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02/11/202016:00

Sea-level rise and Copernicus Sentinel-6 live

ESA WEB TV ONE

Ahead of the impending launch of the Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite, join our experts for a live discussion on the spaceborne technology that measures sea-level rise and how this contributes to our understanding of global climate change. Sea levels have not only been rising over the last years, but accelerating, putting coastal communities and multiple megacities at risk. On 10 November, Sentinel-6 will be launched to map, measure and monitor exactly this, so we can understand and mitigate its consequences. Moderated by spacecraft operations engineer Thomas Ormston, the panel for this event includes Sentinel-6 mission scientist Craig Donlon, ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano, ‘Sentinerd’ Laura Gibson-ten Bloemendal and film director Marc Bauder.

Duration 01:00:00
03/11/202016:00

Élévation du niveau de la mer et Copernicus Sentinel-6 live

ESA WEB TV ONE

En amont du lancement imminent du satellite Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich, rejoignez nos experts pour une discussion en direct à propos de la technologie spatiale qui mesure l’élévation du niveau de la mer et de la manière dont elle contribue à notre compréhension du changement climatique à l’échelle mondiale. Non seulement le niveau de la mer s’élève ces dernières années, mais il s’élève à un rythme qui s‘accélère, mettant en danger les communautés côtières et de nombreuses mégalopoles. Le satellite Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich sera lancé le 10 novembre 2020 avec pour objectif de cartographier, mesurer et surveiller cela afin que nous puissions en comprendre et atténuer les causes et les conséquences. Cette discussion sera modérée par Yves-Louis Desnos de l’ESA, avec à ses côtés Marie-Hélène Rio, scientifique des applications océaniques à l’ESA, Benoit Meyssignac, scientifique spécialiste des océans et du climat au CNES et au LEGOS, Marion Semblat, présidente de l’association Time for the Ocean, et Estelle Obligis, responsable des applications marines à Eumetsat.

Duration 01:00:00
04/11/202016:00

Meeresspiegelanstieg und Copernicus Sentinel-6 live

ESA WEB TV ONE

Im Vorfeld des Starts der Satellitenmission Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich werden unsere Experten live über die weltraumgestützte Technologie zur Messung des Meeresspiegelanstiegs diskutieren und darüber, wie diese zu unserem Verständnis des globalen Klimawandels beiträgt. Der Meeresspiegel ist in den letzten Jahren nicht nur angestiegen, sondern hat sich auch beschleunigt, wodurch Küstengemeinden und auch Megastädte gefährdet sind. Am 10. November wird Sentinel-6 gestartet, um genau dies zu kartieren, zu messen und zu überwachen, damit wir die Ursachen und Folgen verstehen und mildern können. Robert Meisner, ESA Erdbeobachtung, wird mit ESA-Astronaut Alexander Gerst, Cristian Bank von EUMETSAT, Jörn Hoffmann vom Deutschen Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt und ESA-Direktor Josef Aschbacher sprechen.

Duration 01:00:00
05/11/202016:00

Innalzamento del livello del mare e Copernicus Sentinel-6 live

ESA WEB TV ONE

In vista dell’imminente lancio del satellite Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich, unitevi ai nostri esperti per un incontro in diretta sulla tecnologia spaziale che misura l’innalzamento del livello del mare e come ciò contribuisce alla nostra comprensione del cambiamento climatico globale. I livelli del mare non solo sono aumentati negli ultimi anni, ma hanno subito un’accelerazione, mettendo a rischio le comunità costiere e diverse megalopoli. Il 10 novembre, Sentinel-6 sarà lanciato per mappare, misurare e monitorare esattamente ciò, e permetterci di comprendere e mitigarne le sue conseguenze. Moderato da Matteo Massicci, Divulgatore Scientifico, BFC SPACE, il pannello di esperti include Simonetta Cheli, Capo della strategia, programmi e ufficio coordinamento Osservazione della Terra dell’ESA, Marcello Passaro, esperto di oceanografia satellitare, altimetria radar e ricerca sul livello del mare, Università Tecnica di Monaco di Baviera, Fabrizio Battazza, Responsabile di Programma, Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), Paolo Ruti, Capo Scienziato, EUMETSAT.

Duration 01:00:00

Daily programme — all times in CET

01:00

Wake up in space

on air

Start your day with spectacular imagery from space.

Duration 07:00:00
08:00

ISS lifestyle

What’s it like to live in space? Join astronauts at 400 km high on the International Space Station. From meals to sleeping to cutting hair, ESA astronauts give us an insider’s view of life in space. It’s not all fun and games – conducting experiments on themselves is part of the job!

Duration 00:30:00
08:30

El espacio en español – Space in Spanish

Descubre las actividades espaciales Europeas en tu idioma. Este programa ofrece una introducción a distintas misiones espaciales relacionadas con la Tierra, Marte y más allá. ¡Explora nuestro Sistema Solar y conoce a nuestro amigo alienígena, Paxi!

Duration 00:30:00
09:00

Dealing with space debris

With the space highways set to become busier, keeping space clean is a top priority. Discover the ESA initiatives to detect and manage debris, including how spacecraft operators steer satellites back into Earth’s atmosphere.

Duration 00:30:00
09:30

Back to the stars with Thomas Pesquet

ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet is set to go back to the International Space Station (ISS) on SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft in 2021. Thomas’s second mission to the ISS is called ‘Alpha’ after Alpha Centauri, the closest stellar system to Earth. In this programme, catch up with Thomas at the training facilities of NASA’s Johnson Space Center where he’s joined by fellow ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer. Take a look back on his first mission – called Proxima – and see what innovations Thomas is looking forward to on his return to the ISS.

Duration 00:30:00
10:00

Das Weltall in Ihrer Sprache – Space in German

Entdecken Sie die europäischen Weltraumaktivitäten auf Deutsch. Dieses Programm lässt Sie in eine Vielzahl von Raumfahrtmissionen eintauchen, von der Erde zum Mars und darüber hinaus. Entdecken Sie unser Sonnensystem mit unserem außerirdischen Freund Paxi oder werfen Sie einen Blick in das Missionskontrollzentrum der ESA in Darmstadt.

Duration 01:00:00
11:00

Earth from space

From 800 km high, satellites are taking the pulse of our planet from space. Join our weekly tour from some of the most remote places, to your own backyard. Satellites not only help us better understand our environment, but are improving our daily lives.

