ESA releases data to reveal how climate change impacts lakes

An expansion of a global data series that enables scientists to explore how the climate crisis impacts the world’s lakes has been released. This new climate data record – which covers some 2000 lakes across the world – draws on information delivered by numerous international Earth observation missions.  Development of the dataset was coordinated by Read More

ENAIRE and the Club for Excellence in Management organise a meeting on resilience and transformation with CEOs from large companies

2025 Flight Plan Arias, a company that received the EFQM 500 Seal in 2021, shared the experience of Spain's air navigation service providerThe scalability of services in response to demand, the internationalisation of the company and the cultural, digital and organisational transformation comprise ENAIRE's transformation strategiesIn attendance, together with ENAIRE and the Club for Excellence Read More

ENAIRE improves operations at the Girona- Costa Brava Airport with satellite navigation

New approach procedures The new procedure has been put in service at RWY 01The safety and resilience of operations are further improved, as is the continuity of the air navigation serviceENAIRE, the first company in Spain to be FPD certified, designs, documents and validates the new flight procedure, including maintenance and periodic review ENAIRE, Spain's Read More

ESA : Methane detected over Poland’s coal mines

Data from the Tropomi instrument onboard the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite has been used to detect methane plumes over some of Europe’s largest methane-emitting coal mines. Methane is an important greenhouse gas emitted from natural sources, such as wetlands, as well as human activities including agriculture, wastewater management and fossil-fuel production. Methane is the second most Read More

SpaceX launches Starlink 4-12 on Saturday morning March 19th 2022

…with record 12th flight booster B-1051 Historic early morning hours today Saturday at 12:42:30 AM EDT for SpaceX Starlink 4-12 with the launch of 53 Starlink satellites and the first time 12th flight & landing of B-1051 in their fleet of reflown boosters from SLC-40 Cape Canaveral Florida. The launch was pushed to the second Read More

Artemis 1 is safely transported to LC-39B during the night and is now off crawler #2!

As the early morning heavy fog finally lifted by mid morning it revealed that crawler #2 successfully delivered this NASA ESA heavy lift vehicle to launch complex 39B with the MLP Mobile Launch Platform and is off the transport crawler. It is estimated that the wet dress rehearsal will take a month before the vehicle Read More

ESA – ExoMars suspended

As an intergovernmental organisation mandated to develop and implement space programmes in full respect with European values, we deeply deplore the human casualties and tragic consequences of the aggression towards Ukraine. While recognising the impact on scientific exploration of space, ESA is fully aligned with the sanctions imposed on Russia by its Member States. ExoMars Read More

Rollout of NASA’s Mega Moon Rocket Inches Closer with Addition of Worm Logo

Earlier today, engineers and technicians at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida drove Crawler Transporter-2, which will carry NASA’s Moon rocket to the launch pad, to the doors of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB). Soon, the 6.6-million-pound crawler will go inside the VAB and slide under the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft placed Read More

ENAIRE recovered 78.8% of flights in February compared to the record levels of 2019

The trend to recovering toward pre-COVID traffic levels continues Domestic flights fared the best, with a recovery of 83.9%ENAIRE managed more than 105,000 flights in the second month of the yearIf the flights are compared to those of January 2021, the number is 208.3% higherThe recovery of air traffic in Spain exceeds the European averageInternational Read More