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Art competition

12.12.2018 11:28  
Are you an artist with an interest in Earth observation and the climate? Then here’s your chance: enter the Climate from Space competition before 31 December

Slow flow for glaciers thinning in Asia

10.12.2018 17:15  

Providing water for drinking, irrigation and power, glaciers in the world’s highest mountains are a lifeline for more than a billion people. As climate change takes a grip and glaciers lose mass, one might think that, lubricated by more meltwater, they flow more quickly. However, satellite images from over the last 30 years show that it isn’t as simple as that.

Another El Niño on the horizon?

7.12.2018 11:00  

The jury is still out as to whether climate change will lead to stronger El Niño events, but while representatives from around 200 countries at the COP24 conference are working to breathe life into the 2105 Paris Agreement, there is a 75–80% chance that a fully-fledged event could be with us in the next couple of months.

Chachani, Peru

7.12.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over the Chachani mountain in Peru

Earth from Space

7.12.2018 10:05  
This week's edition features a Copernicus Sentinel-2 view over the Chachani mountain and the city of Arequipa in Peru

Greenland ice loss quickening

6.12.2018 17:08  

Using a 25-year record of ESA satellite data, recent research shows that the pace at which Greenland is losing ice is getting faster.

ESA expands climate dataset portfolio

6.12.2018 17:04  

ESA has added nine new projects to its flagship climate initiative as part of ongoing efforts to systematically observe and collect data in support of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Copernicus Masters winner takes on environmental crime

5.12.2018 14:40  

Cybele has won this year’s Copernicus Masters competition. Using Copernicus Sentinel satellite data, this online application provides quick access to environmental crime reports for law firms and insurance companies.

Copernicus Sentinel-5P ozone boosts daily forecasts

5.12.2018 13:30  

Measurements of atmospheric ozone from the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite are now being used in daily forecasts of air quality.

Monitoring climate change from space

4.12.2018 12:20  

Rising global temperatures and the effects of climate change are huge and environmental challenges. Satellites provide unequivocal evidence of the changes taking place and provide decision-makers with the information they need to address these complicated issues – as demonstrated in efforts underway at the COP24 summit in Poland.

Mexico City

30.11.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission takes us over Mexico City

Earth from Space

30.11.2018 10:05  
In this week's edition, explore Mexico City and surroundings with Copernicus Sentinel-1

Tackling drought issues for food security

29.11.2018 17:11  

This summer’s drought is a harsh reminder of how unusual weather can cause havoc for farmers – even in a rich part of the world like Western Europe. While there is a wealth of satellite data available to help predict the risk of drought, it can be daunting for a non-expert to handle. ESA’s Food Security Thematic Exploitation Platform makes this task much easier.

Discover Copernicus

29.11.2018 15:09  
Download this interactive touch book to your iPad and explore Europe’s Copernicus environmental monitoring programme and its Sentinel missions

Climate from Space art competition

29.11.2018 9:45  

Are you an artist with an interest in Earth observation and the climate? Do you fancy a three-month visiting artist post at ESA’s establishment in the UK? Then here’s your chance: enter the Climate from Space competition before 31 December.

Climate from space art competition

29.11.2018 9:45  

Are you an artist with an interest in Earth observation and the climate? Do you fancy a three-month visiting artist post at ESA’s establishment in the UK? Then here’s your chance: enter the Climate from Space competition before 31 December.

Copernicus improving daily lives in 99 stories

23.11.2018 18:00  

With seven Copernicus Sentinel missions in orbit delivering an almost unimaginable amount of freely-available data about our planet, the potential of tapping into this incredible resource to better the lives of citizens is almost limitless. A new publication that collects 99 stories from European public authorities highlights how we are all benefiting from Copernicus.

The Gulf

23.11.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-3 takes us over the Gulf

Earth from space

23.11.2018 10:05  
In this edition, explore the area around the Gulf with Copernicus Sentinel-3

Climate analysis toolbox updated

22.11.2018 13:36  

An update to ESA’s climate analysis toolbox that combines information collected from numerous satellite missions is now available, and can supercharge climate-change research studies for scientists and degree-level students.

