Saturday, January 18, 2020

Space News

SciTech Europa brings you the latest Space News from across the field of European Science & Technology Research, Development and Innovation.

Let’s talk about Earth observations

Climate adaptation requires a broad and integrated approach: GEO is well positioned to deliver in this area due to its experience in gathering knowledge...

Astrophysics and the European Space Agency

Frank Salzgeber, Head of Innovation and Ventures Office at ESA, explains how technology is allowing us to see further. As Head of Innovation and Ventures...

The ‘Dark Energy Team’ on supermassive black holes

Argelander Institute for Astronomy contribute to the imminent revolution in our understanding of cosmology, galaxy clusters, and supermassive black holes. AT the Argelander Institute for...
The Sun

How the Sun transfers energy into its upper atmosphere

An international team of researchers have shed light on one of the mysteries of solar physics: how energy from the Sun is transferred to...
habitable planet

Scientists find the key to discovering habitable planets

A new study conducted by Northwestern University, USA, is the first to include 3D chemistry to understand how a star’s radiation heats or cools...
Curved universe

Research shows that the Universe could be curved

A new paper published by a team of cosmologists at the University of Manchester suggests that the Universe in curved, contrary to previous models. Lead...
spacecraft

Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner spacecraft’s mission success

Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner spacecraft completed a critical safety milestone on Monday in an end-to-end test of its abort system. The Pad Abort Test took place...
Exoplanet

The potentially habitable system of exoplanets

Dr Michaël Gillion from the University of Liège, Belgium, discusses his planetary discoveries and the constant search for Earth-like exoplanets. We need to detect more...
Water on the moon

Rover to take water samples from the Moon

NASA has announced that they are sending a mobile robot to the South Pole of the Moon in order to assess the concentration of...
Universe

Investigating the early Universe with Professor Nial Tanvir

Professor Nial Tanvir, who is involved in the proposed ESA M5 mission THESEUS, met with SEQ AT NAM2019 to discuss how gamma-ray bursts can...

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