Radarsatellit Sentinel-1A

Livestream der Sentinel-1 Startveranstaltung heute ab 21:30 Uhr MESZ

3 April 2014

Verfolgen Sie die Liveübertragung der Sentinel-1A-Startveranstaltung am Europäischen Satellitenkontrollzentrum ESOC in Darmstadt. Experten von ESA und Europäischer Komission werden auch die Ziele des neuen Europäischen Erdbeobachtungsprogramm Copernicus vorstellen.

 

Der Livestream beginnt um 21:30 MESZ und wird gegen Mitternacht enden.

Veranstaltungsprogramm in englischer Sprache:

 
21:30 Introduction by moderator Monika Jones
Welcome by Thomas Reiter, ESA Director of Human Spaceflight and Operations
21:40 Live feed from ESA Main Control Room: GO/NO-GO roll call with ESA Flight Director Pier Paolo Emanuelli
21:45 Messages from guest speakers
  • Brigitte Zypries, German aerospace coordinator
  • Volker Liebig, ESA Director of Earth Observation
  • Astrid Koch, European Commission
  • Guido Levrini, ESA Head of Copernicus Space Segment
  • Prof. Fabio Rocca, Polytechnic University of Milan
22:15 Panel discussion on Copernicus applications with experts from the European Maritime Safety Agency, Irish Coast Guard, Italian Civil Protection and space industry
22:30  Live feed from ESA's Main Control Room: Status update from ESA Deputy Flight Director Juan Piñeiro
22:35 Stage Talk: Industrial commitment and European cooperation with senior managers from Thales Alenia Space (Italy) and Airbus Defence and Space (Germany)
22:40 Video linkup live from Kourou: ESA Director General Jean-Jacques Dordain and Director of Earth Observation Volker Liebig
23:02 Live feed: Arianespace video transmission from Kourou, Europe’s spaceport
23:02 Liftoff of Sentinel-1A on Soyuz rocket from Kourou
23:15 Stage Talk: Satellite technology and data usage with ESA’s Pierre Potin, Sentinel-1 Mission Manager, and Dirk Geudtner, Sentinel-1 Systems Manager
23:25  Live feeds from Arianespace in Kourou and ESA's Main Control Room for separation and acquisition of first signal. Next steps for Sentinel-1 with Paolo Ferri, ESA Head of Mission Operations
23:44 Conclusion with ESA's Thomas Reiter and Guido Levrini

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