Bricks from Moon dust20 August 2018
Bricks from Moon dust20 August 2018 Lunar masonry starts on Earth. European researchers are working with Moon dust simulants that could one day allow astronauts to build habitats on our natural satellite and pave the way for human space exploration.
Recipe for a spacewalk06 August 2018
Recipe for a spacewalk06 August 2018 ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen may be stationed on the ground, but his expertise was vital to the recent spacewalk of two NASA astronauts, Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold. From maintaining constant radio contact on the day, to simulating activities unde...
Name Europe’s robot to roam and search for life on Mars20 July 2018 The UK Space Agency has launched a competition to name a rover that is going to Mars to search for signs of life.
Combined orbital Galileo-GPS position fix achieved aboard ISS02 July 2018 Europe’s satellite navigation system Galileo is already in use worldwide, usable by itself or in combination with the US Global Positioning System (GPS). Now a combined Galileo–GPS positioning fix has been achieved in space – aboard the International...
Access your space experiment anywhere with ICE Cubes13 July 2018 Europe’s new commercial research facility on the International Space Station, called ICE Cubes or International Commercial Experiments Service, is inaugurating its new service today with a special event in Belgium. With the first experiments inst...
Be the next Space Exploration Master09 July 2018
Be the next Space Exploration Master09 July 2018 Following last year’s success, ESA in collaboration with industry partners is currently taking applications for the second edition of the Space Exploration Masters challenge.