Insulation Solutions Based on Aerogels (ISBA) aims at developing aerogel-based solutions for space applications. Aerogels are highly open-porous nanostructured materials having very low bulk densities and exceptionally low thermal conductivities making them lucrative for space applications. State of the art applications are being presented by market leading end users such as Ariane Group, Thales Alenia Space and Air Liquide for applications ranging from satellites, to rocket launchers, to launcher tanks. The state-of-the-art insulation is provided by ET foams and diverse MLI solutions consisting of Kapton layers. The aim of this project is to develop material solutions made in Europe and reduce the dependency from external entities. Hutchinson (FR) will be in charge of the enveloping technologies to package the aerogels and the aerogels will be developed by leading European research groups, including DLR (DE), Tecnalia Research & Innovation (ES), Center for Applied Energy Research (DE), KEEY Aerogel (FR) and the University of Debrecen (HU). The partner DLR is the project coordinator.