Science from the Space Station11 June 2019
Science from the Space Station11 June 2019 In the age of social media, no new experience goes undocumented. On Earth, we fill our camera rolls with weekends away, social events and time spent with family and friends. But just imagine how many photos you might take if you lived and worked in sp...
‘Space Station Earth’ film to premier in Stockholm05 June 2019 A stunning new live experience, called ‘Space Station Earth’, featuring images from space set to music by composer Ilan Eshkeri working in collaboration with ESA, makes its world premiere in Stockholm this August.
Getting ready for Mars – on the Space Station 27 May 2019
Getting ready for Mars – on the Space Station 27 May 2019 From disrupted biological clocks to radiation and contamination hazards, Europe is running experiments on the International Space Station to take human exploration one step closer to Mars.
Space Station science looking at Earth13 May 2019
Space Station science looking at Earth13 May 2019 In this edition of our bi-weekly update on European research run on the International Space Station, we’re taking our cue from the Living Planet Symposium – the largest conference on Earth Observation taking place this week in Milan, Italy – and focus...
Stop ageing in space04 May 2019
Stop ageing in space04 May 2019 Wrinkles, muscle pain, high blood pressure and a clumsy brain are all natural consequences of getting old. As our cells rust over time, a key to fighting chronic disease may be in tiny, smartly designed particles that have the potential to become an a...
The latest in Space Station science29 April 2019
The latest in Space Station science29 April 2019 Another two weeks have flown by upon the orbital outpost, packed with science, operations and the arrival of a Cygnus spacecraft. We take a look at a few recent International Space Station highlights, and ahead to more science in space.