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ESA News

  • To boldly go, again
    The award-winning Space Rocks returns to the indigo at The O2 in London on 21 September for another celebration of space science and engineering, along with the art, music and science fiction inspired …
  • The first DJ in space
    ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano made space (and music) history on 13 August when he broadcast the first DJ music set from orbit, performing to an audience of over 3000 people as part of the BigCityBeats …
  • Dark meets light on Mars
    ESA’s Mars Express has captured the cosmic contrast of Terra Cimmeria, a region in the southern highlands of Mars marked by impact craters, water-carved valleys, and sand and dust in numerous chocolat …
  • EDRS-C successfully launched
    The second satellite to join the constellation that forms the European Data Relay System (EDRS) has been successfully launched. The satellite was launched on board an Ariane 5 from Europe’s Spaceport …
  • Two weeks of science and Beyond
    Over two weeks have flown by since ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano was launched to the International Space Station for his second six-month stay in orbit. His arrival, alongside NASA astronaut Andrew Mor …

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Satellite News Digest

  • Space and Missile Systems Center releases OSP-4 solicitation
    The U.S. Air Force's Rocket Systems Launch Program Office, part of the Space and Missile Systems Center's Launch Enterprise, has released a solicitation for the Orbital Services Program-4 In …
  • Smart Dragon to fly this year
    China's Smart Dragon-1 (SD-1) rocket will carry a satellite developed by a commercial Chinese space company in its upcoming launch, the Beijing Daily reported.
  • NASA selects smallsat demo proposals
    NASA has selected two proposals to demonstrate small satellite technologies to improve science observations in deep space, which could help NASA develop better models to predict space weather events t …

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