Duration 00:30:00
11:30

Meet the experts

Experts from a variety of space activities talk about their respective fields and why they are important. This hour-long programme begins with an introduction to how rockets launch from Earth…and other planets. We then look to the future of Moon exploration, and how life in the isolation of space is being prepared for in remote Antarctica. Scientists working with data from satellites that look out in space and back at Earth tell us about their research and what it means. Get an insider’s look at the satellite systems that tell us where we are and how to get to where we want to go, and discover the efforts begin made to keep space clean. Finally, see how a sports scientists works with astronauts, and meet a member of a team that prepares for the future of the space sector.

Duration 01:00:00
12:30

Stories from the lab

The Materials and Electrical Components Laboratory at ESA’s ESTEC establishment in the Netherlands supports ESA projects at all stages of development. In this 30-minute programme, discover how experts found solution for a variety of issues from a stuck mobile gantry to Gaia’s failed memory modules. See how ‘beta cloth’ fibre was tested for resilience for the Aeolus mission, and how engineers research how spacecraft material respond to the extreme environment of space over time. The lab is an impartial authority – decades of accumulated experience to back up project teams, equipped to carry out a wide variety of tests in-house, or turn to a network of external facilities when required.

Duration 00:30:00
13:00

Astronaut coffee break

So what is it really like to go to space (and back)? Join ESA astronauts Alexander Gerst, Samantha Cristoforetti, Luca Parmitano and Thomas Pesquet as they discuss living and working in space. Topics include video production, landing in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft, housekeeping and the perils of opening food on the International Space Station.

Duration 00:30:00
13:30

Working at ESA

What is it like to work at a space agency? Meet some of ESA’s workforce including Young Graduate Trainees and Research Fellows who explain some of the projects they’re involved in and what it’s like to work in space. Get acquainted with some of ESA's multiple locations across Europe, and each establishment's area of expertise. Success has a different meaning for everyone – as ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano explains at the end of this programme.

Duration 00:30:00
14:00

Espace en français – Space in French

Découvrez les activités spatiales européennes dans votre langue. Ce programme présente toute une variété de missions spatiales pour la Terre, Mars et au-delà. Découvrez notre système solaire avec Paxi, le sympathique 'extra terrestre et faites un tour de la Station Spatiale Internationale avec Thomas Pesquet.

Duration 01:00:00
15:00

Relive Asteroid Day

A replay of our live transmission: the latest news and updates from the European Space Agency hosted by award-winning science and space journalist Richard Hollingham, producer of the Space Boffins podcast. Programme will include behind-the-scenes discussions with experts from ESA as well as top researchers and scientists from European universities on asteroids, meteorite hunting in the Antarctic and public outreach.

Duration 01:00:00
16:00

What’s space got to do with it?

From air quality to growing blood vessels, see how space is part of our everyday lives. Satellites flying high above our heads are providing information and support services that benefit us directly – and we may not even know it. In addition, the technology built for and tested in space can be used here on Earth for innovative applications.

Duration 00:30:00
16:30

Lo spazio in italiano – Space in Italian

Scopri le attività spaziali europee nella tua lingua. Questo programma offre una panoramica sulla vita degli astronauti, sullo sviluppo dei lanciatori e missioni spaziali, e un'introduzione al sistema solare e alla luna con il nostro amico alieno, Paxi.

Duration 01:00:00
17:30

Latest from ESA

A selection of highlights of the latest news from ESA’s activities. Get a glimpse of the first images from Solar Orbiter – no images of the Sun have ever been taken at such a close distance! ESA continues to work on space solutions during the Covid-19 pandemic, with activities such as the B-LiFE space-enabled mobile lab and monitoring impacts on our environment with satellites. Discover ESA’s 5G Hub and space economy activities. Operations continue at ESA’s mission control in Germany, and we celebrate 30 years of the ground station in Kiruna, northern Sweden. Learn about the next mission to bring humans to the Moon, and discover the Copernicus Sentinel-6 mission that will examine sea-level rise. In the latest ESA Web TV short feature, learn about the delicate Arctic environment and how it’s changing, and look ahead to the launch of SeoSat. At the end of this programme we bring you 13 things you need to know about space.

Duration 01:00:00
18:30

Discover space with Paxi

For kids of all ages: join Paxi, a friendly alien, as he explores Earth, the Moon and beyond. The adventure starts with an introduction to our green friend, and then we follow him through the Solar System. Understanding how our home planet works is important too – and Paxi is ready to teach us!

Duration 00:30:00
19:00

Connecting and navigating

From satcoms to GPS, learn how satellites help you find where you are, get you where you want to go, and help you stay connected. This programme introduces space’s part in the 5G revolution and the benefits of satellite communication technology from crisis management to aviation. Take a look back on the development of Europe’s own global satellite navigation system, Galileo.

Duration 00:30:00
19:30

Advancing Earth observation

Revisit some of the major conferences that explore how satellites observe our planet and the future of these technologies. World-class scientists, along with representatives from space agencies and international organisations came together at ESA’s Living Planet Symposium in Milan last year to discuss the latest in satellite Earth observation. At ESA’s second ɸ-week, researchers explored how open science and innovation can benefit from the latest digital technologies to help shape future Earth observation missions and services.

Duration 00:30:00
20:00

Space out

Relax with a selection of dazzling imagery from space.

Duration 04:00:00
01:00

Wake up in space

Start your day with spectacular imagery from space.

Duration 07:00:00
08:00

Leadership at Mission Control

Join Head of Mission Operations Paolo Ferri as he takes us through major events in his career at ESA, solving the unexpected problems that are part of any space endeavour. Paolo describes three missions that suffered unexpected and potentially fatal flaws: Smart-1, Cluster and Exosat, and how on-the-ground knowledge, innovation and ingenuity prevented their untimely demise, allowing the science to go on. Recounting his personal experiences, he illustrates the importance of effective communication, as well as leadership, coaching and learning – and lesson learned while working under pressure. For the full set of Paolo’s master class, see our Videos on Demand.

Duration 01:00:00
09:00

Discover space with Paxi

For kids of all ages: join Paxi, a friendly alien, as he explores Earth, the Moon and beyond. The adventure starts with an introduction to our green friend, and then we follow him through the Solar System. Understanding how our home planet works is important too – and Paxi is ready to teach us!

Duration 00:30:00
09:30

Space for our climate

From their vantage point in space, satellites provide us with a global view of the changes happening to our planet. These changes include shrinking glaciers, rising sea levels, changes in atmospheric composition, diminishing sea-ice cover, and more. Learn how ESA provides the long-term data coverage needed to monitor climate change on a global scale.

