Rosetta arrival competition winners28 August 2014
Rosetta arrival competition winners28 August 2014 As Rosetta made its final approach to Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, we asked you to join this extraordinary adventure by sharing pictures of your journeys, participating in a fun photo contest that attracted hundreds of entries and nearly 23 000 vo...
ESA celebrates 50 years at ESOC28 August 2014
ESA celebrates 50 years at ESOC28 August 2014 In the presence of media, invited dignitaries, former astronauts, ESA’s Director General and colleagues past and present, the workforce at ESOC celebrated 50 years of European cooperation in space today.
Update on Galileo launch injection anomaly28 August 2014
Update on Galileo launch injection anomaly28 August 2014 Operations continue smoothly for Galileo Sat 5-6. Both satellites now have both sets of their solar arrays fully deployed and generating power.
Update on Galileo launch injection anomaly26 August 2014
Update on Galileo launch injection anomaly26 August 2014 Work at ESA’s ESOC control centre continues relentlessly on the two Galileo satellites.
Rosetta: Landing site search narrows25 August 2014
Rosetta: Landing site search narrows25 August 2014 Using detailed information collected by ESA’s Rosetta spacecraft during its first two weeks at Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, five locations have been identified as candidate sites to set down the Philae lander in November – the first time a landing...
ESA and CNES experts ready for Galileo’s first orbits20 August 2014
ESA and CNES experts ready for Galileo’s first orbits20 August 2014 Lift-off for Galileo satellites 5 and 6 is set for Thursday, 21 August, at 12:31 GMT (14:31 CEST) on a Soyuz rocket from the Guiana Space Centre, French Guiana. Just 9 minutes and 23 seconds later, the Fregat upper stage carrying the payload will sep...