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State-of-the-art grating for Gaia
An important milestone has been reached for the Gaia Radial Velocity Spectrometer (RVS): the full-size demonstrator model of the RVS grating - a key component responsible for the dispersion of the light into constituent wavelengths - has been built by industry and was delivered to ESA last month.
Date: 30 Jan 2009
Magnetar observed during outburst thanks to rapid response of INTEGRAL
The quick turn-around time of the INTEGRAL operation teams has enabled rare high-energy observations of a magnetar. The observations, which were performed as a Target of Opportunity, followed indications late last week that this magnetar, the Anomalous X-ray Pulsar, 1E 1547.0-5408, had entered outburst mode.
Date: 27 Jan 2009
ISSI Call for Proposals for International Teams in Space Science
(incl. Geosciences)

Announcement

The International Space Science Institute (ISSI) in Bern, Switzerland, invites proposals for establishing International Teams to conduct on its premises research activities in Space Sciences, based on the interdisciplinary analysis and evaluation of data from spacecraft and possible integration with ground data and theoretical models. For the purpose of this Call, Space Sciences include the Earth System sciences , Solar and Solar Terrestrial science, Planetary science, Astrobiology, Astrophysics and Fundamental physics.

Date: 23 Jan 2009
Joint NASA/ESA report on the Laplace/EJSM mission now available
A joint report detailing the main results and current baseline of the Laplace mission has been issued by ESA and NASA.
Date: 20 Jan 2009
Joint NASA/ESA report on the TandEM/TSSM mission now available
A joint report describing the main results and current baseline of the TSSM mission has been issued by ESA and NASA.
Date: 20 Jan 2009
First light curve analysis of 20 eclipsing binaries with INTEGRAL's OMC
Photometric data gathered by INTEGRAL's Optical Monitoring Camera (OMC) has been used to study selected eclipsing binary stars for which the light curve had hitherto not been analyzed. This recent study by Petr Zasche (Astronomical Institute, Charles University in Prague) provides new key information on the basic properties of these binary systems - properties that were previously not known or only estimated with low precision.
Date: 19 Jan 2009
International Year of Astronomy 2009 officially launched
A thrilling launch to the International Year of Astronomy (IYA2009) is taking place at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) Headquarters in Paris on 15 and 16 January 2009. Events include showcases of two major ESA contributions to IYA2009: the Planck Dome and the Groningen Discovery Truck featuring Herschel.
Date: 16 Jan 2009
Cluster detects invisible escaping ions
For the first time, it has been possible to quantify the amount of hydrogen naturally escaping each year from the Earth's atmosphere. This hydrogen outflow has been shown to be of the order of thousands of tons. The result was obtained by applying a new analytical method to a unique set of electric field data collected by the European Space Agency's Cluster mission. The escaping hydrogen has previously been invisible to classical particle detectors on satellites due to its very low energy.
Date: 14 Jan 2009
INTEGRAL Announcement of Opportunity for AO-7 Cycle Observations Proposals
Dear Colleague,
I am very pleased to invite you to respond to the 7th "Announcement of Opportunity" by submitting proposals for observations to be performed with the International Gamma-ray Astrophysics Laboratory (INTEGRAL) satellite.
Date: 12 Jan 2009
ESA scientists launch their Cosmic Diaries

The International Year of Astronomy (IYA2009) has arrived and with it the launch of the Cosmic Diary. Through this IYA2009 cornerstone project, professionals from all around the world will blog about their lives and work.

Date: 12 Jan 2009
 
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