Duration 00:30:00
10:00

Tour the ISS with Luca and Drew

ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano and NASA astronaut Drew Morgan take you on a unique tour of the International Space Station shot in one take with two cameras strapped together. Luca and Drew take it in turns to guide you through the modules and spacecraft docked to the orbital outpost. Starting from the Soyuz MS-15 spacecraft that bought Drew to the Space Station, the duo show each module and spacecraft docked with the International Space Station at the time it was recorded around the New Year 2020. Passing colleagues include NASA astronaut Jessica Meir and Christina Koch exercising and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Oleg Skripochka. The tour ends with a view from the Station’s Cupola observatory.

Duration 01:00:00
11:00

What’s space got to do with it?

From air quality to growing blood vessels, see how space is part of our everyday lives. Satellites flying high above our heads are providing information and support services that benefit us directly – and we may not even know it. In addition, the technology built for and tested in space can be used here on Earth for innovative applications.

Duration 00:30:00
11:30

Flying missions

In this programme, get acquainted with ESA’s mission control centre, responsible for flying multiple spacecraft, and the global network of ground stations that keeps track. From the Arctic to the Antarctic, these ground stations communicate with the spacecraft, send commands and receive their valuable data. Back at the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany, teams work around the clock to operate spacecraft and ensure they are functioning properly. This 30-minute programme ends with a short film – ‘The Burn’ – that offers a glimpse into the time-critical manoeuvres ESA’s operations teams are sometimes faced with.

Duration 00:30:00
12:00

Earth from space

From 800 km high, satellites are taking the pulse of our planet from space. Join our weekly tour from some of the most remote places, to your own backyard. Satellites not only help us better understand our environment, but are improving our daily lives.

Duration 00:30:00
12:30

Return to the Moon

A peek into the developing technologies for lunar exploration. Look back on past Moon missions and ESA’s plans for sending new missions to the lunar surface – including the concept for a Moon base.

Duration 00:30:00
13:00

Lo spazio in italiano – Space in Italian

Scopri le attività spaziali europee nella tua lingua. Questo programma offre una panoramica sulla vita degli astronauti, sullo sviluppo dei lanciatori e missioni spaziali, e un'introduzione al sistema solare e alla luna con il nostro amico alieno, Paxi.

Duration 01:00:00
14:00

Das Weltall in Ihrer Sprache – Space in German

Entdecken Sie die europäischen Weltraumaktivitäten auf Deutsch. Dieses Programm lässt Sie in eine Vielzahl von Raumfahrtmissionen eintauchen, von der Erde zum Mars und darüber hinaus. Entdecken Sie unser Sonnensystem mit unserem außerirdischen Freund Paxi oder werfen Sie einen Blick in das Missionskontrollzentrum der ESA in Darmstadt.

Duration 01:00:00
15:00

The Red Planet

Discover Mars and the missions dedicated to advancing our knowledge of the Red Planet. The ESA Kids mascot Paxi begins this programme with an introduction to Mars, followed by an overview of the ExoMars missions. Get an up-close view of the Martian terrain with images from Mars Express, and learn about the potential for brining pieces of Mars back to Earth.

Duration 00:30:00
15:30

Astronaut coffee break

So what is it really like to go to space (and back)? Join ESA astronauts Alexander Gerst, Samantha Cristoforetti, Luca Parmitano and Thomas Pesquet as they discuss living and working in space. Topics include video production, landing in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft, housekeeping and the perils of opening food on the International Space Station.

Duration 00:30:00
16:00

Training for unknown terrain

Astronauts undergo rigorous training that prepares them to adapt to and survive in harsh conditions. Follow the simulation of an Earth-landing gone wrong and how astronauts – or any explorers – stay alive until help arrives. With preparations underway to send humans back to the Moon and onto Mars, astronauts need to learn how to cope with long-duration spaceflight, orient themselves in unknown territory and conduct useful research about their surroundings whilst enduring it.

Duration 00:30:00
16:30

Latest from ESA

A selection of highlights of the latest news from ESA’s activities. Get a glimpse of the first images from Solar Orbiter – no images of the Sun have ever been taken at such a close distance! ESA continues to work on space solutions during the Covid-19 pandemic, with activities such as the B-LiFE space-enabled mobile lab and monitoring impacts on our environment with satellites. Discover ESA’s 5G Hub and space economy activities. Operations continue at ESA’s mission control in Germany, and we celebrate 30 years of the ground station in Kiruna, northern Sweden. Learn about the next mission to bring humans to the Moon, and discover the Copernicus Sentinel-6 mission that will examine sea-level rise. In the latest ESA Web TV short feature, learn about the delicate Arctic environment and how it’s changing, and look ahead to the launch of SeoSat. At the end of this programme we bring you 13 things you need to know about space.

Duration 01:00:00
17:30

Meet the experts

Experts from a variety of space activities talk about their respective fields and why they are important. This hour-long programme begins with an introduction to how rockets launch from Earth…and other planets. We then look to the future of Moon exploration, and how life in the isolation of space is being prepared for in remote Antarctica. Scientists working with data from satellites that look out in space and back at Earth tell us about their research and what it means. Get an insider’s look at the satellite systems that tell us where we are and how to get to where we want to go, and discover the efforts begin made to keep space clean. Finally, see how a sports scientists works with astronauts, and meet a member of a team that prepares for the future of the space sector.

Duration 01:00:00
18:30

Hubble highlights

Revisit some of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope’s biggest science discoveries from its three decades in operation. This programme kicks off with an introduction to the ‘Mother of Hubble’ Nancy Roman, then takes us on a tour of some of the telescope’s big finds. Explore how Hubble’s observations will be complemented by those of the upcoming NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope.

Duration 00:30:00
19:00

Espace en français – Space in French

Découvrez les activités spatiales européennes dans votre langue. Ce programme présente toute une variété de missions spatiales pour la Terre, Mars et au-delà. Découvrez notre système solaire avec Paxi, le sympathique 'extra terrestre et faites un tour de la Station Spatiale Internationale avec Thomas Pesquet.

Duration 01:00:00
20:00

Space out

Relax with a selection of dazzling imagery from space.

Duration 04:00:00
01:00

Wake up in space

Start your day with spectacular imagery from space.

Duration 07:00:00
08:00

Watching for asteroids

Discover the latest technology being used to watch for roaming rocks …and the truth about the dinosaurs. This programme offers an overview of where asteroids come from, why they are a threat and what is being done to monitor their movement. Learn about the possibilities of asteroid deflection, or even sending humankind to visit them.

