Seeing the satnav for the trees15 June 2016
Seeing the satnav for the trees15 June 2016 ESA turned to the academic world to sharpen its understanding of how woodland vegetation can negatively affect the performance of satellite navigation systems.
Calling all university students interested in designing space missions10 June 2016 The ESA Academy Training and Learning Programme is offering a new opportunity to European students who are interested in learning how ESA is assessing technical and financial feasibility of future space missions and new spacecraft missions. ESA’s Educ...
Air conditioning goes green 06 June 2016
Air conditioning goes green 06 June 2016 The ingenuity of four space engineers has created a zero-emission air-conditioning system that doesn’t pollute our atmosphere when we turn it on.
Putting new energy into fashion23 May 2016
Putting new energy into fashion23 May 2016 An ESA-backed start-up company is working with fashion students to incorporate energy-harvesting devices in new space-inspired high-fashion designs. The results will be unveiled on a catwalk at the London Science Museum on 25 May.
Space Solutions conference: bringing space to Earth18 May 2016 A major European space conference is taking place in the Netherlands at the end of this month, highlighting the vital role that space technology plays in all our lives, and helping European industry to explore its business potential.
Calling all coders: your chance to forge software for space09 May 2016 Your chance is here to join the ESA Summer of Code in Space, to refine and extend open-source space-related software – and get paid for it.