Andøya Space Center (ASC) is a service provider for sounding rocket, balloon, unmanned aircraft and scientific groundbased instrumentation communities
ASC was established in 1962, and our headquarters is located on the island of Andøya, two degrees north of the Arctic Circle, in the heart of Northern Norway and directly beneath the Aurora Borealis.
  • ASC and DLR to sign MoU Dec 7th

    Andøya Space Center and the Institute of Technical Physics at DLR Stuttgart, Germany will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on future cooperation in the field of “Space Situational Awareness” (SSA). SSA comprises a variety of activities, just to name two, Space Weather and Space Debris.

  • Norway and Canada Launches 10-year Student Satellite Programme

    CaNoSat will build upon the successful CaNoRock programme, and aims to build and launch five student satellites within ten years. An MoU was signed at Andøya Space Center in October 2017.

  • Branndronetjeneste lansert

    Vår droneavdeling har lansert en ny, landsdekkende tjeneste for brannvesen: http://branndroner.no/