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China talking with European Space Agency about moon outpost

The secretary general for China's space agency, Tian Yulong, first disclosed the talks about the envisioned lunar base in Chinese state media. The director general of the 22-member ESA, Johann-Dietrich..
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China and Europe to build a base on the moon and launch other projects into space

If space is to be explored peacefully it will require 'international collaboration' a spokesperson for the European Space Agency said
Independent

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News video: Space Station Crew Sets New Record

Space Station Crew Sets New Record 00:47

The astronauts of Expedition 50 are a recording setting crew. The European Space Agency announced that the members of the International Space Station recently set a new record. The team conducted..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Growing crack in Antarctic ice shelf

Growing crack in Antarctic ice shelf 01:37

In this video released by the European Space Agency (ESA), satellite images reveal a growing crack in Antarctica's Larsen-C ice shelf.
Source: CBS News -

News video: Cassini Probe Takes Amazing Images Before Its Retirement

Cassini Probe Takes Amazing Images Before Its Retirement 00:58

If you’re a space nerd, you’re probably familiar with the Cassini probe. It, alongside the Huygens lander, were part of a joint ESA and NASA mission to study Saturn and its moons. The mission has..
Source: Wochit Tech -

News video: ESA Warns of Growing Risks of Satellite Collisions

ESA Warns of Growing Risks of Satellite Collisions 01:20

The European Space Agency warns space debris is a serious problem that only a global response can fix.
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News video: Growing problem of space debris could hinder future exploration

Growing problem of space debris could hinder future exploration 01:12

Scientists are voicing concern about the growing danger of space debris spinning around our planet. As the amount of junk from satellites and rockets increases, there are concerns that future space..
Source: Euronews English -

 

Village on the moon – China in talks with European Space Agency

China is in talks with the European Space Agency (ESA) about making a village on the moon and the idea could soon materialize.
Zee News

Man-Made Space Junk Puts Astronauts, Operational Spacecraft in Serious Danger

man-made space junk puts astronauts, operational spacecraft in serious danger
Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 26, 2017 The European Space Agency (ESA) has warned that man-made junk in space is getting out of hand. Radio Sputnik discussed the space debris problem with former head of the..
Space Daily

Atos uses Big Data to drive next-generation farming

*Paris, Hannover, 25th April 2017* - Atos, a leader in digital transformation, announces a worldwide first solution which captures agricultural data directly via satellite to optimize farming..
GlobeNewswire

Growing crack in Antarctic ice shelf

In this video released by the European Space Agency (ESA), satellite images reveal a growing crack in Antarctica's Larsen-C ice shelf.
CBS News

The ESA’s dramatic video shows why space junk is such a big problem

the esa’s dramatic video shows why space junk is such a big problem
In this video, the European Space Agency takes us from outer space to Earth, depicting the exponentially worsening space debris problem along the way. Without a solution, humanity may soon find space..
Digital Trends

2 key things Cassini discovered on mission to Saturn

Cassini is the most sophisticated space probe ever built. Launched in 1997 as a joint NASA/European Space Agency mission, it took seven years to journey to Saturn. It’s been orbiting the sixth planet..
Raw Story

Three Irish firms win European Space Agency deals

Three Irish companies have won contracts worth hundreds of thousands of euro from the European Space Agency.
RTE.ie

Airbus Safran Launchers initiates production of the Ariane 6 ground qualification models

airbus safran launchers initiates production of the ariane 6 ground qualification models
Paris, France (SPX) Apr 24, 2017 With "Maturity Gate 6.1", Airbus Safran Launchers and its industrial partners have passed a major milestone in the development of Ariane 6, under contract with the..
Space Daily

Awe-inspiring photos of Earth remind us just what's at stake

Millions of people came out this Earth Day to clean up and care for the planet. But space agencies and companies took a different approach, choosing to celebrate our Earth from up above. SpaceX on..
Mashable

The Risk Of Chain-Reaction Collisions Above Earth Is Only Growing

the risk of chain-reaction collisions above earth is only growing
Watch VideoImagine two satellites colliding at about 20,000 mph and all the debris shooting out, possibly hitting other spacecraft.  That's the mess the European Space Agency is warning the..
Newsy

Meet Steve, your new favorite astronomical phenomenon

Say hello to Steve.  Steve isn't a person. Steve is actually the unofficial name of a mysterious purple streak of light observed by some social media savvy skywatchers keeping an eye out for the..
Mashable

Thousands of tiny satellites may possibly ruin space

thousands of tiny satellites may possibly ruin space
Halfway through the European Space Agency's new film, we're at the part where - if this were some happy space documentary from yesteryear - Carl Sagan might be giving us a tour of a distant galaxy.But..
New Zealand Herald

Space debris must be removed from orbit says ESA

space debris must be removed from orbit says esa
It was on 23 August at 17:07 GMT that spacecraft operators at the European Space Agency’s (ESA) control centre in Darmstadt, Germany, noticed something was going wrong. Their flagship Earth..
WorldNews


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