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AI challenged to stave off collisions in space09 October 2019
AI challenged to stave off collisions in space09 October 2019 ESA is challenging machine learning experts to help forecast and prevent collisions in space. The Agency’s Advanced Concepts Team and Space Debris Office have come together to set up the latest in a series of AI-themed competitions based on actual spa...
Space Debris Training Course 2019 prepares university students for future challenges28 May 2019 Space debris poses a serious threat to our satellites in orbit, and is a problem that is only set to get worse. To help tackle the challenge, ESA’s Education and Space Debris Offices are training the next generation of space scient...
ESA and the United Nations team up for space debris24 May 2019 Like climate change and the need for sustainable development itself, space debris is now a global concern – affecting everyone who relies on satellites in their daily life.
Mission control 'saves science'17 May 2019
Mission control 'saves science'17 May 2019 Every minute, ESA’s Earth observation satellites gather dozens of gigabytes of data about our planet – enough information to fill the pages on a 100-metre long bookshelf. Flying in low-Earth orbits, these spacecraft are continuously taking the pulse o...
Recognising sustainable behaviour06 May 2019
Recognising sustainable behaviour06 May 2019 Solving the growing problem of space debris will require everyone who flies rockets and satellites to adhere to sustainable practices, which doesn’t always happen. Now there will be a way to recognise those who do.