Students aim for the stars in the Human Space Physiology Training Course, 2019 edition05 April 2019 50 university students from 13 different Member States and Canada (an Associate State) recently participated in a challenging training course about human life in space. The 2019 edition of the Human Space Physiology Training Course, held from 19 to 22...
European link to NASA spacewalk22 March 2019
European link to NASA spacewalk22 March 2019 ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet is gearing up to guide NASA astronauts Anne McClain and Nick Hague from his post at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, USA, this Friday 22 March as they exit the International Space Station and step out into space.
Imagining a Moon base25 January 2019
Imagining a Moon base25 January 2019 Architect may not be the first profession that comes to mind when you think of space exploration, but well-considered design will be crucial in building a lunar base.
Bold ideas for life off Earth24 January 2019
Bold ideas for life off Earth24 January 2019 In a repurposed office on the European Astronaut Centre’s ground floor in Cologne, Germany, several material science students are investigating bold ideas for future missions to the Moon.
Moving on the Moon23 January 2019
Moving on the Moon23 January 2019 Europe is preparing to go forward to the Moon, but how will astronauts move once they get there? Despite the Apollo missions, little is known about what lunar gravity may mean for our bodies. ESA’s space medicine team is working to find out through a...
ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst returns to Earth – for the second time20 December 2018 ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst returned to Earth today alongside NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Roscosmos cosmonaut Sergei Prokopyev.