ESA Science & Technology - News Archive
Wednesday, 7 February 2007, Ulysses reached its maximum solar latitude of 80 degrees as it passed over the Sun's south pole, observing this extreme region for the third time in its more than 16 years of successful operations.
Published: 7 February 2007
The first flight units for the LISA Pathfinder spacecraft are soon to be delivered with final testing of the three Digital Sun Sensors nearing completion
Published: 1 February 2007
A problem with the Advanced Camera for Surveys on board the Hubble Space Telescope is under investigation and currently limits science operations to the observatory's remaining instruments.
Published: 30 January 2007
On 29 January, at 7:16 UT, Cassini will perform the 24th set of Titan observations during a close flyby of the moon during which it comes to within 2631 kilometres from the moon's surface.
Published: 26 January 2007
Published: 19 January 2007
Published: 17 January 2007
Having passed its perihelion on 12 January, Comet C/2006 P1 (McNaught) is the brightest comet ever observed by SOHO and indeed the brightest comet in the sky in the past 40 years
Published: 16 January 2007
Published: 11 January 2007
The first test article of the LISA Pathfinder spacecraft, the Development Model (DM) of the On Board Computer (OBC) has arrived at the prime contractor facilities of Astrium Ltd, Stevenage, UK in the last week of December 2006.
Published: 9 January 2007
With Hubble data on the rich populations of infant stars in star forming region N90 in the Small Magellanic Cloud, astronomers are examining star forming processes in an environment that is very different from that in our own Milky Way.
Published: 9 January 2007
An important milestone has been reached with the assembly of a three-dimensional map of the dark matter distribution in the Universe, based on analysis of the Hubble COSMOS survey.
Published: 8 January 2007
Newly released results, obtained by the RADAR instrument on board Cassini during a close flyby of Titan in July 2006, provide the strongest evidence yet for the existence of hydrocarbon lakes on the large moon.
Published: 5 January 2007
29 December 2006 marks a milestone for the fleet of four Cluster spacecraft with its 1000th orbit around the Earth. In their highly elliptical polar orbit the four spacecraft explore the Earth's environment with unique multipoint observations.
Published: 29 December 2006
Published: 27 December 2006
2006 was another excellent year of scientific exploration and discovery within ESA. 2007 promises more of the same.
Published: 22 December 2006
The MARSIS instrument on board Mars Express has found evidence of ancient buried basins in the Martian northern lowlands. The discovery provides important constraints on the geological history of the Martian crust.
Published: 14 December 2006
Observations made during the recent flyby of Titan, on 25 October 2006, by the Cassini spacecraft, have revealed a massive mountain range on Saturn's largest moon.
Published: 13 December 2006
High-resolution observations from the Hubble Space Telescope have revealed what was previously thought of as a single massive star to actually be a multiple system of massive stars.
Published: 12 December 2006
Published: 7 December 2006
A team of scientists led by Katariina Nykyri revealed in a recent publication the presence of magnetic reconnection within giant ~40 000 km sized plasma swirls, that allows solar wind material to penetrate the Earth's magnetopause.
Published: 6 December 2006
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