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06.01.2020

Sentinel Business Awards: Dean nominated for Apprentice of the Year

We are pleased to announce that our very own Dean Watson has been nominated for Apprentice of the Year at this year’s Sentinel Business Awards. Dean joined us back in February 2019 and has gone above and beyond expectations, achieving so much in the short time he has worked at AEON. Prior to joining the...

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  • 02.12.2019

    Space Junkies – How AEON is helping to clean up space debris

    Fact: The space around our planet is littered with junk left by more than 5,250 rocket launches. Since space exploration began 60 years ago with the launch of Soviet Sputnik 1 in 1957, space has become increasingly crowded with space debris. Why do we need to remove space debris? The need to remove debris from...

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  • 18.11.2019

    Dealing with Mission Critical Reliability Requirements

    Space is littered with the debris left by more than 5,250 rocket launches since exploration began 60 years ago. According to Dr Jason Forshaw, European R&D Manager for Astroscale, the first commercial space debris removal company, “From the Earth, you simply don’t notice the pile-up of trash that is happening in orbit. Every rocket launch...

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  • 15.11.2019

    Are you a successful SWOT-er?

    We all like to think that we are in control of our projects; we plan them meticulously, put our best resources in place, research and mitigate our risks, everything we can think of to meet our client’s expectations. But rather then reaching for your Gannt Chart, when was the last time you took a step back and really thought about where...

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  • 09.08.2019

    AEON’s relationship with SKA continues

    AEON are pleased to announce an additional contract with the Square Kilometre Array Organisation. What is the Square Kilometre Array? The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project is an international effort to build the world’s largest and most sensitive radio telescope, with eventually over a square kilometre (one million square metres) of collecting area. The scale...

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