One ESA brochure

The One ESA brochure explores ESA’s establishments and how they work together on European space missions. Whether it’s training astronauts, developing launchers, telecoms innovation, Earth observation or our space safety programmes, everyone across the organisation works towards our goals as ‘One ESA’. Colourful illustrations bring our space activities to life. The brochure is printed in Read More

Webb glimpses field of extragalactic PEARLS, studded with galactic diamonds

The NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope has captured one of the first medium-deep wide-field images of the cosmos, featuring a region of the sky known as the North Ecliptic Pole. The image, which accompanies a paper published in the Astronomical Journal, is from the Prime Extragalactic Areas for Reionization and Lensing Science (PEARLS) GTO program. The Read More

One year ago, a perfect launch for the James Webb Space Telescope

The voice counted backwards in French from ten to one, then announced, “Décollage” – lift-off. The 15-year-long collaboration between NASA, ESA and the Canadian Space Agency had just entered its most critical phase: the launch itself. What happened next would determine whether the James Webb Space Telescope made it into space or not. Webb launch campaign Read More

Applications now open for the 3rd edition of the Clean Space Training Course 2023

In brief After the success of the pilot on-site edition in 2020 and online edition in 2021, ESA Academy is looking again for 30 highly motivated engineering Master and PhD students with a foundation knowledge of Space Systems Engineering to attend the Clean Space Training Course 2023 from 28 to 31 March 2023 at the Read More

First Two O3b mPOWER Satellites Successfully Launched today – with photos

Heralds an era of high-performance connectivity with SES delivering dedicated, carrier-grade solutions from space to customers whenever and wherever desired SES announced today that the first two O3b mPOWER satellites were successfully launched into space by a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida, United States, at 5:48 pm local Read More

ENAIRE is recognised by the Envera Foundation for its sustainability

• The award acknowledges ENAIRE's job placement programme for people with disabilities • The Envera project, in which ENAIRE is a partner, has managed to employ 247 people with mental, physical and/or sensory disabilities in Madrid, Barcelona, Málaga, Tenerife and Gran Canaria, 119 of them in the aviation sector ENAIRE, Spain's air navigation service provider, Read More

ENAIRE improves operations at the Reus Airport with new satellite-based navigation instrument approach procedures

• This further enhances the safety and consistency of operations, as well as the continuity of the airport's air navigation services • The new procedures rely on the European EGNOS system for runway 07 ENAIRE, the national air navigation service provider, has improved operations at the Reus Airport with new satellite-based navigation instrument approach procedures. Read More

EPSI and ESA to hold a webinar to promote the funding call for “Inclusive and Accessible Sport”

The European Platform for Sports Innovation (EPSI), in close collaboration with The European Space Agency (ESA), is organising a webinar for the promotion of ESA’s call “Inclusive and Accessible sport”. The online event will be hosted on the 15th of December from 2.00 pm to 3.00 pm CET. Participants are welcome to register using the Read More

The first private Japanese mission by ispace to softly land on the moon launched by SpaceX

... at 2:38 AM ET December 11th 2022 from Cape Canaveral Florida SLC-40.Hakuto-R M1 is a technology demonstration mission one and has survived the rigors of launch plus separation from the 2nd stage including deployment by SpaceX and is in communication with ispace headquarters in Japan for completion of two out of the 10 major Read More