A “Swarm” of satellites to look inside the Earth

ESA’s Earth Observation Programme Board has just decided which of the six Earth Explorer candidate missions,…

CASSINI WILL UNLOCK SATURN’S SECRETS

The international Cassini-Huygens mission is poised to begin an extensive tour of Saturn, its majestic rings…

TIPS FOR OBSERVING RARE SOLAR SHOW

NASA invites you to safely view a rare celestial event, one not seen before by any…

‘Music2Titan’: sounds of a spaceprobe

When ESA’s Huygens spaceprobe, travelling on board NASA’s Cassini spacecraft en route to Saturn, lands on…

Cassini-Huygens mission heading for Saturn

Launched in October 1997, the ESA/NASA Cassini-Huygens mission is currently heading for Saturn. While ESA’s Huygens…

1001 schools register with Eduspace

More than 1000 schools have now registered to take part in projects and use the resources…

Arianespace Flight 163: New launch campaign

The launch campaign for Arianespace’s next Ariane 5 mission is now underway for a liftoff from…

Micro-satellite steers by the stars

Since its launch in October 2001, ESA’s Proba micro-satellite has been returning remarkable imagery of some…

SHUTTLE PROCESSING STATUS REPORT: S04-13

The Space Shuttle fleet is housed and processed at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC), Fla. The…

Ham Radio Space Firsts

NASA Expedition 9 International Space Station Science Officer and Flight Engineer Mike Fincke, KE5AIT, logged what’s…