Duration 00:30:00
08:30

Espace en français – Space in French

Découvrez les activités spatiales européennes dans votre langue. Ce programme présente toute une variété de missions spatiales pour la Terre, Mars et au-delà. Découvrez notre système solaire avec Paxi, le sympathique 'extra terrestre et faites un tour de la Station Spatiale Internationale avec Thomas Pesquet.

Duration 01:00:00
09:30

Meet the experts

Experts from a variety of space activities talk about their respective fields and why they are important. This hour-long programme begins with an introduction to how rockets launch from Earth…and other planets. We then look to the future of Moon exploration, and how life in the isolation of space is being prepared for in remote Antarctica. Scientists working with data from satellites that look out in space and back at Earth tell us about their research and what it means. Get an insider’s look at the satellite systems that tell us where we are and how to get to where we want to go, and discover the efforts begin made to keep space clean. Finally, see how a sports scientists works with astronauts, and meet a member of a team that prepares for the future of the space sector.

Duration 01:00:00
10:30

Working at ESA

What is it like to work at a space agency? Meet some of ESA’s workforce including Young Graduate Trainees and Research Fellows who explain some of the projects they’re involved in and what it’s like to work in space. Get acquainted with some of ESA's multiple locations across Europe, and each establishment's area of expertise. Success has a different meaning for everyone – as ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano explains at the end of this programme.

Duration 00:30:00
11:00

Back to the stars with Thomas Pesquet

ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet is set to go back to the International Space Station (ISS) on SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft in 2021. Thomas’s second mission to the ISS is called ‘Alpha’ after Alpha Centauri, the closest stellar system to Earth. In this programme, catch up with Thomas at the training facilities of NASA’s Johnson Space Center where he’s joined by fellow ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer. Take a look back on his first mission – called Proxima – and see what innovations Thomas is looking forward to on his return to the ISS.

Duration 00:30:00
11:30

Space for our climate

From their vantage point in space, satellites provide us with a global view of the changes happening to our planet. These changes include shrinking glaciers, rising sea levels, changes in atmospheric composition, diminishing sea-ice cover, and more. Learn how ESA provides the long-term data coverage needed to monitor climate change on a global scale.

Duration 00:30:00
12:00

Das Weltall in Ihrer Sprache – Space in German

Entdecken Sie die europäischen Weltraumaktivitäten auf Deutsch. Dieses Programm lässt Sie in eine Vielzahl von Raumfahrtmissionen eintauchen, von der Erde zum Mars und darüber hinaus. Entdecken Sie unser Sonnensystem mit unserem außerirdischen Freund Paxi oder werfen Sie einen Blick in das Missionskontrollzentrum der ESA in Darmstadt.

Duration 01:00:00
13:00

Return to the Moon

A peek into the developing technologies for lunar exploration. Look back on past Moon missions and ESA’s plans for sending new missions to the lunar surface – including the concept for a Moon base.

Duration 00:30:00
13:30

Training for unknown terrain

Astronauts undergo rigorous training that prepares them to adapt to and survive in harsh conditions. Follow the simulation of an Earth-landing gone wrong and how astronauts – or any explorers – stay alive until help arrives. With preparations underway to send humans back to the Moon and onto Mars, astronauts need to learn how to cope with long-duration spaceflight, orient themselves in unknown territory and conduct useful research about their surroundings whilst enduring it.

Duration 00:30:00
14:00

Health and fitness

Physical health is important for everyone – including astronauts. To endure the harsh conditions of human spaceflight they undergo rigorous training both on Earth and in space. This is not just beneficial for their personal health, but contributes to important research for health and medicine. Join our astronauts as they introduce us to their fitness routines and explain some of the experiments they have participated in to advance medical knowledge.

Duration 00:30:00
14:30

Advancing Earth observation

Revisit some of the major conferences that explore how satellites observe our planet and the future of these technologies. World-class scientists, along with representatives from space agencies and international organisations came together at ESA’s Living Planet Symposium in Milan last year to discuss the latest in satellite Earth observation. At ESA’s second ɸ-week, researchers explored how open science and innovation can benefit from the latest digital technologies to help shape future Earth observation missions and services.

Duration 00:30:00
15:00

Latest from ESA

A selection of highlights of the latest news from ESA’s activities. Get a glimpse of the first images from Solar Orbiter – no images of the Sun have ever been taken at such a close distance! ESA continues to work on space solutions during the Covid-19 pandemic, with activities such as the B-LiFE space-enabled mobile lab and monitoring impacts on our environment with satellites. Discover ESA’s 5G Hub and space economy activities. Operations continue at ESA’s mission control in Germany, and we celebrate 30 years of the ground station in Kiruna, northern Sweden. Learn about the next mission to bring humans to the Moon, and discover the Copernicus Sentinel-6 mission that will examine sea-level rise. In the latest ESA Web TV short feature, learn about the delicate Arctic environment and how it’s changing, and look ahead to the launch of SeoSat. At the end of this programme we bring you 13 things you need to know about space.

Duration 01:00:00
16:00

Sea-level rise and Copernicus Sentinel-6

live
ESA WEB TV ONE

Ahead of the impending launch of the Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite, join our experts for a live discussion on the spaceborne technology that measures sea-level rise and how this contributes to our understanding of global climate change. Sea levels have not only been rising over the last years, but accelerating, putting coastal communities and multiple megacities at risk. On 10 November, Sentinel-6 will be launched to map, measure and monitor exactly this, so we can understand and mitigate its consequences. Moderated by spacecraft operations engineer Thomas Ormston, the panel for this event includes Sentinel-6 mission scientist Craig Donlon, ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano, ‘Sentinerd’ Laura Gibson-ten Bloemendal and film director Marc Bauder.

Duration 01:00:00
17:00

Earth from space

From 800 km high, satellites are taking the pulse of our planet from space. Join our weekly tour from some of the most remote places, to your own backyard. Satellites not only help us better understand our environment, but are improving our daily lives.

Duration 00:30:00
17:30

The amazing adventure of Rosetta and Philae

Follow Rosetta and Philae on their incredible ten-year journey through the Solar System to their destination: Comet 67P. Find out how Rosetta and Philae first got inspired to visit a comet, then join their journey. Watch as Philae tries to land on the comet and deals with some unexpected challenges! Learn about the fascinating observations that Rosetta made as she watched the comet change before her eyes.

Duration 00:30:00
18:00

Revisiting Rosetta

A look back on the Rosetta mission and the continuing science that is guiding the future of cometary exploration. Meet some of the key scientists who worked on the mission from the sidelines of the 49th Rosetta science workshop, and take in the views of the comet captured by Rosetta’s OSIRIS camera.