Paradise lost

21.11.2018 17:38  
California's Camp Fire has been one of the state’s most destructive. This animation uses data from different Copernicus Sentinels to show the spread of aerosols and smoke

ɸ-week highlights

16.11.2018 18:20  
As ESA’s ɸ-week draws to a close, let’s take a look at some of the ɸ-week highlights

ɸ and citizens

16.11.2018 16:00  

As ESA’s ɸ-week draws to a close, it’s worth remembering that the science and technology involved in observing our planet from space isn’t entirely for the preserve of experts. With a growing interest in the environment and the climate, there are plenty of opportunities for the general public to take part.

Structuring ɸ

16.11.2018 13:59  
ESA’s Pierluigi Silvestrin explains how ESA’s Earth Observation ɸ department is structured to develop future systems

ɸ and commercialisation

16.11.2018 11:10  
The main focus of day four at ESA’s ɸ-week was on the opportunities Earth observation can bring to business and the economy

Fogo

16.11.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over the small volcanic island of Fogo in the Republic of Cabo Verde

Earth from Space

16.11.2018 10:05  
In this edition, we explore Fogo, a small volcanic island in the Republic of Cabo Verde

Is it a bird? Is it a plane?

16.11.2018 9:45  

It may not be your actual Superman, but participants to ESA’s ɸ-week are certainly embracing some ‘superhero’ ideas for the future of Earth observation, including high-flying platforms – something between a satellite and an aircraft.

ɸ and future EO

15.11.2018 10:56  
The excitement and enthusiasm at ESA’s ɸ-week continues with participants exploring the wealth of new opportunities on the horizon

Harnessing artificial intelligence for sustainability goals

14.11.2018 18:19  

As ESA’s ɸ-week continues to provoke and inspire participants on new ways of using Earth observation for monitoring our world to benefit the citizens of today and of the future, it is clear that artificial intelligence is set to play an important role.

ɸ and citizen science

14.11.2018 17:55  
During ɸ-week, Margaret Gold from the European Citizen Science Association talks about the advantages of citizens getting involved to support Earth observation

ɸ-week and AI

14.11.2018 11:45  
The focus of the second day of ESA’s ɸ-week was on applying artificial intelligence to Earth observation, and a boot camp

UNICEF and ɸ: Earth observation and innovation for the most vulnerable

14.11.2018 9:38  

Every day, UNICEF works to help children that are victims of poverty, disease, conflict, migration and more. These problems are not only tragic, but also extremely complex. To further improve the way it works, UNICEF is taking a non-traditional approach by looking at breakthrough technology, Earth observation, big data and artificial intelligence.

Discover ɸ

13.11.2018 11:20  
A look back at the first day of ɸ-week, where among other things, participants express what ɸ means to them

ɸ-week kicks off

12.11.2018 18:20  

With satellites delivering a mindboggling amount of data about our planet along with the availability of the latest digital technologies, there are countless opportunities for innovation. ESA’s ɸ-week, which kicked off today, explores how this new world can be embraced to bring even more benefits to all.

Talking ɸ

12.11.2018 16:25  
With ESA’s ɸ-week underway in Italy, Director General, Jan Wörner, talks about what ɸ means to him

Josef Aschbacher on Φ-week

12.11.2018 15:30  

The availability of today’s wealth of satellite data coupled with the latest digital technologies not only offer unprecedented opportunities for monitoring our changing planet, but they also lay a new landscape for innovation and business. In an interview, ESA’s Director of Earth Observation Programmes, Josef Aschbacher, explains how his concept of Φ, pronounced ‘fee’, is set to exploit this golden age and how he hopes the Φ-week event, being held on 12–16 November 2018 in Italy, will further launch new ideas.

Handing over MetOp-C

12.11.2018 8:30  

Mission teams at ESA’s ESOC operations centre in Germany handed control of the recently launched MetOp-C satellite to Eumetsat, the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites, on Saturday morning, just three days after launch.

