TAG: ESA

Image: Spire

Galileo now predicts the weather

February 4, 2019

The Inuit WindSled is a multi-part sledge the size of a lorry, complete with mounted tents and solar power panels, pulled through the ice using a mammoth 150 sq. m. diameter kite. (Photo: Inuit WindSled via ESA)

Kite-blown Antarctic explorers make most southerly Galileo positioning fix

February 4, 2019

Photo: ESA-JRC

Registration opens for 2019 ESA-JRC Summer School

February 1, 2019

Protective "radome" housing for the Galileo ground station on desolate Jan Mayen Island in the Norwegian Arctic. The site is housing a Galileo Sensor Station plus satellite link to pass data back to the Galileo ground system (Photo: ESA/Fermin Alvarez Lopez)

Galileo to receive global infrastructure upgrade

January 11, 2019

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