Half-year association of Lithuania with ESA. Sectoral companies visiting Poland [Space24 TV]

On Thursday, November 25, 2021 in Warsaw, the first multilateral meeting of the space sector companies from Poland and Lithuania was held, organized by the local Association of Space Industry Employers in cooperation with the Visoriai technology park from Vilnius (Visorių Informacinių Technologijų Parkas), as well as with the involvement of the Ministry of Development … Read more

The European satellite navigation system has two new satellites richer

A valuable European payload of two Galileo navigation satellites was launched with a Soyuz rocket as part of the VS-26 mission. The flight from the Kourou space center in French Guiana went smoothly, becoming the eleventh successful launch of the Galileo navigational constellation program. At the same time, it was the first in a series … Read more

ESA Comet Interceptor mission with wider Polish participation

Creotech Instruments announced in the second half of November that it had been invited by the Swiss University of Bern to participate in the Comet Interceptor mission, prepared under the leadership of the European Space Agency (ESA). The company’s task is to prepare a design and manufacture components for one of the probe’s research devices. … Read more

Competition for the “most atmospheric” images of the Earth. Winners announced

This year’s edition of the competition organized by CloudFerro, a Polish provider of cloud services and satellite data access platforms, was held under the slogan: “Together for Green Earth!” (Eng. “Together for the Green Earth!”). Competition applications, for which Internet users voted, presented the real climate problems of our planet. The aim of the competition … Read more

Blue Origin delays Artemis mission until at least 2025

RTL>news> 14. November 2021 – 10:40 clock Artemis mission start date not before 2025 It’s a setback, even if it was expected. As the head of NASA announced, the goal of sending people to the moon again in 2024 will not be able to be met. The date for the start of the Artemis mission … Read more

NASA: Exoplanet Outside Milky Way Spotted by Chandra X-Ray and ESA, Located in Messier 51

NASA has discovered one of the first exoplanets outside the Milky Way Galaxy, and it is using the Chandra X-Ray Observatory in partnership with the European Space Union’s XMM-Newton. The new planet was discovered in Messier 51, and it is a galaxy that is nearby the Milky Way, and it is also known as the … Read more

The final stop on the James Webb Space Telescope

The finished James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) was delivered on October 12 this year. to the port of Pariacabo on the French Guiana coast, arriving there from California by sea (via the Panama Canal). At the destination, the mouth of the Kourou River was specially deepened to ensure the safe transport of the valuable device. … Read more

Face to face with Mercury. The BepiColombo probe en route past its target

The photo was taken with one of the Mercury Transfer Module’s overview cameras – when the spacecraft was approximately 2,418 kilometers from Mercury. The probe had passed the planet only 199 km away not long before. The region shown is part of Mercury’s northern hemisphere, including the volcanic plain of Sihtu Planitia. Also visible is … Read more

President of POLSA on Space24 TV – about the space program, cooperation and concepts of Polish missions

“When the National Space Program enters into force, we will have 5 years to implement it – we do not want to waste the first year thinking about what to start here, what to do here; we want everyone to be prepared for it, in blocks startups “- announced the president of the Polish Space … Read more

James Webb Space Telescope with a December launch date

The arrangements for the long-awaited launch of the James Webb Space Telescope are the result of an agreement between NASA and Arianespace – the operator of the Ariane 5 rocket, at the top of which the JWST is to begin its journey into orbit. The telescope will be launched into space from the European Space … Read more