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Freitag, September 30, 2016

the guardian: Rosetta mission ends with touchdown on comet 67P - as it happened

And this seems like a good place to end the coverage today. The final, final images have just been shown. We know that science data was flowing back to Earth from Rosetta until the final moment of touch down. We know that it is going to take years to fully analyse all the data. [more...]

Dienstag, Januar 31, 2012

ESA: Vega flight VV01 launch window opens on 9 February 2012

ESA’s new, small launcher will carry nine satellites into orbit on its very first flight: Italian space agency’s LARES and ALMASat-1 with seven CubeSats from European universities. 

ESA’s new Vega rocket is now fully assembled on its launch pad. Final preparations are in full swing for the rocket’s inaugural flight from Europe’s Spaceport. The launch window opens on 9 February.

The upper composite, comprising LARES, ALMASat-1, seven CubeSats, the payload adapter and the fairing, was moved to the pad late Monday night. A night transfer is the standard practice in Kourou to avoid overheating the payloads. [more...]

OUFTI-1: Erster Satellit mit D-STAR-Repeater