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A strategy for human exploration 24 November 2015
A strategy for human exploration 24 November 2015 For the first time in 30 years, the UK Government policy supports the human exploration of space. On 1 December the Royal Aeronautical Society hosts a conference to explore the implications of this decision, in the run-up to ESA astronaut Tim Peake’s...
Science beyond fiction at inaugural TEDxESA 12 November 2015
Science beyond fiction at inaugural TEDxESA 12 November 2015 Ideas worth spreading, from the technical heart of Europe’s space sector – last night marked ESA’s first TEDx event, opening the worlds of technology, business and art to the online world.
A historic day for Britain06 November 2015
A historic day for Britain06 November 2015 ESA astronaut Tim Peake was joined by Jo Johnson, UK Minister for Universities and Science, in London, who said Tim’s upcoming launch to ISS on 15 December will be ‘a historic day for Britain’.
Halloween asteroid gives us a miss, confirms ESA28 October 2015
Halloween asteroid gives us a miss, confirms ESA28 October 2015 An asteroid four times the size of a football pitch will miss Earth on All Hallows’ Eve. The flyby highlights the need to watch for space rocks.
Landing site recommended for ExoMars 2018 21 October 2015
Landing site recommended for ExoMars 2018 21 October 2015 Oxia Planum has been recommended as the primary candidate for the landing site of the ExoMars 2018 mission.
Call for Media: News conference with ESA’s first British astronaut, Tim Peake18 September 2015 ESA’s first British astronaut, Tim Peake, will take part in a video news conference at 12:30 BST (11:30 GMT) on 23 September to discuss his upcoming mission and its educational aspects. It will be livestreamed via NASA TV at www.nasa.gov/ntv. The...