Cervantes Mission29 September 2003
Cervantes mission concludes with Soyuz TMA-2 landing28 October 2003
Cervantes mission concludes with Soyuz TMA-2 landing28 October 2003 ESA PR 70-2003. ESA astronaut Pedro Duque from Spain landed in the command module of the Soyuz TMA-2 spacecraft near the town of Arkalyk in Kazakhstan at 08:40 local time, 03:40 Central European Time (CET), this morning, thus concluding the successful...
Pedro Duque's diary from space: The farewell28 October 2003
Pedro Duque's diary from space: The farewell28 October 2003 This is the last full day I will spend on the Station. There's still a lot to do, but the emphasis is now on finishing everything up and packing away the results of the experiments correctly.
"Many things that happen to flies in space also happen to humans in the long term"27 October 2003 An interview with Roberto Marco, scientist at the Institute of Biomedical Research (UAM/CSIC), in Madrid, Spain. Roberto Marco is head researcher for two experiments for the Cervantes Mission: AGEING and GENE.
Live on the Internet - 'Habla ISS' radio contact with Pedro Duque25 October 2003 On 26 October at 13:07 CET (12:07 UT), six groups of children from schools in Spain, and one school in Portugal, will talk to Pedro Duque on board the International Space Station during an ARISS radio contact. You too can listen in live on the Interne...
The Cervantes Mission allocates 10% of its resources to educational activities24 October 2003 Everyone knows that space fascinates children and young people. Now the European Space Agency (ESA) is devoting a significant part of one its missions to Spanish pupils and students of all levels.