App to the Moon16 November 2018
App to the Moon16 November 2018 It is magnificently quiet at the rim of the lunar crater. Nearly 400 000 km away from Earth, the silence and vastness of the unknown terrain can be overwhelming. Yet our moonwalker does not feel alone.
Touch down: European module arrives at Kennedy Space Center 07 November 2018
Touch down: European module arrives at Kennedy Space Center 07 November 2018 After a 24-hour journey from Bremen, Germany with stops in Hamburg and Portsmouth, USA, the European Service Module landed yesterday at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
A call for the cold05 November 2018
A call for the cold05 November 2018 As the Northern hemisphere starts to feel the cold winter approaching, research stations in Antarctica are emerging from their long dark winter and awaiting the arrival of fresh supplies after living months in isolation. A truly unique experience, ES...
The new masters of space31 October 2018
The new masters of space31 October 2018 From preserving food quality to more autonomous satellites, the Space Exploration Masters competition awarded more than €800 000 worth of prizes to cost-effective and innovative solutions that promise to unlock the space business.
Call for media: The European Service Module meets Orion26 October 2018
Call for media: The European Service Module meets Orion26 October 2018 Media are invited to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in the US on 16 November for an event marking the arrival of the first European Service Module – the powerhouse that will supply NASA’s Orion spacecraft with electricity, propulsion, thermal contr...
Tastes of space23 October 2018
Tastes of space23 October 2018 There is nothing quite like the taste of home – especially when you live on the International Space Station. For ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst that taste comes in the form of chicken ragout with mushrooms, or lentils spätzle and sausage, specifically...