TAG: ESA

Javier Benedicto (left), Head of the Galileo Programme and Navigation-related Activities, European Space Agency, accepted the award and delivered these remarks on behalf of Giuliano Gatti (right). (Photo: ESA)

Benedicto accepts 2018 Satellites Leadership Award on behalf of Gatti

December 4, 2018

One of Spire's Satellite Manufacturing Technicians (Tomasz Chanusiak) tests the Radio Frequency capabilities of a LEMUR2 nanosatellite in Spire's cleanroom in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo: ESA)

ESA’s Pioneer mission sends GNSS-RO nanosatellites into orbit

December 3, 2018

ESA's GNSS Observation Network (EGON). (Image: ESA)

New ESA facility puts satnav at the service of science

November 9, 2018

Contract signing: van Schaik (left) and Verhoef. (Photo: ESA)

Thales receives contract to upgrade Galileo ground segment

October 19, 2018

Europe’s Galileo satellite navigation system seen at work with commercially available Samsung S8+ smartphones. (Photo: ESA)

ESA launches new Galileo app competition

October 5, 2018

Screenshot: TFI Systems

GNSS Compare app now available for download

September 17, 2018

The Galileo ground station near New Caledonia capital Nouméa incorporates a Galileo Sensor Station (foreground) that monitors the quality of navigation signals and an uplink station (background) to relay navigation corrections to the satellites for rebroadcast to users. An antenna 13 meters in diameter for controlling the satellites has also been built, ready to come online later this year. (Photo: ESA)

ESA awards Galileo ground control upgrade to GMV

September 6, 2018

Aircraft on final approach: Through the EGNOS LPV-200 procedure, signals from space guide pilots through any weather down to within just 60 meters (200 feet) of the runway, at which point they make visual contact with the ground for a final go/no go landing decision. (Photo: ESA)

EGNOS sparks quiet revolution in aircraft landings

September 5, 2018