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ESA is honoured to have won a Award in the Netherlands for Embracing New Technologies and proud of its inclusion in the top 100 employers, according to students in engineering, IT and natural sciences. Read more:
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ESA space history 6h
This week, we join the international space community in celebrating the anniversary and we're taking a look at the preparations we're making for returning humans to the Moon. Stay tuned! See
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ESA Operations 4h
TOMORROW, teams at ESA’s will perform an ‘orbit change manoeuvre’ on the 🛰️✨space observatory – the biggest since the spacecraft was launched in 2013 ⬇️Find out more about why its needed and what comes next⬇️ 🕹️
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ESA 5h
Our SMART-1 spacecraft captured this view of a , on its way to the in 2004. It also pictured our home planet before and after the eclipse. Read more:
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ESA EarthObservation 11h
On 16-17 July, the science community is coming together to discuss the FORUM and SKIM mission concepts before one is selected as ’s 9th mission. Watch the proceedings live from Robinson College, :
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Human Spaceflight 12h
Monday’s here again, but this time it’s launch week! Discover some of the launch traditions underway in Baikonur, Kazakhstan with head of crew support and in the latest episode of . 🎧
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ESA Jul 14
Join us on 6 October for the 2019 at our  centre in the Netherlands. Themed 'ESA to the Moon', we're honoured welcome astronauts Rusty Schweickart & Walt Cunnningham, as well as ESA astronaut .
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ESA Jul 14
🗻, ’s highest mountain captured by . 3776 metres tall, it's located near the Pacific coast of central Honshu and, on a clear day, it can be seen from Yokohama and Tokyo, both over 120 km away! Explore & download :
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ESA Jul 14
Our week in images, including & crewmates preparing for launch on 20 July, 3D-printed bone, European Service Module 2 assembly for the spacecraft, and galactic cherry blossom captured by . 📷 More images:
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ESA Jul 14
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ESA Jul 14
Listen now on . Panel includes David Parker, ESA's Director of Human and Robotic Exploration:
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Prof. Günther Hasinger Jul 13
Congratulations to the Russian and German colleagues for the successful launch of Spectr-RG with and ART-XC!
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Human Spaceflight Jul 12
No more artist's impressions. Starting next week, as the world celebrates , the spacecraft that will fly around the on the first mission will be complete:
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Intl. Space Station Jul 12
The Exp 60 crew with Drew Morgan of , Alexander Skvortsov of and Luca Parmitano of prepares for launch July 20 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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ESA Space Shop Jul 12
At , we're passionate about unlocking the mysteries of our Solar System and Universe. This key ring is a great way to show your love of space while you are unlocking your own world. See this and other novelties in the Buy item here:
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ESA Jul 12
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Received thanks, we'll make sure someone takes a look.
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ESA Jul 12
In just over one week, will launch to the International Space Station at the start of his second spaceflight . Find out how he has been preparing for the mission... 🎥
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ESA Jul 12
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Hello, please send a message to connectwithus[@]esa[.]int.
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Human Spaceflight Jul 12
Latest dispatch from Concordia research station: darkness has settled like a quilt over . How are the crew getting on? It's actually too dark to get decent sleep. More on the
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ESA Jul 12
A piece of that came to Earth after an asteroid or comet struck the Martian surface – has been used to calibrate a camera soon to be launched to the Red Planet. Find out more:
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