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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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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[LIVE] Insight #SEISsurMars – atterrissage en direct sur Mars

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Suivez avec nous l’atterrissage en direct sur Mars de la mission InSight. Elle embarque notre sismomètre SEIS, une grande première !

Début du live à 18h30 (heure de Toulouse)
Touchdown actuellement prévu le 26/11/18 à 20h53 (heure de Toulouse)

Atterrissage de #SEISsurMars : les créateurs YouTube aux manettes !
Emission en direct du Créalab au CNES de Toulouse, animé par AstroVicnet (Stardust – La Chaîne Espace). Avec la participation de Tania Louis, Alice au pays des étoiles, Idariane (Rêves d’Espace), Hugo Lisoir, Eric Bottlaender.

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ESA Euronews: Looking for life on Mars with ExoMars

ExoMars is the first mission to head to the Red Planet to seek signs of life, now or in the past. It’s a massive scientific and technical challenge, and Euronews meets some of the team involved in this joint ESA-Roscosmos project in this month’s edition of Space.

Learn more about #ExoMars: http://bit.ly/ESAExoMars

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ESA Euronews: Mit ExoMars nach dem Leben auf dem Mars suchen

Bei der ExoMars-Mission, die nach Leben auf dem roten Planeten sucht, wächst die Spannung: Denn bereits der erste Satellit dieses europäisch-russischen Projekts entdeckte viel mehr Wassereis knapp unter der Marsoberfläche, als irgendjemand erwartet hatte. Jetzt arbeiten die Ingenieure fieberhaft daran, den Rover rechtzeitig zum Start im Jahr 2020 fertigzustellen.

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ESA Euronews: À la recherche de la vie sur Mars avec ExoMars

Space fait le point sur l’avancée de la mission ExoMars dont le deuxième volet consistera à envoyer prochainement un rover capable de forer le sol martien à la recherche d’éventuelles traces de vie.

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ESA Euronews: Az ExoMars-szal az életet a Marson keresi

Egyre nagyobb az izgalom az ExoMars küldetés körül, amely az élet nyomait kutatja majd a vörös bolygón. Az Egyesült Királyságban és Belgiumban találkozunk az ExoMars küldetésen dolgozó mérnökökkel.
Brúnó, a marsjáró másodpercenként legfeljebb két centiméteres sebességgel félig önállóan képes közlekedni a terepen. Annak a marsjárónak a tesztpéldánya, amely az élet jeleit keresi majd a Marson.

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[TEASER] Insight #SEISsurMars – évènement!

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Vidéo réalisée par le CNES !

Suivez avec nous l’atterrissage en direct sur Mars de la mission InSight. Elle embarque le sismomètre français SEIS, une grande première ! Live en simultané sur la chaine Stardust et celle du CNES

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Seront présents :
Erwin Dehouck, planétologue
Eric Bottlaender, journaliste
Tania Louis, de la chaine Tania Louis (Biologie)
Alice Thomas, de la chaine Alice au Pays des Etoiles
Isabelle, de la chaine Reves d’Espace
Carole et Eric, du CNES
et la participation vocale d’Hugo Lisoir

Atterrissage de #SEISsurMars : les créateurs YouTube aux manettes !
Emission en direct du Créalab, au CNES de Toulouse.

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App to the Moon – the Electronic Field Book

The European Space Agency is developing an innovative tool that integrates real-time positioning, data sharing, voice chat and much more.

This tool is called the Electronic Field Book, an all-in-one, easy-to-use platform that combines geological features with communications. This plug-and-play device is more than a means to take notes or check information on a tablet. An upgraded version of Electronic Field Book was used for the first time during the Pangaea 2018 campaign in Lanzarote, Spain.

Field repeaters with a reach of up to 100 m ensured communication with the science teams, even during an expedition inside a lava tube. The Electronic Field Book can record every step of the expedition and link the samples to places, and to other sets of samples. Every interaction with the scientists is also stored in the system.

The Field Book integrates inputs from other external tools such as microscopes, 360-degree cameras or spectrometers. Site maps, a glossary and a library of minerals are also available at your fingertips.

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Credits: Enzo Procopio

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European Student Earth Orbiter

The European Student Earth Orbiter (ESEO) is an educational micro-satellite, which involved European university students during the whole project lifecycle. This 50-kilogram microsatellite is now ready and waiting for launch on 19 November aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 launcher from California.
The student teams developed experiments on board ESEO include cameras for Earth imaging, a radiation dosimeter, a plasma detector, and demonstrators of technologies that can be used for future education satellite missions.

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