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N° 61–2005 28 December 2005 First Galileo satellite on orbit to demonstrate key technologies
N° 60–2005 14 December 2005 Meteosat Second Generation-2: watch the launch live
N° 59–2005 13 December 2005 First member of Galileo satellite family to be launched on 26 December - Follow the launch live.
N° 58–2005 8 December 2005 Paving the way for women to Mars:the last WISE volunteers back on their feet
N° 57–2005 6 December 2005 European Ministers deliberate on discovery and competitiveness
N° 56–2005 1 December 2005 IMPRESS project: first in-flight results onboard Texus sounding rocket
N° 55–2005 28 November 2005 Global Monitoring for Environment and Security is main issue for 3rd Space Council
N° 54–2005 21 November 2005 ESA ‘Huygens and Mars Express’ science highlights - call to press
N° 53–2005 15 November 2005 The SURE project, a new opportunity for European research in space, to be presented at the MEDICA 2005 exhibition
N° 52–2005 14 November 2005 ESA Council meeting at ministerial level: Berlin, 5/6 December 2005
N° 51–2005 9 November 2005 First Galileo satellites named "GIOVE"
N° 50–2005 9 November 2005 Venus Express en route to probe the planet's hidden mysteries
N° 49–2005 27 October 2005 First Galileo satellite to be presented at ESA/ESTEC
N° 48–2005 27 October 2005 ESA signs contract with Dutch Space to prepare the ERA for its launch on Proton and its first operations at the ISS
N° 47–2005 27 October 2005 First Internet-built student satellite successfully launched
N° 46–2005 19 October 2005 Top officials and specialists from all space-faring nations meet at the first Space Safety Conference in Nice, France
N° 45–2005 18 October 2005 Venus Express ready for lift-off
N° 44–2005 8 October 2005 CryoSat Mission lost due to launch failure
N° 43–2005 4 October 2005 WISE bed-rest study: second campaign under way
N° 42–2005 29 September 2005 Cryosat ready to be launched
N° 41–2005 26 September 2005 ESA selects targets for asteroid-deflecting mission Don Quijote
N° 40–2005 15 September 2005 ESA’s new deep space antenna in Cebreros, Spain becomes a reality
N° 39–2005 7 September 2005 First internet-built student satellite ready for launch
N° 38–2005 5 August 2005 Mars Express radar collects first surface data
N° 37–2005 26 July 2005 ESA Director General congratulates NASA Administrator on successful Shuttle launch
N° 36–2005 8 July 2005 ESA awaits Space Shuttle’s return to flight
N° 35–2005 22 June 2005 German Chair for ESA Council
N° 34–2005 22 June 2005 Mars Express radar ready to work
N° 33–2005 21 June 2005 Deep Impact: getting to the heart of a comet with Europe’s contribution
N° 32–2005 20 June 2005 Results of life sciences research in space to be presented in Cologne
N° 31–2005 16 June 2005 Development of Alphabus, the new line of platforms for high-power satellites
N° 30–2005 10 June 2005 ESA experts at Le Bourget 2005
N° 29–2005 7 June 2005 Further steps towards a European space policy
N° 28–2005 1 June 2005 New Director for External Relations takes up duty today
N° 27–2005 31 May 2005 ESA turns 30! A successful track record for Europe in space
N° 26–2005 31 May 2005 European experiments successfully launched aboard Foton spacecraft
N° 25–2005 20 May 2005 Developing a cultural policy for the International Space Station
N° 24–2005 19 May 2005 Women rising to the challenge of weightlessness
N° 23–2005 28 April 2005 European Space Agency astronaut to carry out first European long-duration mission on the International Space Station
N° 22–2005 25 April 2005 Soyuz TMA-5 landing with ESA astronaut Roberto Vittori marks completion of European Eneide mission
N° 21–2005 17 April 2005 Soyuz TMA-6 with ESA astronaut Roberto Vittori arrives at the International Space Station
N° 20–2005 15 April 2005 ESA astronaut Roberto Vittori embarks on his second Soyuz mission to the International Space Station
N° 19–2005 8 April 2005 Europe goes back to Mars
N° 18–2005 8 April 2005 Cosmic Vision 2015-2025 media briefing - 19 April 2005
N° 17–2005 6 April 2005 Fourth European Conference on Space Debris to address key issues
N° 16–2005 24 March 2005 "Back to the future": countdown to Shuttle return to flight
N° 15–2005 22 March 2005 Aurora: Mars mission options. Press briefing in London
N° 14–2005 21 March 2005 WISE study starts in Toulouse: 60 days of bed-rest for terrestrial female astronauts
N° 13–2005 5 March 2005 Rosetta performs ESA's closest-ever Earth fly-by
N° 12–2005 3 March 2005 European communication equipment for the ATV and the Eneide mission reaches the ISS
N° 11–2005 17 February 2005 Benefits of space for all citizens
N° 10–2005 16 February 2005 Science from Mars Express after one year in orbit
N° 9–2005 12 February 2005 Enhanced Ariane 5 demonstrates heavy-lift capability
N° 8–2005 8 February 2005 Green light for deployment of ESA’s Mars Express radar
N° 7–2005 1 February 2005 Earth & Space Week 2005: Celebrating our Planet While Reaching for the Stars
N° 6–2005 27 January 2005 Heads of Space Agencies meet in Montreal on 26 January 2005
N° 5–2005 21 January 2005 Seeing, touching and smelling the extraordinarily Earth-like world of Titan
N° 4–2005 18 January 2005 More of Titan’s secrets to be unveiled on January 21
N° 3–2005 14 January 2005 Europe reaches new frontier – Huygens lands on Titan
N° 2–2005 10 January 2005 ESA Director General to meet the press in Paris
N° 1–2005 5 January 2005 Overview of ESA communication activities in 2005 relevant to the media
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