Duration 00:30:00
18:30

El espacio en español – Space in Spanish

Descubre las actividades espaciales Europeas en tu idioma. Este programa ofrece una introducción a distintas misiones espaciales relacionadas con la Tierra, Marte y más allá. ¡Explora nuestro Sistema Solar y conoce a nuestro amigo alienígena, Paxi!

Duration 00:30:00
19:00

Flying missions

In this programme, get acquainted with ESA’s mission control centre, responsible for flying multiple spacecraft, and the global network of ground stations that keeps track. From the Arctic to the Antarctic, these ground stations communicate with the spacecraft, send commands and receive their valuable data. Back at the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany, teams work around the clock to operate spacecraft and ensure they are functioning properly. This 30-minute programme ends with a short film – ‘The Burn’ – that offers a glimpse into the time-critical manoeuvres ESA’s operations teams are sometimes faced with.

Duration 00:30:00
19:30

What’s space got to do with it?

From air quality to growing blood vessels, see how space is part of our everyday lives. Satellites flying high above our heads are providing information and support services that benefit us directly – and we may not even know it. In addition, the technology built for and tested in space can be used here on Earth for innovative applications.

Duration 00:30:00
20:00

Space out

Relax with a selection of dazzling imagery from space.

Duration 04:00:00
01:00

Wake up in space

Start your day with spectacular imagery from space.

Duration 07:00:00
08:00

Das Weltall in Ihrer Sprache – Space in German

Entdecken Sie die europäischen Weltraumaktivitäten auf Deutsch. Dieses Programm lässt Sie in eine Vielzahl von Raumfahrtmissionen eintauchen, von der Erde zum Mars und darüber hinaus. Entdecken Sie unser Sonnensystem mit unserem außerirdischen Freund Paxi oder werfen Sie einen Blick in das Missionskontrollzentrum der ESA in Darmstadt.

Duration 01:00:00
09:00

Next-generation launchers

The next generation of Europe’s vehicles to space are getting ready to take to the skies. A more powerful version of the Vega launcher, Vega-C, has been developed, while Ariane 6 will enable Europe to maintain leadership in the fast-changing commercial launch service market while responding to the needs of European institutional missions. Both will ensure Europe’s independent access to space.

Duration 00:30:00
09:30

El espacio en español – Space in Spanish

Descubre las actividades espaciales Europeas en tu idioma. Este programa ofrece una introducción a distintas misiones espaciales relacionadas con la Tierra, Marte y más allá. ¡Explora nuestro Sistema Solar y conoce a nuestro amigo alienígena, Paxi!

Duration 00:30:00
10:00

Watching for asteroids

Discover the latest technology being used to watch for roaming rocks …and the truth about the dinosaurs. This programme offers an overview of where asteroids come from, why they are a threat and what is being done to monitor their movement. Learn about the possibilities of asteroid deflection, or even sending humankind to visit them.

Duration 00:30:00
10:30

Latest from ESA

A selection of highlights of the latest news from ESA’s activities. Get a glimpse of the first images from Solar Orbiter – no images of the Sun have ever been taken at such a close distance! ESA continues to work on space solutions during the Covid-19 pandemic, with activities such as the B-LiFE space-enabled mobile lab and monitoring impacts on our environment with satellites. Discover ESA’s 5G Hub and space economy activities. Operations continue at ESA’s mission control in Germany, and we celebrate 30 years of the ground station in Kiruna, northern Sweden. Learn about the next mission to bring humans to the Moon, and discover the Copernicus Sentinel-6 mission that will examine sea-level rise. In the latest ESA Web TV short feature, learn about the delicate Arctic environment and how it’s changing, and look ahead to the launch of SeoSat. At the end of this programme we bring you 13 things you need to know about space.

Duration 01:00:00
11:30

Connecting and navigating

From satcoms to GPS, learn how satellites help you find where you are, get you where you want to go, and help you stay connected. This programme introduces space’s part in the 5G revolution and the benefits of satellite communication technology from crisis management to aviation. Take a look back on the development of Europe’s own global satellite navigation system, Galileo.

Duration 00:30:00
12:00

What’s space got to do with it?

From air quality to growing blood vessels, see how space is part of our everyday lives. Satellites flying high above our heads are providing information and support services that benefit us directly – and we may not even know it. In addition, the technology built for and tested in space can be used here on Earth for innovative applications.

Duration 00:30:00
12:30

Espace en français – Space in French

Découvrez les activités spatiales européennes dans votre langue. Ce programme présente toute une variété de missions spatiales pour la Terre, Mars et au-delà. Découvrez notre système solaire avec Paxi, le sympathique 'extra terrestre et faites un tour de la Station Spatiale Internationale avec Thomas Pesquet.

Duration 01:00:00
13:30

ISS lifestyle

What’s it like to live in space? Join astronauts at 400 km high on the International Space Station. From meals to sleeping to cutting hair, ESA astronauts give us an insider’s view of life in space. It’s not all fun and games – conducting experiments on themselves is part of the job!

Duration 00:30:00
14:00

Hubble highlights

Revisit some of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope’s biggest science discoveries from its three decades in operation. This programme kicks off with an introduction to the ‘Mother of Hubble’ Nancy Roman, then takes us on a tour of some of the telescope’s big finds. Explore how Hubble’s observations will be complemented by those of the upcoming NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope.

Duration 00:30:00
14:30

Leadership at Mission Control

Join Head of Mission Operations Paolo Ferri as he takes us through major events in his career at ESA, solving the unexpected problems that are part of any space endeavour. Paolo describes three missions that suffered unexpected and potentially fatal flaws: Smart-1, Cluster and Exosat, and how on-the-ground knowledge, innovation and ingenuity prevented their untimely demise, allowing the science to go on. Recounting his personal experiences, he illustrates the importance of effective communication, as well as leadership, coaching and learning – and lesson learned while working under pressure. For the full set of Paolo’s master class, see our Videos on Demand.

Duration 01:00:00
15:30

Space for our climate

From their vantage point in space, satellites provide us with a global view of the changes happening to our planet. These changes include shrinking glaciers, rising sea levels, changes in atmospheric composition, diminishing sea-ice cover, and more. Learn how ESA provides the long-term data coverage needed to monitor climate change on a global scale.

