1 Industry Day of the Euclid Spacecraft With the present announcement, the European Space Agency and Thales Alenia Space (Italy) inform the EITS Users (European Companies and Institutes) about a presentation of the Euclid mission, its procurement plan and related business opportunities. This Spacecraft Industry Day will take place on 15 January 2014 at: European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) Keplerlaan AG Noordwijk (The Netherlands) 1. The Euclid ission Euclid is an optical/near-infrared survey mission designed to understand the origin of the accelerating expansion of the Universe. It will use cosmological probes to investigate the nature of dark energy, dark matter and gravity by tracking their observational signatures on the geometry of the Universe and on the cosmic history of structure formation. The mission will investigate the distance-redshift relationship and the evolution of the cosmic structures by measuring shapes and redshifts of distant galaxies by looking back on 10 billion years of cosmic history. It combines several techniques of investigation, also called cosmological probes, in a very large survey over the full extragalactic sky. Among these cosmological probes, two of them play a major role in the Euclid mission concept and the instrumental approach: the Weak Gravitational Lensing (WL) and Galaxy Clustering (GC) including the aryon Acoustic Oscillations (AO). The Euclid spacecraft consists of two main modules: The PL which consists of the PL structure, the telescope assembly, the optical elements (including the dichroic), the support structure, the Instruments (VIS and NISP), the thermal hardware and the re-focus system. the Euclid Service odule (SV) which comprises all the conventional spacecraft subsystems, the instruments warm electronics units, the sunshield and the solar array. The target orbit is a large-amplitude libration orbit around the night-side Lagrange point of the Sun-Earth system. The launch service shall be provided by the Soyuz 2-1b with a Fregat upper stage from Kourou.
2 2. Responsibility The Euclid mission has been approved by ESA and delegated bodies for a planned launch in 2020 in the frame of the Cosmic Vision plan. ESA has the overall responsibility for the Euclid mission design and implementation including the procurement of the launch service. The established Euclid Consortium is responsible for the development and delivery of the Instruments (VIS and NISP). The industrial Prime Contractor is responsible for the development, procurement, manufacturing, assembly, integration, test, verification and timely delivery of a fully integrated spacecraft capable of accommodating the Payload odule and fulfilling the mission objectives. The PL (Sub) Contractor is responsible for the development, procurement, manufacturing, assembly, integration, test, verification and timely delivery to the Prime Contractor of a fully integrated Payload odule and related items capable of accommodating the delivered Instruments and fulfilling the mission objectives. 3. The Industry Day Further to the Invitation To Tender (ITT) released by the European Space Agency (ESA) in December 2012, Thales Alenia Space Italy (TAS-I) has been appointed as Prime Contractor of the Euclid space segment for the Implementation phase (2/C/D/E1). Therefore TAS-I has been authorized to proceed with the competitive procurement process in order to complete the build-up of the spacecraft industrial team for spacecraft related items. This tendering process will be governed by ESA rules which are reported in the est practices for the selection of subcontractors by Prime Contractors in the frame of ESA s major procurements. This document can be downloaded from EITS (http://emits.sso.esa.int/ under Reference Documentation and Administrative Documents ). In advance to the announcement on EITS of the ITTs, the objective of this Industry Day is to present to the European industry the overall Euclid mission, the associated business opportunities, the bidding process and schedule for the build-up of the Euclid spacecraft industrial team. To participate please register on line at: no later than 13 January For logistic reasons the participation is limited to 200 people with a maximum of 3 participants per company. Page 2
3 4. Preliminary Agenda 9 :15 Plenary Session - ESTEC Newton room a) Introduction : objectives & organization of the Euclid Industry Day (ESA) b) The Euclid mission (ESA) c) The Euclid System and Space segment (ESA) d) The Euclid programmatics (ESA) e) The Euclid Space segment procurement approach (ESA) f) The GEO return constraints Prime (ESA) g) Procurement rules (est practices, ESA and Industry roles) (ESA) h) ECOS (ESA) 10 :15 a) The Euclid overall design (TAS-I) b) The Euclid development logic : odels, objectives & schedule (TAS-I) c) The Euclid Service odule product tree and constituents (TAS-I) d) The ITT Process (according to est Practices) (TAS-I) e) List and dates of the future ITTs (TAS-I) 11 :00 a) Presentation of each ITT (description and key-requirements) 12 :30 Lunch 13 :30 Splinter meetings 1. echanical, Propulsion and Thermal ITTs - room a Avionics, RF and Electrical ITTs room a GSE, and Facilities ITTs room a Software and System Support Activities ITTs - room Df :30: end of the splinter meetings 16 :30: wrap-up (TAS-I and ESA only) 17 :00: departure Page 3
