ESA
19-Apr-2014

Back to Index

French  |  German
N° 67–2004 25 December 2004 Huygens begins its final journey into the unknown
N° 66–2004 21 December 2004 In-Orbit Validation contract: a further step forward for Galileo
N° 65–2004 20 December 2004 ESA’s Exploration Programme "Aurora" gets further boost
N° 64–2004 10 December 2004 ESA astronaut Roberto Vittori to fly to the ISS on Italian Soyuz mission ENEIDE
N° 63–2004 7 December 2004 Second space Christmas for ESA: Huygens to begin its final journey to Titan/ Media activities.
N° 62–2004 25 November 2004 First ever “Space Council” paves the way for a European space programme
N° 61–2004 18 November 2004 First “Space Council” to set course towards a European Space Programme
N° 60–2004 16 November 2004 Europe reaches the Moon
N° 59–2004 5 November 2004 Europe reaches the Moon
N° 58–2004 2 November 2004 MSG-4 contract means sunny outlook for European weather forecasting
N° 57–2004 21 October 2004 ESA looking for more European women to volunteer for WISE bed-rest study in Toulouse next year
N° 56–2004 18 October 2004 Last ion engine thrust puts ESA’s SMART-1 on the right track for its Moon encounter
N° 55–2004 30 September 2004 Venus Express Italian Day on 4 October
N° 54–2004 27 September 2004 SMART-1 celebrates its first year in space
N° 53–2004 24 September 2004 ESA at the International Astronautical Congress in Vancouver
N° 52–2004 23 September 2004 European Space Agency gives green light to funding for GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security)
N° 51–2004 20 September 2004 Water and methane maps overlap on Mars: a new clue?
N° 50–2004 7 September 2004 First European Space Policy Institute Director
N° 49–2004 30 August 2004 A room with a view for the International Space Station
N° 48–2004 23 August 2004 Scientists meet to review Envisat results after two and a half years of operations
N° 47–2004 10 August 2004 Relays from Mars demonstrate international interplanetary networking
N° 46–2004 10 August 2004 It isn’t a UFO, it’s a space-age car.
N° 45–2004 3 August 2004 ESA is looking for female volunteers for a bed-rest study in Toulouse next year
N° 44–2004 29 July 2004 ESA Astronaut on UNICEF mission to Darfur
N° 43–2004 26 July 2004 N° 43-2004: Second Double Star satellite successfully launched
N° 42–2004 23 July 2004 The best view of the Tour is from space
N° 41–2004 23 July 2004 International Space Station Heads of Agency Meeting
N° 40–2004 8 July 2004 ESA signs a 1 Billion Euro contract with EADS Space Transportation to start operations of the European elements of the ISS
N° 39–2004 8 July 2004 Linking with the future
N° 38–2004 6 July 2004 A control centre in Italy for EGNOS, the first European satellite navigation system
N° 37–2004 2 July 2004 Space at the Farnborough Air Show
N° 36–2004 1 July 2004 Cassini-Huygens enters orbit around the ringed planet
N° 35–2004 29 June 2004 Telemedicine via satellite. Symposium at ESA/ESRIN
N° 34–2004 24 June 2004 Accession by Greece to the ESA Convention – Signing ceremony postponed
N° 33–2004 23 June 2004 Cassini/Huygens nears insertion into Saturn’s orbit
N° 32–2004 22 June 2004 Greece to sign agreement on accession to ESA Convention
N° 31–2004 15 June 2004 Space and Major Disasters Charter agencies strengthen ties with UN-Colloquium at UNESCO, Paris
N° 30–2004 3 June 2004 A “Swarm” of satellites for a unique look inside the Earth
N° 29–2004 26 May 2004 Rosetta's scientific 'first' - observation of Comet Linear
N° 28–2004 26 May 2004 Cassini/Huygens approaching Saturn and Titan
N° 27–2004 20 May 2004 Beagle 2: lessons learned and the way forward
N° 26–2004 12 May 2004 Ariane 5 and Soyuz to launch two Australian satellites from the Guiana Space Centre
N° 25–2004 30 April 2004 Luxembourg to sign agreement on accession to ESA Convention
N° 24–2004 30 April 2004 Successful European DELTA mission concludes with Soyuz landing
N° 23–2004 29 April 2004 A journey into space at the Berlin Air Show
N° 22–2004 21 April 2004 DELTA mission and ESA astronaut dock with ISS
N° 21–2004 19 April 2004 DELTA mission heading to ISS with Dutch ESA astronaut
N° 20–2004 15 April 2004 ESA consults European science community on candidate Earth Explorer missions
N° 19–2004 7 April 2004 Follow the Delta launch and docking with the International Space Station from one of ESA’s establishments.
N° 18–2004 30 March 2004 From discovery to encounter: international conference on Saturn’s moon Titan
N° 17–2004 25 March 2004 New Member States at ESA
N° 16–2004 23 March 2004 Europe and Russia: a 15-year partnership in human spaceflight
N° 15–2004 11 March 2004 Two asteroid fly-bys for Rosetta
N° 14–2004 2 March 2004 Rosetta begins its 10-year journey to the origins of the Solar System
N° 13–2004 1 March 2004 ESA’s Rosetta launch re-scheduled - Follow the Rosetta launch from an ESA establishment
N° 12–2004 18 February 2004 Giant black hole rips star apart
N° 11–2004 17 February 2004 ESA’s Rosetta comet chaser ready for lift-off - Follow the Rosetta launch from an ESA or Arianespace establishment
N° 10–2004 12 February 2004 International, interplanetary and no interference! -Mars Express calls up Spirit
N° 9–2004 11 February 2004 UK and ESA announce Beagle 2 inquiry - Investigation to learn lessons from Mars Lander
N° 8–2004 5 February 2004 Unlocking the secrets of the universe, Rosetta lander named Philae
N° 7–2004 5 February 2004 Europe set to fly higher still
N° 6–2004 23 January 2004 Mars Express sees its first water - Scientific results
N° 5–2004 19 January 2004 Europe's eye on Mars: first spectacular results from Mars Express
N° 4–2004 7 January 2004 Mars Express: no signal from Beagle 2 so far
N° 3–2004 7 January 2004 ESA Director General to meet the press in Paris
N° 2–2004 6 January 2004 Main Press and Communication activities for 2004
N° 1–2004 6 January 2004 Mars Express attempts to ‘talk’ to Beagle 2 – press briefing
Also available:
1993 |  1994 |  1995 |  1996 |  1997 |  1998 |  1999 |  2000 |  2001 |  2002 |  2003 |  2004 |  2005 |  2006 |  2007 |  2008 |  2009 |  2010 |  2011 |  2012 |  2013 |  2014 | 
Copyright 2000 - 2014 © European Space Agency. All rights reserved.