Duration 00:30:00
16:00

Élévation du niveau de la mer et Copernicus Sentinel-6

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ESA WEB TV ONE

En amont du lancement imminent du satellite Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich, rejoignez nos experts pour une discussion en direct à propos de la technologie spatiale qui mesure l’élévation du niveau de la mer et de la manière dont elle contribue à notre compréhension du changement climatique à l’échelle mondiale. Non seulement le niveau de la mer s’élève ces dernières années, mais il s’élève à un rythme qui s‘accélère, mettant en danger les communautés côtières et de nombreuses mégalopoles. Le satellite Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich sera lancé le 10 novembre 2020 avec pour objectif de cartographier, mesurer et surveiller cela afin que nous puissions en comprendre et atténuer les causes et les conséquences. Cette discussion sera modérée par Yves-Louis Desnos de l’ESA, avec à ses côtés Marie-Hélène Rio, scientifique des applications océaniques à l’ESA, Benoit Meyssignac, scientifique spécialiste des océans et du climat au CNES et au LEGOS, Marion Semblat, présidente de l’association Time for the Ocean, et Estelle Obligis, responsable des applications marines à Eumetsat.

Duration 01:00:00
17:00

Earth from space

From 800 km high, satellites are taking the pulse of our planet from space. Join our weekly tour from some of the most remote places, to your own backyard. Satellites not only help us better understand our environment, but are improving our daily lives.

Duration 00:30:00
17:30

Return to the Moon

A peek into the developing technologies for lunar exploration. Look back on past Moon missions and ESA’s plans for sending new missions to the lunar surface – including the concept for a Moon base.

Duration 00:30:00
18:00

Flying missions

In this programme, get acquainted with ESA’s mission control centre, responsible for flying multiple spacecraft, and the global network of ground stations that keeps track. From the Arctic to the Antarctic, these ground stations communicate with the spacecraft, send commands and receive their valuable data. Back at the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany, teams work around the clock to operate spacecraft and ensure they are functioning properly. This 30-minute programme ends with a short film – ‘The Burn’ – that offers a glimpse into the time-critical manoeuvres ESA’s operations teams are sometimes faced with.

Duration 00:30:00
18:30

The amazing adventure of Rosetta and Philae

Follow Rosetta and Philae on their incredible ten-year journey through the Solar System to their destination: Comet 67P. Find out how Rosetta and Philae first got inspired to visit a comet, then join their journey. Watch as Philae tries to land on the comet and deals with some unexpected challenges! Learn about the fascinating observations that Rosetta made as she watched the comet change before her eyes.

Duration 00:30:00
19:00

Revisiting Rosetta

A look back on the Rosetta mission and the continuing science that is guiding the future of cometary exploration. Meet some of the key scientists who worked on the mission from the sidelines of the 49th Rosetta science workshop, and take in the views of the comet captured by Rosetta’s OSIRIS camera.

Duration 00:30:00
19:30

Working at ESA

What is it like to work at a space agency? Meet some of ESA’s workforce including Young Graduate Trainees and Research Fellows who explain some of the projects they’re involved in and what it’s like to work in space. Get acquainted with some of ESA's multiple locations across Europe, and each establishment's area of expertise. Success has a different meaning for everyone – as ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano explains at the end of this programme.

Duration 00:30:00
20:00

Space out

Relax with a selection of dazzling imagery from space.

Duration 04:00:00
01:00

Wake up in space

Start your day with spectacular imagery from space.

Duration 07:00:00
08:00

Discover space with Paxi

For kids of all ages: join Paxi, a friendly alien, as he explores Earth, the Moon and beyond. The adventure starts with an introduction to our green friend, and then we follow him through the Solar System. Understanding how our home planet works is important too – and Paxi is ready to teach us!

Duration 00:30:00
08:30

Dealing with space debris

With the space highways set to become busier, keeping space clean is a top priority. Discover the ESA initiatives to detect and manage debris, including how spacecraft operators steer satellites back into Earth’s atmosphere.

Duration 00:30:00
09:00

Stories from the lab

The Materials and Electrical Components Laboratory at ESA’s ESTEC establishment in the Netherlands supports ESA projects at all stages of development. In this 30-minute programme, discover how experts found solution for a variety of issues from a stuck mobile gantry to Gaia’s failed memory modules. See how ‘beta cloth’ fibre was tested for resilience for the Aeolus mission, and how engineers research how spacecraft material respond to the extreme environment of space over time. The lab is an impartial authority – decades of accumulated experience to back up project teams, equipped to carry out a wide variety of tests in-house, or turn to a network of external facilities when required.

Duration 00:30:00
09:30

Lo spazio in italiano – Space in Italian

Scopri le attività spaziali europee nella tua lingua. Questo programma offre una panoramica sulla vita degli astronauti, sullo sviluppo dei lanciatori e missioni spaziali, e un'introduzione al sistema solare e alla luna con il nostro amico alieno, Paxi.

Duration 01:00:00
10:30

ISS lifestyle

What’s it like to live in space? Join astronauts at 400 km high on the International Space Station. From meals to sleeping to cutting hair, ESA astronauts give us an insider’s view of life in space. It’s not all fun and games – conducting experiments on themselves is part of the job!

Duration 00:30:00
11:00

Space for our climate

From their vantage point in space, satellites provide us with a global view of the changes happening to our planet. These changes include shrinking glaciers, rising sea levels, changes in atmospheric composition, diminishing sea-ice cover, and more. Learn how ESA provides the long-term data coverage needed to monitor climate change on a global scale.

Duration 00:30:00
11:30

Working at ESA

What is it like to work at a space agency? Meet some of ESA’s workforce including Young Graduate Trainees and Research Fellows who explain some of the projects they’re involved in and what it’s like to work in space. Get acquainted with some of ESA's multiple locations across Europe, and each establishment's area of expertise. Success has a different meaning for everyone – as ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano explains at the end of this programme.

Duration 00:30:00
12:00

Health and fitness

Physical health is important for everyone – including astronauts. To endure the harsh conditions of human spaceflight they undergo rigorous training both on Earth and in space. This is not just beneficial for their personal health, but contributes to important research for health and medicine. Join our astronauts as they introduce us to their fitness routines and explain some of the experiments they have participated in to advance medical knowledge.

Duration 00:30:00
12:30

El espacio en español – Space in Spanish

Descubre las actividades espaciales Europeas en tu idioma. Este programa ofrece una introducción a distintas misiones espaciales relacionadas con la Tierra, Marte y más allá. ¡Explora nuestro Sistema Solar y conoce a nuestro amigo alienígena, Paxi!

