Proba-V data ready for use03 December 2013
Proba-V data ready for use03 December 2013 Less than seven months after launch, Earth-watcher Proba-V is ready to provide global vegetation data for operational and scientific use.
ESA research helps set standard for next-generation satellite broadband11 November 2013 Imagine having broadband connectivity available anywhere, anytime, across virtually all of planet Earth.
ESA rover completes exploring Mars-like desert16 October 2013
ESA rover completes exploring Mars-like desert16 October 2013 Braving high winds, dust devils and unpredictable terrain, ESA’s test rover has completed its exploration across – and under – Chile’s Mars-like Atacama Desert.
ESA’s test rover begins exploring Atacama Desert09 October 2013
ESA’s test rover begins exploring Atacama Desert09 October 2013 ESA’s test rover has been fitted with scientific instruments and made its first tracks in the sands of Chile’s Atacama Desert. Meanwhile, team members have explored the area to select a suitable site for testing, flying a drone to produce an aer...
Thousands meet astronauts and space experts at ESA’s technical heart08 October 2013 The entrance line snaked back down the road long before the official start of the Open Day at ESA’s technical centre on Sunday, marked with an all-star astronaut introduction and big-screen Ariane 5 rocket launch.
ESA’s Clean Space initiative to be presented to UK space sector03 October 2013 Details of ESA’s new Clean Space initiative – developing new technologies to safeguard the terrestrial and orbital environments – are due to be shared with leading UK space firms and researchers at Harwell on Tuesday 29 October.