Φ-week live

9.11.2018 11:00  
The availability of today’s wealth of satellite data along with the latest digital technologies offer opportunities like never before. ESA’s Φ-week on 12–16 November explores this and more. Follow live

Madagascar

9.11.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Copernicus Sentinel-3 mission takes us over the huge island nation of Madagascar

Earth from Space

9.11.2018 10:05  
In this week's edition, explore Madagascar with Copernicus Sentinel-3

ESA’s gravity-mapper reveals relics of ancient continents under Antarctic ice

7.11.2018 13:10  

It was five years ago this month that ESA’s GOCE gravity-mapping satellite finally gave way to gravity, but its results are still yielding buried treasure – giving a new view of the remnants of lost continents hidden deep under the ice sheet of Antarctica.

Europe’s third polar-orbiting weather satellite lofted into orbit

7.11.2018 3:20  

The third MetOp satellite, MetOp-C, has been launched on a Soyuz rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana to continue the provision of data for weather forecasting from polar orbit.

Europe’s third polar-orbiting weather satellite lofted into orbit

7.11.2018 3:20  

The third MetOp satellite, MetOp-C, has been launched on a Soyuz rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana to continue the provision of data for weather forecasting from polar orbit.

Europe’s third polar-orbiting weather satellite lofted into orbit

7.11.2018 3:20  

The third MetOp satellite, MetOp-C, has been launched on a Soyuz rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana to continue the provision of data for weather forecasting from polar orbit.

Watch MetOp-C launch

6.11.2018 15:58  
Follow the launch of the latest MetOp weather satellite from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana. Liftoff is set for 7 November at 00:47 GMT (01:47 CET). Streaming from Arianespace starts at 01:27 CET

Call for media

6.11.2018 15:51  
Media are invited to ESA's Earth observation centre in Italy for Φ-week, which brings together different communities to explore how space can benefit from emerging digital technologies

MetOp-C ready for big day

5.11.2018 14:24  

With liftoff set for 7 November, the latest MetOp weather satellite has been rolled out to the launch pad and positioned on the Soyuz rocket for its ride into space from French Guiana.

Semarang

2.11.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over the port city of Semarang in Indonesia

Earth from Space

2.11.2018 10:05  
In this edition, discover the port city of Semarang on the north coast of Java, Indonesia

Counting down to MetOp-C

31.10.2018 13:30  

Teams at ESA’s European Space Operations Centre in Germany have been training for months in preparation for next week’s launch of MetOp-C – the last in the current series of meteorological satellites that provide high-quality data for weather forecasting and climate monitoring from polar orbit.

As a collaborative undertaking between ESA and Eumetsat, the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites, ESA is responsible for building the satellites and placing them into orbit, and Eumetsat for operating them once in orbit, and processing and distributing the data.

The power of three

31.10.2018 10:30  
With the third MetOp satellite set for liftoff on 7 November, this video highlights how it is used for weather forecasting and how it will orbit along with its predecessors

Call for media

30.10.2018 16:49  
Media representatives are invited to Eumetsat in Germany on 6 November to follow the launch of Europe’s third polar-orbiting weather satellite, MetOp-C

Preparing MetOp-C

29.10.2018 15:20  
MetOp-C will soon be launched from French Guiana. ESA’s Stéfane Carlier talks about how this mission provides the continuity of information for weather forecasting and climate research

Preparing MetOp-C

29.10.2018 14:42  
MetOp-C will soon be launched from French Guiana. ESA’s Stéfane Carlier talks about how this latest mission provides the continuity of essential information for weather forecasting and climate research

Kyoto and Osaka

26.10.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 captures two of Japan’s larger cities

Earth from Space

26.10.2018 10:05  
In this week's edition, the Copernicus Sentinel-2B satellite takes us over Kyoto and Osaka in Japan

Copernicus Sentinel-5P reveals new nasties

24.10.2018 11:40  

With air quality a serious environmental health problem, the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite is tasked with mapping air pollutants around the entire globe every day. This new mission has been providing data on carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and ozone since July and now other polluting nasties such as sulphur dioxide and formaldehyde have joined the list of data products available to monitor the air we breathe.

