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ESA 21m
launch brings network close to completion.
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ESA 1h
All 4 satellites now separated. Will now be checked out and brought to life. The satellites will be moved to final position in the coming months.
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Stéphane Israël 1h
Two passengers deployed: separation confirmed for the first pair of satellites! 🛰 🛰
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ESA 2h
Live coverage of 19-22 separation has started. Watch here:
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Paolo Nespoli 3h
From the of 🇺🇸 and 🇨🇦 to the ... so many bright cities shining at night! Returning for this second to last : the mighty 🤩
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ESA 3h
Liftoff with satellites 19, 20, 21 and 22! Live coverage resumes at 22:01 GMT (23:01 CET)
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ESA 3h
launched earlier this evening with 4 satellites. Live coverage resumes at 22:01 GMT (23:01 CET) for separation.
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ESA 5h
Replying to @Space_lvan
Via our website shortly on More images to follow later tonight.
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ESA 5h
launch images just in from our photographer in Kourou. Launch coverage is set to resume at 22:01 GMT (23:01 CET) after a 3-hour ballistic phase.
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Arianespace 5h
Instant replay! Take another look at ’s high-profile liftoff with 4️⃣ satellites that will join Europe’s navigation system.
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ESA 5h
Liftoff of with 4 satellites Watch LIVE:
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ESA 5h
All is green for tonight's launch with 4 satellites. Liftoff in ~6 mins. Watch LIVE:
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ESA 5h
Update from Kourou: Electrical systems are ready for the final countdown. Launch of satellites 19-22 is set for 18:36 GMT (19:36 CET) Watch LIVE:
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ESA 5h
Coverage of tonight's launch with 4 satellites is now LIVE. Liftoff is set for 18:36 GMT (19:36 CET) Watch here:
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ESA 6h
1700 school student teams are about to have their code run on the . The European Astro Pi Challenge – Mission Zero is ready for the ISS!
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Arianespace 7h
Flight lifts off with the next four satellites at 18:36:07 UTC. You can watch the live broadcast on :
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ESA 7h
L-2 hours: Launch of 4 satellites with . Liftoff at 18:36 GMT (19:36 CET). Join us later for live coverage from Kourou:
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Josef Aschbacher 9h
50 heads of state, at the invitation of President Macron, at the . Yesterday the space community approved the Paris Declaration to combat climate change with space technology. strongly supports this effort
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Human Spaceflight 9h
Leaving the 14 December. Here's how to watch , and fall back to 🌏 ⏬
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ESA 10h
VIDEO: special about the first data from the recently-launched Earth observation satellite
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