Our Goals

Our mission is to make the Czech Republic one of the leading forces in the space industry. In OHB Czechspace, we believe that giving the Czech Republic access to space will bring technological and economic benefits to all its citizens.

Our work helps to solve fundamental issues of science and society. Whether we participate in the planetary defense mission Hera, exoplanet research PLATO or the measurement of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere CO2M.

In 2022, OHB Czechspace was awarded a contract by ESA for the Czech satellite mission SOVA to conduct the first phase of the Ambitious Project.

With a customer base of space agencies and companies from the space industry, our focus is to supply spacecraft and launcher structures as well as its mechanical ground support equipment.

Our projects

Our team is participating in the following projects

A career in space need not be merely a dream

We owe our success to our extraordinary employees, their passion for innovation and space, their commitment, and their initiative.
At OHB Czechspace, you will work on exciting state-of-the-art space projects while investigating heretofore unexplored fields with a true pioneering and entrepreneurial spirit.

Latest News from OHB Czechspace


At the beginning of this year, European Space Agency's backup astronaut Ales Svoboda accepted invitation to a panel discussion at OHB Czechspace. The discussion for students of aeronautics and astronautics of BUT was held in the form of an interview, which was led by Ondrej Slajs, one of our employees.

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If you are a space enthusiast and would like to go on a trip to the Pardubice Region, then we have a tip for you!
From 27 April to 31 May, an exhibition of space gems will take place at the Choltice Castle, where you can see model of our satellite SOVA.

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Flights to distant areas of our Solar System, transportation of heavy cargos, human bases on the Moon or Mars. These and other future space missions could benefit from new propulsion system based on nuclear power. The possibilities of its use are now being investigated by the ESA, which launched several feasibility studies in March, and one of them is led by us.

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