4 Attachment: Procurement Plan (Note: this plan is subject to updates during the course of the project). Product Name ake or uy Procuring Company ITT/RFQ issue SYSTE - Project anagement Office System Support - - Test Facility TAS-I 2015Q1 CPPA (20 Total vendor Cost) TAS-I 2014Q2 EEE parts Non Recurrent Vendor Costs CPPA Reaction Wheel characterization 1 TAS-I 8/2/2013 Reaction Wheel characterization 2 TAS-I 8/2/2013 System analysis support 1 TAS-I 2014Q3 System analysis support 2 TAS-I 2014Q3 System analysis support 3 TAS-I 2014Q3 AIT support TAS-I 2015Q1 SV - - Structure & Thermal Control TAS-I 2014Q1 Structure & Thermal Control Lead AV 1 & 2 or STR Lead 2014Q3 GSE or STR Lead 2014Q3 F structure Lateral Panels or STR Lead 2014Q3 SV Thermal Control or STR Lead 2014Q3 Propulsion TAS-I 2014Q1 Propulsion Lead Propulsion Lead Support icropropulsion Lead icro Thruster Assembly Prop Lead 2014Q1 Propellant tanks Prop Lead 2014Q4 icropropulsion miscellanea (PF) Prop Lead PE (including hrns) Prop Lead 2014Q1 PS GSE Prop Lead onopropellant Propulsion Thrusters or Prop Lead 2014Q4 Tank or Prop Lead 2014Q4 FDV/FVV Prop Lead Pressure Trasducer or Prop Lead Filter Prop Lead Latch Valves Prop Lead Page 4
5 CDS TAS-I 2014Q1 CDS Lead CDU+HDS or CDS Lead 2014Q3 CDU power & IO boards or CDS Lead 2014Q3 U or CDS Lead 2014Q3 Software TAS-I 2014Q3 CDS ASW Lead Coding Support ASW lead Coding support ASW lead ISVV & Validation Support TAS-I 2015Q1 ISVV Lead Software validation Support ISVV Lead TT&C TAS-I 2014Q1 TT&C lead X-band Transponder or TT&C lead 2014Q3 X-and RFDN or TT&C lead 2014Q3 X-and TWTA or TT&C lead 2014Q3 X-and LGA or TT&C lead 2014Q3 K-and modulator or TT&C lead 2014Q3 K-and RFDN or TT&C lead 2014Q3 K-and TWTA or TT&C lead 2014Q3 K-and HGA ain Assembly (HGAA) or TT&C lead 2014Q3 Antenna + RFDN or AP + LI/SLI + HDR or APE or AOCS TAS-I 2014Q1 AOCS Lead AOCS Support STR AOCS lead 2014Q4 Fine Sun Sensor AOCS lead 2014Q4 Gyroscope Assembly AOCS lead 2014Q4 Reaction Wheel AOCS lead 2014Q4 Corse Rate Sensor AOCS lead 2014Q4 Sun Acquisition Sensor AOCS lead na AOCS SW AOCS lead 2014Q4 AOCS SCOE AOCS lead 2014Q4 FGS TAS-I 2013Q4 FGS Lead FGS FPA FGS Lead 2014Q2 FGS Electronics or FGS Lead 2014Q2 Sunshield & Solar Array TAS-I 2014Q1 Sunshield Lead Sunshield Structure or SunSh lead 2014Q3 Sunshield Thermal Control or SunSh lead 2014Q3 Solar Generator or SunSh lead 2014Q3 Page 5
6 Electrical Power - attery TAS-I 2014Q3 PCDU TAS-I 2014Q3 SV & Instruments Harness TAS-I 2014Q3 F Harness F harness for instruments ST Harness AIT TAS-I AV Harness AIT TAS-I 2014Q2 GSE - SV EGSE - CCS TAS-I 2014Q2 Power SCOE TAS-I 2014Q2 TT&C SCOE TAS-I 2014Q2 DH and TTC SCOE TAS-I 2014Q2 Suitcase TAS-I 2015Q4 PL & Instruments EGSE TAS-I 2014Q2 CCS CDU Data Front End EGSE for instruments PL SCOE (SC power supply sim) GSE - System & SV GSE TAS-I 2014Q2 Integration Stands Adapters Hoisting/Lifting Devices Access Platform Shipping Containers Others (Dummies) TAS-I 2014Q2 OGSE FGSE PL TAS-I PL Prime Activities anagement Reserve PL Support Activities - gmt support, schedule, configuration PA Support (Quality, RAS) Astrium F 12/1/2013 Astrium F 12/1/2013 Eng Support (thermal an.& eng. TVAC test) Astrium F 12/1/2013 AIT Support: test facilities & TVAC setup Astrium F 9/1/2016 AIT Support: test vibrat. Facilities Astrium F 9/1/2016 AIT Support: SW & EGSE ops. Astrium F 10/1/2015 AIT Support: ech./optical Astrium F 6/20/2013 Page 6
7 Ceramic Structures (SIC str.) Astrium F 1/15/2013 SIC Graphit Tools Astrium F SIC powder Astrium F PL Equipment - irrors polish/coating Astrium F 5/30/2013 Dichroic plate Astrium F 4/15/2013 External baffle Astrium F 9/1/2013 ech.&electr.: 2 echanism Astrium F 6/15/2013 Auto-test source (opt. equip.) Astrium F? Non Ceramic ech. Structures Struts Astrium F 9/15/2013 Supports & Radiators Astrium F 10/1/2013 affles & shields, ounts Astrium F 10/1/2013 Thermal HW LI, SLI, straps Astrium F 1/15/2014 EEE parts Astrium F 12/10/2013 Electrical product: PL Harness Astrium F 12/10/2013 GSE - EGSE terminal & cables Astrium F GSE: Handling & Adaptors Astrium F 4/15/2014 GSE: Alignment tools Astrium F OGSE: AC flat mirror Astrium F 5/14/2014 OGSE: Auto test & Opt. Sources Astrium F OGSE: Collimator Astrium F 5/14/2014 Page 7
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