Zooming in on Mexico’s landscape

22.10.2018 10:00  

As part of a scientific collaboration with the Mexican Space Agency and other Mexican scientific public entities, ESA has combined images from the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission to produce a detailed view of the different types of vegetation growing across the entire country.

Lake Disappointment

19.10.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over Lake Disappointment in northwest Australia

Earth from Space

19.10.2018 10:05  
In this edition, discover one of the most remote areas of Australia with Copernicus Sentinel-2

Φ-week shines a spotlight on epicentre of innovation at ESA

12.10.2018 11:50  

ESA is organising a Φ-week event at its Earth observation centre in Frascati, Italy from 12-16 November 2018. Focusing on New Space and especially its applications to Earth observation (EO) the week will review latest developments in New Space investment. The week will focus on EO, whilst acting as an epicentre for all space activities, including other space domains. 

South Sudan

12.10.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Sentinel-2B satellite takes us over South Sudan

Earth from Space

12.10.2018 10:05  
In this edition, Sentinel-2 takes us over the youngest country in the world: South Sudan

Public competition to sharpen views from Proba-V minisatellite

12.10.2018 9:08  

ESA is challenging ‘citizen scientists’ to apply the latest AI and image processing techniques to upscale images acquired by the Earth-watching Proba-V minisatellite.

Oil spill spread

10.10.2018 12:22  
The Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission returns images showing how oil is spreading in the Mediterranean Sea following a collision between two ships

Mediterranean slick

8.10.2018 18:00  
Copernicus Sentinel-1 has imaged the oil spill in the Mediterranean following a collision between two merchant ships on Sunday 7 October

Sentinel-2 maps Indonesia earthquake

5.10.2018 16:00  

A 7.5-magnitude earthquake and tsunami hit Indonesia on 28 September, destroying homes and hundreds of lives. As the death toll continues to rise, the effects of this natural disaster are far-reaching, with hundreds of thousands of people seeking access food, water and shelter in the aftermath of this tragedy.

Eastern US

5.10.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Sentinel-3 takes us over eastern US

Earth from Space

5.10.2018 10:05  
In this week's edition, explore eastern US with Sentinel-3

Rising fast

28.9.2018 14:00  
As the Radar Altimetry Symposium in the Azores draws to a close, Anny Cazenave joins ESA web TV to explain how satellite altimeters show that sea-level rise is accelerating

Central Italy

28.9.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: in this false-colour image, Sentinel-1 captures the diversity and beauty of central Italy

Earth from Space

28.9.2018 10:05  
In this week's edition, Sentinel-1 takes us over central Italy

River discharge

27.9.2018 15:43  
As the Radar Altimetry Symposium continues in the Azores, Angelica Tarpanelli joins ESA web TV to explain how river discharge affects our oceans and how this is measured

Altimetry explained

26.9.2018 17:00  
With the Radar Altimetry Symposium underway in the Azores, Marcello Passaro joins ESA web TV to explain how satellite altimeters measure the height of the sea surface

SMOS offers new perspective on hurricanes

25.9.2018 17:00  

With recent stories in the news about the devastation brought by hurricanes and typhoons to the US and Asia, we are reminded of how important it is to predict the paths of these mighty storms and also learn more about how they develop. Many satellites have eyes on storms, but ESA’s SMOS mission can offer an entirely new perspective.

Spotlight on sea-level rise

25.9.2018 15:42  

Scientists are gathering in the Azores this week to share findings on how satellite has revealed changes in the height of the sea, ice, inland bodies of water and more. Of concern to all is the fact that global sea level has not only been rising steadily over the last 25 years, but recently it is rising at a much fast rate.

Spotlight on sea-level rise

25.9.2018 15:42  

Scientists are gathering in the Azores this week to share findings on how satellite has revealed changes in the height of the sea, ice, inland bodies of water and more. Of concern to all is the fact that global sea level has not only been rising steadily over the last 25 years, but recently it is rising at a much faster rate.

