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Space debris threat

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Space debris is becoming an increasingly serious problem that could bring humanity's progress in space as we have known it to date to a...

James Webb, the most powerful telescope in history, to be launched...

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After years of delay, the James Webb Space Telescope will be launched this Friday, December 24, from Kourou, French Guiana. It is the successor to...

The Solar Orbiter makes its first flight over Venus

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The Solar Orbiter of the European Space Agency (ESA) has just carried out its first flight over Venus without problems. It happened at 12:39...

Crowdless, an app that tells us where there are crowds of...

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Although most countries are still in quarantine as the only effective measure to avoid massive covid-19 infections, the truth is that at the end...

Connecting schools around the world via satellite

Teachers and students from rural schools in South Africa and Italy are benefiting from an ESA-supported project that enriches education through satcoms. Twelve schools with...

ESA’s planetary defence test set for 2020

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31 March 2015.- If an asteroid were spotted headed towards Earth, what could humanity do about it? ESA’s latest mission is part of a...

Where the water came from?

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Recent discoveries of the ESA's Rosetta mission gave new clues about the origin of the water in Earth or at least seems to discard...

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