Duration 00:30:00
13:00

Leadership at Mission Control

Join Head of Mission Operations Paolo Ferri as he takes us through major events in his career at ESA, solving the unexpected problems that are part of any space endeavour. Paolo describes three missions that suffered unexpected and potentially fatal flaws: Smart-1, Cluster and Exosat, and how on-the-ground knowledge, innovation and ingenuity prevented their untimely demise, allowing the science to go on. Recounting his personal experiences, he illustrates the importance of effective communication, as well as leadership, coaching and learning – and lesson learned while working under pressure. For the full set of Paolo’s master class, see our Videos on Demand.

Duration 01:00:00
14:00

Meet the experts

Experts from a variety of space activities talk about their respective fields and why they are important. This hour-long programme begins with an introduction to how rockets launch from Earth…and other planets. We then look to the future of Moon exploration, and how life in the isolation of space is being prepared for in remote Antarctica. Scientists working with data from satellites that look out in space and back at Earth tell us about their research and what it means. Get an insider’s look at the satellite systems that tell us where we are and how to get to where we want to go, and discover the efforts begin made to keep space clean. Finally, see how a sports scientists works with astronauts, and meet a member of a team that prepares for the future of the space sector.

Duration 01:00:00
15:00

Latest from ESA

A selection of highlights of the latest news from ESA’s activities. Get a glimpse of the first images from Solar Orbiter – no images of the Sun have ever been taken at such a close distance! ESA continues to work on space solutions during the Covid-19 pandemic, with activities such as the B-LiFE space-enabled mobile lab and monitoring impacts on our environment with satellites. Discover ESA’s 5G Hub and space economy activities. Operations continue at ESA’s mission control in Germany, and we celebrate 30 years of the ground station in Kiruna, northern Sweden. Learn about the next mission to bring humans to the Moon, and discover the Copernicus Sentinel-6 mission that will examine sea-level rise. In the latest ESA Web TV short feature, learn about the delicate Arctic environment and how it’s changing, and look ahead to the launch of SeoSat. At the end of this programme we bring you 13 things you need to know about space.

Duration 01:00:00
16:00

Meeresspiegelanstieg und Copernicus Sentinel-6

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ESA WEB TV ONE

Im Vorfeld des Starts der Satellitenmission Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich werden unsere Experten live über die weltraumgestützte Technologie zur Messung des Meeresspiegelanstiegs diskutieren und darüber, wie diese zu unserem Verständnis des globalen Klimawandels beiträgt. Der Meeresspiegel ist in den letzten Jahren nicht nur angestiegen, sondern hat sich auch beschleunigt, wodurch Küstengemeinden und auch Megastädte gefährdet sind. Am 10. November wird Sentinel-6 gestartet, um genau dies zu kartieren, zu messen und zu überwachen, damit wir die Ursachen und Folgen verstehen und mildern können. Robert Meisner, ESA Erdbeobachtung, wird mit ESA-Astronaut Alexander Gerst, Cristian Bank von EUMETSAT, Jörn Hoffmann vom Deutschen Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt und ESA-Direktor Josef Aschbacher sprechen.

Duration 01:00:00
17:00

Earth from space

From 800 km high, satellites are taking the pulse of our planet from space. Join our weekly tour from some of the most remote places, to your own backyard. Satellites not only help us better understand our environment, but are improving our daily lives.

Duration 00:30:00
17:30

Espace en français – Space in French

Découvrez les activités spatiales européennes dans votre langue. Ce programme présente toute une variété de missions spatiales pour la Terre, Mars et au-delà. Découvrez notre système solaire avec Paxi, le sympathique 'extra terrestre et faites un tour de la Station Spatiale Internationale avec Thomas Pesquet.

Duration 01:00:00
18:30

The Red Planet

Discover Mars and the missions dedicated to advancing our knowledge of the Red Planet. The ESA Kids mascot Paxi begins this programme with an introduction to Mars, followed by an overview of the ExoMars missions. Get an up-close view of the Martian terrain with images from Mars Express, and learn about the potential for brining pieces of Mars back to Earth.

Duration 00:30:00
19:00

Das Weltall in Ihrer Sprache – Space in German

Entdecken Sie die europäischen Weltraumaktivitäten auf Deutsch. Dieses Programm lässt Sie in eine Vielzahl von Raumfahrtmissionen eintauchen, von der Erde zum Mars und darüber hinaus. Entdecken Sie unser Sonnensystem mit unserem außerirdischen Freund Paxi oder werfen Sie einen Blick in das Missionskontrollzentrum der ESA in Darmstadt.

Duration 01:00:00
20:00

Space out

Relax with a selection of dazzling imagery from space.

Duration 04:00:00
01:00

Wake up in space

Start your day with spectacular imagery from space.

Duration 07:00:00
08:00

Advancing Earth observation

Revisit some of the major conferences that explore how satellites observe our planet and the future of these technologies. World-class scientists, along with representatives from space agencies and international organisations came together at ESA’s Living Planet Symposium in Milan last year to discuss the latest in satellite Earth observation. At ESA’s second ɸ-week, researchers explored how open science and innovation can benefit from the latest digital technologies to help shape future Earth observation missions and services.

Duration 00:30:00
08:30

Flying missions

In this programme, get acquainted with ESA’s mission control centre, responsible for flying multiple spacecraft, and the global network of ground stations that keeps track. From the Arctic to the Antarctic, these ground stations communicate with the spacecraft, send commands and receive their valuable data. Back at the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany, teams work around the clock to operate spacecraft and ensure they are functioning properly. This 30-minute programme ends with a short film – ‘The Burn’ – that offers a glimpse into the time-critical manoeuvres ESA’s operations teams are sometimes faced with.

Duration 00:30:00
09:00

Latest from ESA

A selection of highlights of the latest news from ESA’s activities. Get a glimpse of the first images from Solar Orbiter – no images of the Sun have ever been taken at such a close distance! ESA continues to work on space solutions during the Covid-19 pandemic, with activities such as the B-LiFE space-enabled mobile lab and monitoring impacts on our environment with satellites. Discover ESA’s 5G Hub and space economy activities. Operations continue at ESA’s mission control in Germany, and we celebrate 30 years of the ground station in Kiruna, northern Sweden. Learn about the next mission to bring humans to the Moon, and discover the Copernicus Sentinel-6 mission that will examine sea-level rise. In the latest ESA Web TV short feature, learn about the delicate Arctic environment and how it’s changing, and look ahead to the launch of SeoSat. At the end of this programme we bring you 13 things you need to know about space.

Duration 01:00:00
10:00

Dealing with space debris

With the space highways set to become busier, keeping space clean is a top priority. Discover the ESA initiatives to detect and manage debris, including how spacecraft operators steer satellites back into Earth’s atmosphere.