Satellites safeguard Europe’s potato industry

25.9.2018 12:15  

The drought that swept through Europe this year has hit European farmers hard. Sustained high temperatures and the lack of rain have badly affected the agrofood industry, including the important potato sector.

Altimetry replay

24.9.2018 16:43  
World-class scientists are meeting in the Azores to discuss the latest findings on sea-level rise, ice melt and more – all based on satellite altimeters. Watch the opening session replay

Urban planning app takes top prize at Space App Camp

24.9.2018 16:30  

An app that uses satellite imagery to assist urban planners scooped the top prize of €2500 at this year’s Space App Camp at ESA’s Earth observation centre in Frascati, Italy.

Rising seas

24.9.2018 11:50  
Information from satellites not only shows that our seas are rising, but that the rate of rise is accelerating

Favourable winds

21.9.2018 16:42  
This edition of Euronews comes from northern Norway to meet scientists working on ESA’s newly-launched Aeolus wind mission

Talking sea-level

21.9.2018 16:30  
Scientists from all over the world are meeting in the Azores to talk about satellite altimeters and sea-level rise. Watch the opening session live on 24 September at 09:00 GMT (11:00 CEST)

Talking sea-level

21.9.2018 16:30  
Scientists from all over the world are meeting in the Azores to talk about satellite altimeters and sea-level rise. Watch the opening session live on 24 September at 08:55 GMT (10:55 CEST)

Three Earth Explorer ideas selected

21.9.2018 12:40  

As part of ESA’s continuing commitment to realise cutting-edge satellite missions to advance scientific understanding of our planet and to show how new technologies can be used in space, three new ideas have been chosen to compete as the tenth Earth Explorer mission.

São Miguel

21.9.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Sentinel-2 takes us over São Miguel in the Azores

Earth from Space

21.9.2018 10:05  
In this week's edition, discover the largest island of the Azores: São Miguel

Living Planet 2019

19.9.2018 13:25  
ESA’s next Living Planet Symposium will take place on 13–19 May 2019 in Milan, Italy. Abstracts can now be submitted. Deadline: 11 November

First day of camp

17.9.2018 14:44  
From 17-24 September, twenty app developers will be creating mobile applications using satellite data at the Space App Camp, held at ESA's site in Italy

First day of camp

17.9.2018 14:44  
From 17-24 September, 24 app developers will be creating mobile applications using satellite data at the Space App Camp, held at ESA's site in Italy

Copernicus Sentinel maps Florence hurricane flood

15.9.2018 21:40  

Making landfall in the US state of North Carolina on 14 September, Hurricane Florence is causing widespread damage and flooding. The Copernicus Sentinel-1 radar mission is being used to map affected areas.

New kid on the block picks up relay for ozone

14.9.2018 16:34  

For more than 20 years, changes in ozone over Antarctica have been carefully monitored by a succession of European satellites. This important long-term record is now being added to by the Copernicus Sentinel-5P mission, which is dedicated to atmospheric monitoring.

Aeolus timelapse

14.9.2018 14:00  
A look back on preparations for the 22 August liftoff of ESA’s Aeolus wind satellite

Northeast Ethiopia

14.9.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Sentinel-1 takes us over Semera in northeast Ethiopia

Earth from Space

14.9.2018 10:05  
In this week's edition, explore northeast Ethiopia with Sentinel-1

Giant iceberg escapes

13.9.2018 15:00  
Imaged by Sentinel-1, the huge A68 iceberg was forced to stay close to its parent for more than a year. Strong winds have now allowed it to make a bid for freedom

Aeolus wows with first wind data

12.9.2018 14:55  

Just one week after ESA’s Aeolus satellite shone a light on our atmosphere and returned a taster of what’s in store, this ground-breaking mission has again exceeded all expectations by delivering its first data on wind – a truly remarkable feat so early in its life in space.

How much water is used for irrigation?

11.9.2018 17:00  

Feeding a growing global population is a major concern, but efforts to grow more food will place an added burden on precious supplies of freshwater. New research shows how measurements of soil moisture from space could be used to understand how much water is used for agriculture and potentially help farmers manage consumption.

