How the GSA rebooted the Galileo satellite system

By |julij 22nd, 2019|aerospace, Galileo, Mars, News, satellite navigation|

Galileo, the global navigation satellite system that went live in 2016, malfunctioned for a whole week (11-19 July) as it suffered from a partial outage, caused by the European Space Agency changing the software. EURACTIV's partner La Tribune reports.

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European wind survey satellite launched from French Guyana

By |avgust 23rd, 2018|Aeolus, aerospace, Earth Science, European Space Agency, News, Rocket, Science, Technology|

Europe launched a rocket from French Guyana on Wednesday, to put a satellite into orbit which will track global winds, allowing for improved weather forecasting, Arianespace said.

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European Space Agency to launch British satellite amid Brexit tensions

By |avgust 22nd, 2018|Aeolus, aerospace, Brexit, David Davis, European Space Agency, Galileo, News, United Kingdom|

A British-built European Space Agency (ESA) satellite system, Aeolus, will be launched into orbit on Wednesday evening (22 August).

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More space for more Europe

By |januar 19th, 2018|aerospace, Copernicus, EGNOS, European defence, European Space Agency, FP9, Galileo, Horizon 2020, News, space policy, space research|

2018 will be a crucial year to shape a stimulating new narrative for EU space policy. Jean-Loic Galle lists a couple of key points ahead of the 10th EU space policy conference taking place in Brussels on 23 and 24 January.

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