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ESA's New Gossamer Sail System Aims To Float Dangerous Space Junk To A Fiery Death

ESA's New Gossamer Sail System Aims To Float Dangerous Space Junk To A Fiery Death
Anyone who’s seen the Oscar-baiting visual spectacle that is Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, knows...
Read more Dec 23 2013, 10:27am CST
 

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Satellite Falling to Earth may Cause Damage

Satellite falling to Earth may cause Damage
A satellite that is about to come falling down to earth could cause damage. While the chances that it will harm someone may be very few, they still do exist.
Read more Nov 7 2013, 2:58am CST
 

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ESA is offering the chance to work at Concordia research station in Antarctica

Source: PhysOrg.com

A view of the European Space Agency (ESA
Are you a team player who is unafraid of long isolation? Do you have a medical degree and a healthy love of extremes? ESA is offering the chance of a lifetime to run space experiments in one of the world's most isolated places: Concordia research ...
Full article at: PhysOrg.com 5 days ago, 7:10am CDT
 

Albert Einstein Launched in Space

Albert Einstein Launched in Space
The European counterpart to NASA, the ESA has launched its cargo ship, the “Albert Einstein” into outer space. It is a heavy vehicle and will meet up with the International Space Station that is already orbiting planet earth.
Read more Jun 6 2013, 6:16am CDT
 

'Cosmic Sperm' Discovered In Deep Space

Source: The Huffington Post: UK Edition

Dow Falls As Technology Sector Stocks Tumble
The European Space Agency has been involved in some incredible discoveries in recent years. But for sheer beauty and, let's face it, tittering schoolboy humour, none quite matches the majesty of Protostar IRAS 20324+4057. AKA, the Cosmic Sperm. The 'Tadpole', as it's officially dubbed on ESA's website, actually contains multiple protostars within its 'head'. When a protostar gathers enough mass from a ...
Full article at: The Huffington Post: UK Edition 1 week ago, 8:52am CDT
 

O’Dowd quit call over ESA £17m ‘mess’

Source: Fermanagh Today

A view of the European Space Agency (ESA
Calls have been made for the education minister to resign after he gave orders to end work on the controversial Education and Skills Authority (ESA), which had cost the taxpayer £17m over eight y ...
Full article at: Fermanagh Today Apr 11 2014, 3:57am CDT
 

E3 2009 was a Hit

E3 2009 was a Hit
The Entertainment Software Association closed the annual E3 Expo yesterday and announced the dates for E3 2010. Next...
Read more Jun 5 2009, 7:00am CDT
 

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ESA's Sentinel-1 Gets Its Own Theme Music

Source: RedOrbit

Former Soviet Space Capsule To Be Auctioned
Sentinel-1A, the first satellite for Europe’s environmental monitoring Copernicus program, is being launched from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana on April 3, 2014. It will be lofted into orbit on a Soyuz rocket. This animation shows some of the critical stages delivering Sentinel-1 into orbit around Earth. After separating from the Fregat upper stage, the satellite takes around 10 hours to deploy its 12 m-long radar and two 10m-long solar wings. Th ...
Full article at: RedOrbit Apr 7 2014, 5:04am CDT
 

Sentinel-1 Unfolds In New ESA Animation

Source: RedOrbit

Astronauts, Scientists Testify At Hearing On Future Of Human Spaceflight
Sentinel-1 is the first in a family of satellites built specifically to provide a stream of timely data for Europe’s ambitious Copernicus environmental monitoring program. It carries an advanced radar instrument to image Earth’s surface through cloud and rain and regardless of whether it is day or night. During launch, this 12 m-long radar and the solar wings are folded, but once the satellite is released into orbit they deploy in a specific ...
Full article at: RedOrbit Apr 4 2014, 5:51am CDT
 

E3 Expo 2009 going back to its Roots

E3 Expo 2009 going back to its Roots
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA), organize of the E3 Expo updates with some details on the E3 Expo 2009. As...
Read more Feb 3 2009, 8:46am CST
 


 

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