deliver a rover and a...

SMOS satellite 1:4 scaled model

Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) is a satellite which forms part of ESA's Living Planet Programme. It is intended to provide new insights into Earth's water cycle and climate. In addition, it is intended to provide improved weather forecasting and monitoring of...

Sentinel 6 / Jason-CS Scaled Model

About Sentinel 6/Jason-CS Earth observation mission The mission is a constellation of two identical satellites that are launched sequentially. Each satellite carries a radar altimeter to provide high-precision and timely observations of the topography of the global...

ESA DSN scaled model Antena 1:50

The 35-meter antennas of the European Space Agency located in Australia, Argentina and Spain, support missions such as Mars Express, Gaia, BepiColombo, Solar Orbiter, Rosetta and very soon the Rosalind Franklin rover from Mars, Juice, Euclid … , in addition to many...
SMOS satellite 1:4 scaled model

SMOS satellite 1:4 scaled model

Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) is a satellite which forms part of ESA’s Living Planet Programme. It is intended to provide new insights into Earth’s water cycle and climate. In addition, it is intended to provide improved weather forecasting and monitoring of snow and ice accumulation.

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Sentinel 6 / Jason-CS Scaled Model

Sentinel 6 / Jason-CS Scaled Model

About Sentinel 6/Jason-CS Earth observation mission

The mission is a constellation of two identical satellites that are launched sequentially. Each satellite carries a radar altimeter to provide high-precision and timely observations of the topography of the global ocean. (more…)

ESA DSN scaled model Antena 1:50

ESA DSN scaled model Antena 1:50

The 35-meter antennas of the European Space Agency located in Australia, Argentina and Spain, support missions such as Mars Express, Gaia, BepiColombo, Solar Orbiter, Rosetta and very soon the Rosalind Franklin rover from Mars, Juice, Euclid … , in addition to many other missions with NASA or JAXA (Japanese Space Agency).

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Tianwen-1 – China’s first rover to Mars – All instruments in 3D (Huoxing mission)

Tianwen-1 – China’s first rover to Mars – All instruments in 3D (Huoxing mission)

On July 23th 2020, China launched Tianwen-1, their first mission to the planet Mars. This mission consists of an orbiter, a lander, and a rover. It’s the first time anyone tries to deploy all three in the same mission! If successful, the Tianwen-1 rover will explore Mars in search for signs of ancient watery environments in the surface and current underground water deposits. There’s not much information on the rover instruments around so at SpaceRobotics.EU we have decided to put it all together for you to learn more about the instruments that it’s taking to Mars.  read more…

Working towards a way out the COVID-19 alert

Working towards a way out the COVID-19 alert

Like everyone else, SpaceRobotics.EU has taken extraordinary measures due to the covid_19 sanitary alert. Besides asking all our employees to work on-line from their homes to limit human contact and stop the propagation, at SpaceRobotics.EU we are contributing to fight the virus by 3D printing masks and protective visors for health personnel.

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2019 new VR scenarios – Mission training, orbit visualization, use of instruments, collaborative projects and mission highlights.

2019 new VR scenarios – Mission training, orbit visualization, use of instruments, collaborative projects and mission highlights.

At SpaceRobotics.EU we are ceaselessly ahead of the curve in Virtual Reality experiences, always offering state-of-the-art professional hardware and custom-made high-quality software. We ended 2019 with four top-selling experiences, a Lunar Roving Vehicle driving simulator, an Apollo 11 immersion and two hypothetical scenarios, a walk trough 67-P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko and another one trough ESA’s Moon Village. For 2020 we are aiming even higher. We already have some brand-new scenarios in Mars that take advantage of the latest graphic cards and new 3D renderers and that will include ESA and NASA’s latest Mars rovers, and we are working on new experiences and improvements and expansions for the all-ready-existing ones.

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Our VR and AR projects make it to “Astronomía” national magazine

Our VR and AR projects make it to “Astronomía” national magazine

Education is key for our future and thus at SpaceRobotics.EU we always try to fit the latest technologies in our hands into education and science popularization enterprises. Some of our latest projects in this matter have been to create Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality apps to spread our knowledge about space. At “Astronomía” national magazine, they were very interested in these projects and published us a couple articles on them. One even made it all the way up to the cover!

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