Duration 00:30:00
10:30

Back to the stars with Thomas Pesquet

ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet is set to go back to the International Space Station (ISS) on SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft in 2021. Thomas’s second mission to the ISS is called ‘Alpha’ after Alpha Centauri, the closest stellar system to Earth. In this programme, catch up with Thomas at the training facilities of NASA’s Johnson Space Center where he’s joined by fellow ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer. Take a look back on his first mission – called Proxima – and see what innovations Thomas is looking forward to on his return to the ISS.

Duration 00:30:00
11:00

Stories from the lab

The Materials and Electrical Components Laboratory at ESA’s ESTEC establishment in the Netherlands supports ESA projects at all stages of development. In this 30-minute programme, discover how experts found solution for a variety of issues from a stuck mobile gantry to Gaia’s failed memory modules. See how ‘beta cloth’ fibre was tested for resilience for the Aeolus mission, and how engineers research how spacecraft material respond to the extreme environment of space over time. The lab is an impartial authority – decades of accumulated experience to back up project teams, equipped to carry out a wide variety of tests in-house, or turn to a network of external facilities when required.

Duration 00:30:00
11:30

Astronaut coffee break

So what is it really like to go to space (and back)? Join ESA astronauts Alexander Gerst, Samantha Cristoforetti, Luca Parmitano and Thomas Pesquet as they discuss living and working in space. Topics include video production, landing in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft, housekeeping and the perils of opening food on the International Space Station.

Duration 00:30:00
12:00

Lo spazio in italiano – Space in Italian

Scopri le attività spaziali europee nella tua lingua. Questo programma offre una panoramica sulla vita degli astronauti, sullo sviluppo dei lanciatori e missioni spaziali, e un'introduzione al sistema solare e alla luna con il nostro amico alieno, Paxi.

Duration 01:00:00
13:00

Tour the ISS with Luca and Drew

ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano and NASA astronaut Drew Morgan take you on a unique tour of the International Space Station shot in one take with two cameras strapped together. Luca and Drew take it in turns to guide you through the modules and spacecraft docked to the orbital outpost. Starting from the Soyuz MS-15 spacecraft that bought Drew to the Space Station, the duo show each module and spacecraft docked with the International Space Station at the time it was recorded around the New Year 2020. Passing colleagues include NASA astronaut Jessica Meir and Christina Koch exercising and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Oleg Skripochka. The tour ends with a view from the Station’s Cupola observatory.

Duration 01:00:00
14:00

Watching for asteroids

Discover the latest technology being used to watch for roaming rocks …and the truth about the dinosaurs. This programme offers an overview of where asteroids come from, why they are a threat and what is being done to monitor their movement. Learn about the possibilities of asteroid deflection, or even sending humankind to visit them.

Duration 00:30:00
14:30

Das Weltall in Ihrer Sprache – Space in German

Entdecken Sie die europäischen Weltraumaktivitäten auf Deutsch. Dieses Programm lässt Sie in eine Vielzahl von Raumfahrtmissionen eintauchen, von der Erde zum Mars und darüber hinaus. Entdecken Sie unser Sonnensystem mit unserem außerirdischen Freund Paxi oder werfen Sie einen Blick in das Missionskontrollzentrum der ESA in Darmstadt.

Duration 01:00:00
15:30

Space for our climate

From their vantage point in space, satellites provide us with a global view of the changes happening to our planet. These changes include shrinking glaciers, rising sea levels, changes in atmospheric composition, diminishing sea-ice cover, and more. Learn how ESA provides the long-term data coverage needed to monitor climate change on a global scale.

Duration 00:30:00
16:00

Innalzamento del livello del mare e Copernicus Sentinel-6

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ESA WEB TV ONE

In vista dell’imminente lancio del satellite Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich, unitevi ai nostri esperti per un incontro in diretta sulla tecnologia spaziale che misura l’innalzamento del livello del mare e come ciò contribuisce alla nostra comprensione del cambiamento climatico globale. I livelli del mare non solo sono aumentati negli ultimi anni, ma hanno subito un’accelerazione, mettendo a rischio le comunità costiere e diverse megalopoli. Il 10 novembre, Sentinel-6 sarà lanciato per mappare, misurare e monitorare esattamente ciò, e permetterci di comprendere e mitigarne le sue conseguenze. Moderato da Matteo Massicci, Divulgatore Scientifico, BFC SPACE, il pannello di esperti include Simonetta Cheli, Capo della strategia, programmi e ufficio coordinamento Osservazione della Terra dell’ESA, Marcello Passaro, esperto di oceanografia satellitare, altimetria radar e ricerca sul livello del mare, Università Tecnica di Monaco di Baviera, Fabrizio Battazza, Responsabile di Programma, Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), Paolo Ruti, Capo Scienziato, EUMETSAT.

Duration 01:00:00
17:00

Earth from space

From 800 km high, satellites are taking the pulse of our planet from space. Join our weekly tour from some of the most remote places, to your own backyard. Satellites not only help us better understand our environment, but are improving our daily lives.

Duration 00:30:00
17:30

What’s space got to do with it?

From air quality to growing blood vessels, see how space is part of our everyday lives. Satellites flying high above our heads are providing information and support services that benefit us directly – and we may not even know it. In addition, the technology built for and tested in space can be used here on Earth for innovative applications.

Duration 00:30:00
18:00

Return to the Moon

A peek into the developing technologies for lunar exploration. Look back on past Moon missions and ESA’s plans for sending new missions to the lunar surface – including the concept for a Moon base.

Duration 00:30:00
18:30

ISS lifestyle

What’s it like to live in space? Join astronauts at 400 km high on the International Space Station. From meals to sleeping to cutting hair, ESA astronauts give us an insider’s view of life in space. It’s not all fun and games – conducting experiments on themselves is part of the job!

Duration 00:30:00
19:00

El espacio en español – Space in Spanish

Descubre las actividades espaciales Europeas en tu idioma. Este programa ofrece una introducción a distintas misiones espaciales relacionadas con la Tierra, Marte y más allá. ¡Explora nuestro Sistema Solar y conoce a nuestro amigo alienígena, Paxi!

Duration 00:30:00
19:30

Next-generation launchers

The next generation of Europe’s vehicles to space are getting ready to take to the skies. A more powerful version of the Vega launcher, Vega-C, has been developed, while Ariane 6 will enable Europe to maintain leadership in the fast-changing commercial launch service market while responding to the needs of European institutional missions. Both will ensure Europe’s independent access to space.

Duration 00:30:00
20:00

Space out

Relax with a selection of dazzling imagery from space.

Duration 04:00:00