Grounded flights could skew weather forecasts

By |marec 27th, 2020|European Space Agency, News, weather|

Europe’s ability to predict the weather will suffer because of the coronavirus outbreak’s impact on aviation, a leading research institute warned this week, explaining that fleets of grounded aircraft mean forecasters have less meteorological data to work wit

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Astronaut tips to survive lockdown: Talk, teamwork and treats

By |marec 27th, 2020|coronavirus, European Space Agency, News, Space|

Stick to a daily routine, stay connected with family and treat yourself occasionally - those are some of the tips German astronauts gave for surviving lockdown during the coronavirus crisis, which they said was much like their time in space.

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Air pollution plummets as virus curbs traffic, new data reveals

By |marec 25th, 2020|Air Pollution, European Environment Agency, European Space Agency, News, NO2|

Pollution levels have dropped by more than 50% in parts of Europe, according to new figures published by the European Environmental Agency (EEA) on Wednesday (25 March), as coronavirus lockdown measures empty city streets of traffic.

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EU’s ‘life on Mars’ mission delayed until 2022

By |marec 12th, 2020|European Space Agency, ExoMars, Mars, News|

The European Space Agency and its Russian partner, Roscosmos, announced on Thursday (12 March) that a planned mission to Mars will be postponed, blaming it on a mixture of safety concerns and the coronavirus outbreak.

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‘Agri-tech’ spreading like wildfire across French farms

By |februar 24th, 2020|agri-tech, CAP, Digital, European Space Agency, Ferme Digitale, France, Innovation, InVivo, News, OECD, Precision farming, Smag|

Technology can already be found everywhere on French farms, but the so-called "agri-tech" trend wants to push innovation even further. Two hundred fifty of France's start-ups are already specialising in agriculture and working towards developing softwa...

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EU mission to find alien worlds blasts off

By |december 18th, 2019|EU space policy, European Space Agency, News|

Europe's CHEOPS planet-hunting satellite is set to leave Earth Wednesday morning (18 December) a day after its lift-off was delayed by a technical rocket glitch during the final countdown.

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Europe’s aims to clean up the space graveyard

By |september 3rd, 2019|European Space Agency, NASA, News, satellite, space debris, space research|

The amount of space junk around Earth has hit a critical point where it now poses risks to other spacecraft and satellites and has started to trigger human efforts to combat the security threat in outer space. A spaceship glides...

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Europe has ambitious plans to explore the universe

By |december 18th, 2018|European Space Agency, News, space policy|

Last spring marked 40 years since Czechoslovakian astronaut Vladimir Remek's flight to space and this year marks another anniversary. In November, the Czech Republic celebrated ten years since joining the European Space Agency (ESA). EURACTIV Czech Republic's media partner Aktuálně.cz 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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