North Sea bloom

7.9.2018 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Sentinel-3 captures a significant algae bloom in the North Sea

Earth from Space

7.9.2018 10:05  
In this week's edition, Sentinel-3A takes us over the North Sea

OECD uses ESA data to measure green growth

6.9.2018 15:50  

ESA data have been used to develop the new Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Green Growth headline indicator on land-cover change.

Aeolus laser shines light on wind

5.9.2018 17:50  

Following the launch of Aeolus on 22 August, this extraordinary satellite’s instrument has been turned on and is now emitting pulses of ultraviolet light from its laser, which is fundamental to measuring Earth’s wind. And, this remarkable mission has also already returned a tantalising glimpse of the data it will provide.

Summer brown

31.8.2018 10:00  
With much of Europe recently subjected to a prolonged heatwave, brown was certainly the trending colour this summer – and in World Water Week, a reminder of the importance of water

Precious resource

27.8.2018 16:45  
With freshwater coming under increasing pressure, World Water Week focuses on global water issues. Satellites play a vital role in monitoring and managing this precious resource

World Water Week: ESA's role in easing water scarcity

27.8.2018 10:40  

Water is crucial to life on Earth. But today, its overexploitation and pollution present challenges for the environment, economies and global living standards. These issues are addressed by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the annual World Water Week, which runs from 26–31 August 2018 in Stockholm.

Wind mission ready for next phase

24.8.2018 15:00  

Having worked around the clock since the launch of Aeolus on Wednesday, teams at ESA’s control centre in Germany have declared today that the critical first phase for Europe’s wind mission is complete.

Hurricane Lane

24.8.2018 13:45  
The Copernicus Sentinel-3 mission takes the temperature of Hurricane Lane on 22 August as it headed for Hawaii

Why measure wind?

23.8.2018 15:30  
Where does wind come from? Why is it important and why do we need to measure it? And, how is Aeolus going to make these measurements from space?

Liftoff in pictures

23.8.2018 14:10  
A selection of photos from the Aeolus liftoff

Aeolus highlights

23.8.2018 13:15  
A look back at preparations for the 22 August liftoff of ESA’s Aeolus wind satellite from Europe’s spaceport in French Guiana

Launch coverage

23.8.2018 0:50  
Watch the replay of the Aeolus launch coverage from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana

ESA’s Aeolus wind satellite launched

23.8.2018 0:35  

ESA’s Earth Explorer Aeolus satellite has been launched into polar orbit on a Vega rocket. Using revolutionary laser technology, Aeolus will measure winds around the globe and play a key role in our quest to better understand the workings of our atmosphere. Importantly, this novel mission will also improve weather forecasting.

Liftoff replay

22.8.2018 23:25  
Watch the replay of ESA’s Aeolus mission lifting off from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana

Liftoff replay

22.8.2018 23:25  
Watch the replay of ESA’s Aeolus mission lifting off from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana

Watch Aeolus launch

21.8.2018 14:40  
Follow the launch of Aeolus live from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana on 22 August. Streaming begins at 21:00 GMT (23:00 CEST), with liftoff at 21:20 GMT (23:20 CEST)

24-hour weather delay

20.8.2018 16:57  
The liftoff of Arianespace’s Flight VV12 with Europe’s Aeolus satellite has been delayed by 24 hours due to winds at altitude over the Spaceport in French Guiana

Aeolus teams ready for space

17.8.2018 21:05  

The teams responsible for flying the Aeolus satellite completed a pre-launch ‘dress rehearsal’ at ESA’s ESOC operations centre in Darmstadt today, the last major step in getting ready for next Tuesday’s liftoff.

Watch Aeolus launch

17.8.2018 12:10  
Follow the launch of Aeolus live from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana on 21 August. Streaming begins at 21:00 GMT (23:00 CEST), with liftoff at 21:20 GMT (23:20 CEST)

Watch Aeolus launch

17.8.2018 11:03  
Follow the launch of Aeolus live from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana on 21 August. Streaming begins at 20:45 GMT (22:45 CEST), with liftoff at 21:20 GMT (23:20 CEST)
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