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Wake up, robot21 July 2014
Wake up, robot21 July 2014 Code, play and command your space droid – students across Europe can bring a squadron of minisatellites to life on the International Space Station as the ultimate space robot game.
Rosetta, are we there yet?09 July 2014
Rosetta, are we there yet?09 July 2014 After a 10-year journey that has clocked up more than 6 billion kilometres, ESA’s Rosetta spacecraft is rapidly closing in on its destination comet, and ESA is inviting you along for the ride.
Astronaut health check with single drop of blood26 June 2014
Astronaut health check with single drop of blood26 June 2014 ESA is building a prototype tester for crews on the International Space Station to provide diagnoses within a few minutes from a pinprick of blood. The ultimate device will offer rapid health checks and results for scientific research.
Cansat competition successfully completed17 June 2014
Cansat competition successfully completed17 June 2014 The 2014 European Cansat Competition reached a successful conclusion on 5 June, after five days of intense activity. This year, nine teams of high school students from six ESA Member States and five teams who had won their national competitions, parti...
Space up your app with satellite data05 June 2014
Space up your app with satellite data05 June 2014 Calling all app developers: register today for the opportunity to spend a week at ESA developing news ideas and concepts for mobile apps using satellite Earth observation data.
Solar Orbiter’s shield takes Sun’s heat 03 June 2014
Solar Orbiter’s shield takes Sun’s heat 03 June 2014 ESA’s Solar Orbiter mission has undergone its latest major test: its protective shield has been subjected to concentrated sunlight to prove it can cope with the fierce temperatures close in to our parent star.