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Government’s stampede to placate big business risks overlooking scaleups

When Theresa May struck a grand bargain to secure Nissan’s commitment to manufacturing in the North East, she helped to save 7,000 jobs. She also triggered a debate about the level of support the..
City A.M.

More than €10bn pledged for European space programmes

more than €10bn pledged for european space programmes
The European Space Agency's (ESA) member states have agreed to allocate €10.3 billion to new space projects. EurActiv's partner La Tribune reports.
EurActiv

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News video: New Russian Space Suit Can Withstand Temperatures of -67 Fahrenheit

New Russian Space Suit Can Withstand Temperatures of -67 Fahrenheit 01:45

Check out Russia's new generation space suit, meant to protect cosmonauts and astronauts from the harsh realities of space travel. The Polar Bear freeze-proof space suit was designed to be worn just..
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News video: Real consequences of fake news leveled on a D.C. pizzeria and other nearby restaurants

Real consequences of fake news leveled on a D.C. pizzeria and other nearby restaurants 02:03

Comet Ping Pong customers came out to support the restaurant after a gunman entered it with an assault rifle, firing it at least once. Several other businesses on the block have received other threats..
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News video: ESA Moves Ahead with Planned Mars Mission

ESA Moves Ahead with Planned Mars Mission 00:44

The European Space Agency is moving ahead with a planned Mars mission for 2020. Despite a recently failed landing, the ESA's ExoMars 2020 lander will go ahead as scheduled. In October the agency's..
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News video: Images From Space Show San Francisco’s Millennium Tower Is Sinking

Images From Space Show San Francisco’s Millennium Tower Is Sinking 01:10

There has been a great deal of concern over the sinking of San Francisco’s Millennium Tower, and the European Space Agency, or ESA, recently gained additional insights into the issue.
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News video: These Are The First Images From ExoMars

These Are The First Images From ExoMars 00:48

The Trace Gas Orbiter’s onboard imaging system is taking amazingly detailed picture of Mars.
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Scientists find connection between chemicals found on different comets

A recent study published in Icarus has revealed similarities and relationships between certain types of chemicals found on 30 different comets, which vary widely in their overall composition compared..
DNA

Europe okays 1.4 bn euros for Mars rover, ISS

europe okays 1.4 bn euros for mars rover, iss
Paris (AFP) Dec 2, 2016 European ministers approved a 1.4-billion-euro ($1.5-billion) lifeline Friday for plans to place a life-seeking rover on Mars and maintain a presence on the International..
Space Daily Also reported by •Deutsche Welle

A 58-story skyscraper in San Francisco is sinking — here's why it probably won't fall

a 58-story skyscraper in san francisco is sinking — here's why it probably won't fall
On November 25, new satellite images revealed that San Francisco's Millennium Tower can be seen sinking from space. The 58-story luxury condo skyscraper has sunk 16 inches and tilted two inches..
Business Insider

ESA will fund ExoMars 2020 despite Schiaparelli's demise

The ExoMars mission will live on despite the Schiaparelli's lander unfortunate mishap. At a meeting in Switzerland, European Space Agency's member countries have agreed to set aside €436 million..
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

Hubble spies an irregular galaxy far, far away

Nearly 30 million light-years from Earth, in the direction of the constellation Virgo, lies an irregular galaxy named IC 3583. On Friday, NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) released an image of..
Raw Story

European Mars mission funding approved even after test lander's crash

European space agency (ESA) member states have approved another 450 million euros ($479 million) in funding for the ExoMars mission to the Red Planet, even after a test lander that was part of the..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters

British rover will go to Mars despite worrying crash landing, says European Space Agency 


Telegraph.co.uk

Nations OK European Space Agency's mission to Mars in 2020

BERLIN (AP) " Nations have approved an additional 440 million euros ($469 million) to fund the European Space Agency's next mission to Mars.As part of the ExoMars mission, the agency this year sent an..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •SeattlePI.comSeattle TimesNewsmax

Europe gives nod to 1.4 billion euros for Mars rover, ISS: European Space Agency

Europe has approved an extra 1.4 billion euros (USD 1.5 billion) today to resuscitate a life-seeking Mars rover project and keep its place on the ISS.
Zee News

Ireland pledges €90m to European Space Agency

Ireland has committed €90 million in spending to the European Space Agency over the next five years, at a meeting of the organisation's ministerial council in Switzerland.
RTE.ie

Russian supply ship launched to International Space Station

MOSCOW (AP) — An unmanned Russian cargo ship has blasted off with a fresh load of supplies to the International Space Station. The space station is currently inhabited by NASA astronauts Shane..
SeattlePI.com

European Space Agency releases first images from ExoMars spacecraft

The European Space Agency (ESA) has released detailed high-resolution images from its ExoMars spacecraft, which has been in orbit around the red planet since mid-October.
CBC.ca

ESA receives first images from the Trace Gas Orbiter around Mars

A European Space Agency orbiter recently evaluated its collection of onboard devices in Mars orbit for the first time, resulting in some breathtaking images and suggesting a bright future for the..
redOrbit

Chinese Space Program Gives NASA Run For Its Money

The launch of the Shenzhou 11 spacecraft in western China last month marked another great leap forward for the nation’s space program and its ambition to send manned missions to the moon and,..
Eurasia Review


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