What is Space19+?

ESA Web TV talks with ESA’s Director General Jan Wörner about the plans for ‘Space19+’, ESA’s next Ministerial Council, and its benefits for citizens.

Ministers from ESA’s Member States will come together in Seville, Spain, 27-28 November 2019, to secure financing for ESA’s activities in the coming years.

In this interview the Director General discusses the Space19+ proposal including his plans for space programmes to be carried out by the Agency beyond 2019, covering all aspects of space activities: science and exploration, applications, access to space, operations, research and development. The Space19+ plan also puts ESA in a world-leading position in the emerging field of space safety and security.

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A taste of astronomy at ESA

To explore some of the biggest questions in astronomy, ESA operates a fleet of space science missions that are exploring our Solar System and observing the Universe across the electromagnetic spectrum.

In this video, Günther Hasinger, ESA Director of Science, reflects on current challenges in space science, from planets and life to the fundamental workings of the Universe. Then, María Santos-Lleo, XMM-Newton Science Operations Manager, explains how ESA’s flagship X-ray observatory collects data from some of the most energetic sources in the cosmos. Finally, Bruno Merin, Head of the ESAC Science Data Centre, shows how data from ESA’s space science missions are stored and made available to the worldwide community.

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Explore the Universe with ESASky, an online application that allows users to visualise the sky as observed by ESA’s astronomy missions: http://bit.ly/ESASky

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Astro Pi webinar 2018/19

The Astro Pi team answers the technical questions from students who are participating in the European Astro Pi Challenge – Mission Space Lab.

Credits: ESA and Raspberry Pi Foundation

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Earth from space: Uruguay River wetlands

In this episode of #EarthfromSpace, the Copernicus Sentinel-2B satellite takes us along the lower reaches of the Uruguay River, from the ESA Web TV studios.

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Fifteen years imaging the Red Planet

On 25 December 2003, ESA’s Mars Express entered orbit around the Red Planet. The spacecraft began returning the first images from orbit using its High Resolution Stereo Camera just a couple of weeks later, and over the course of its fifteen year history has captured thousands of images covering the globe.

This video compilation highlights some of the stunning scenes revealed by this long-lived mission. From breathtaking horizon-to-horizon views to the close-up details of ice- and dune-filled craters, and from the polar ice caps and water-carved valleys to ancient volcanoes and plunging canyons, Mars Express has traced billions of years of geological history and evolution.

For regular news and image releases from Mars Express see http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Space_Science/Mars_Express

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2019 preview

ESA is looking forward to another interesting year in 2019.

ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano will return to the International Space Station, in Science Cheops will look at exoplanets, while the EDRS-C satellite will start the era of super-fast data relay on orbit.

In Kourou preparation will go full speed for Vega-C, a more powerful version of ESA’s light weight launcher, also paving the way for future Ariane 6.

And in November in Spain at ‘Space 19+’, the Council at Ministerial level, ESA will propose to its Member States a bold vision for a strong Europe in Space.

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BepiColombo: preparations & launch (timelapse)

This year saw ESA’s science exploration mission BepiColombo begin its seven year cruise to the innermost planet of our Solar System: Mercury. This timelapse recalls some of the preparations that went into readying the mission at Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana.

The mission, a joint endeavour between ESA and JAXA, comprises three spacecraft modules: ESA’s Mercury Planetary Orbiter and JAXA’s Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter that will study all aspects of Mercury from their complementary orbits around the planet, and ESA’s Mercury Transfer Module that will bring them to the planet using a combination of solar electric propulsion and nine planetary flybys.

The video includes testing of the individual spacecraft units, stacking of the three modules and a protective sunshield into their launch configuration, integration of the spacecraft inside the launcher fairing, roll out to the launch pad, and finally launch itself. The mission lifted off at 01:45:28 GMT on 20 October 2018.

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ESA highlights 2018

ESA can look back at a fulfilling year. It has been a year marked by new Earth Observation missions to analyse and protect our planet, in particular the completion of the first wave of Copernicus Sentinel satellites and the launch of Aeolus. Galileo also reached an important milestone – there are now 26 satellites in orbit. Other achievements include the October launch of BepiColombo, the ESA-JAXA mission to study Mercury, and the almost continuous presence of ESA astronauts on the International Space Station.

What was your favourite moment? Tell us in the comment section.

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Living in space

Over the last two decades, space agencies have created more comfortable conditions on the International Space Station, but we need to explore the concept of ‘living in space’ much further if humans are to ever live and work on another world, such as the Moon or Mars.

ESA’s Discovery and Preparation Programme works to prepare ESA for the future of space exploration. As part of this programme, ESA has worked with academic and industrial partners on a huge number of studies that lay the groundwork for living in space.

The technology that exists today could easily take us to the Moon and beyond, but it is studies like those carried out under the Discovery and Preparation Programme that will make a trip resourceful, sustainable and productive.

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Earth from space: South Georgia Island

In this episode of #EarthfromSpace, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over the southern Atlantic island of South Georgia, from the ESA Web TV studios.

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