Hermes was a proposed spaceplane designed by the French Centre National ‘Études Spatiales (CNES) in 1975, and later by the European Space Agency (ESA).Read More Europe’s Hermes Spaceplane – A Quick Overview
Europe’s strategy for 2030+Read More Europe’s Terrae Novae 2030+ Strategic Plan
The following series of ESA infographics walk through the process of how water is managed on the International Space Station.Read More On a given day, you drink a cup of coffee, the next day you drink the same cup of coffee again… (infographic)
The issue of Europe needing an autonomous human spaceflight capability is an ongoing policy topic of discussion. The Association of Space Explorers Europe (ASE) recently jumped into the discussion with their publication of “European Astronauts’ Manifesto On The Occasion Of The European Space Summit”.Read More Will the Europeans Build Their Own Human Spaceflight System?
Space weather was in the news when SpaceX lost 40 out of 49 Starlink satellites from a recent launch due to a solar geomagnetic storm. This article takes a look at space weather.Read More Space Weather vs Satellites – Should We Be Worried?
Space debris infographics from the United Nations and ESA.Read More Space Debris and its Danger Explained (infographic)