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What to expect from Schiaparelli’s camera12 October 2016
What to expect from Schiaparelli’s camera12 October 2016 As the ExoMars Schiaparelli module descends onto Mars on 19 October it will capture 15 images of the approaching surface. Scientists have simulated the view we can expect to see from the descent camera.
How to follow Rosetta’s grand finale28 September 2016
How to follow Rosetta’s grand finale28 September 2016 Rosetta is set to complete its historic mission in a controlled descent to the surface of its comet on 30 September, with the end of mission confirmation predicted to be within 20 minutes of 11:20 GMT (13:20 CEST).
Launch of Space Solutions Ireland 08 September 2016
Launch of Space Solutions Ireland 08 September 2016 Ireland boosted its use of space technology this week for down-to-Earth applications by opening the ESA Space Solutions Centre Ireland business incubator.
What does the Rosetta mission mean to you?06 September 2016
What does the Rosetta mission mean to you?06 September 2016 To celebrate the success of Rosetta and to keep a long-lasting record of its impact on the world, we invite you to share your personal experiences and feelings about how the mission has influenced you.
Philae found!05 September 2016
Philae found!05 September 2016 Less than a month before the end of the mission, Rosetta’s high-resolution camera has revealed the Philae lander wedged into a dark crack on Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko.
Only days left to join Europe’s first citizens’ debate on space 15 August 2016 Do you want the opportunity to have your say in suggesting priorities in European space programmes?