Our ambition

Put our pioneering spirit to the benefits of security
and exploration for both Earth and Space

We have contributed to
646
space missions
We have deployed
1149
star trackers in orbit
We have deployed
280
neutron analysis systems

Discover how…

Sodern enables missions that benefit to all of us.

Our space solutions contribute to successful missions for our customers. These lead to better understanding of the climate, Internet access for everyone, geolocation tools, reasoned architecture and other essential day to day services.

Our neutron technology enables greater ecological and economic efficiency in the natural resource enhancement process.

Our defense technologies contribute to the sovereignty of France and Europe.

About Sodern

Sodern draws on more than fifty years of experience in optronics and neutron technology to design innovative and competitive solutions for stakeholders in space, defense, industry and research. A world leader in star trackers and neutron systems for analyzing and detecting materials, Sodern is internationally recognized for its expertise in very high technology equipment. Subsidiary of the European leader in access to space, ArianeGroup, Sodern employs more than 450 highly qualified people.

News

Europa Clipper: NASA highlights Sodern’s star tracker
Our star tracker for NASA’s Europa Clipper mission has been delivered to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The star tracker, one of the most challenging ever designed by Sodern, will be critical to determine the spacecraft’s orientation while traveling from Earth to Jupiter. “It gave me goose bumps to be a few feet away from the
Meet us at AAS conference in Breckenridge & at SmallSat Symposium 2022
Join us at the 44th Annual AAS Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference in Breckenridge, Colorado from February 3 through February 9, 2022. For more information: Conference Info – Rocky Mountain AAS (aas-rocky-mountain-section.org) And meet our regional sales managers at Small Sat Symposium show in Mountain View, California from February 8 through February 10, 2022. For