31 Jul 2018
31 Jul 2018

Remarkable


Human and robotic exploration image of the week: three destinations in one picture – Mars, Moon and the International Space Station
Source: ESA news

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30 Jul 2018

Total eclipse


Space Science Image of the Week: The Moon took on a red hue as Earth’s shadow fell across its surface during Friday’s total lunar eclipse
Source: ESA news

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27 Jul 2018

ASITV:Hunting for habitability

Video transcript – An intense week for research into the habitability of the exoplanets, thanks to the discoveries made by Chandra and Kepler. NASA’s X-ray observatory has its eye on Alpha Centauri and has discovered that none of the planets in the system, orbiting around its two brightest stars A and B, are bombarded by an excess of X-rays being emitted by the two stars.

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Source: ASI news

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27 Jul 2018

ASITV: One hundred thousand snapshots for Rosetta

Video transcript – The Rosetta mission finally has a complete photographic archive containing all the highlights of its incredible journey to discover the Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet. The iconic photos taken by the Osiris camera and by the Navcam included the period from July to September 2016 and bring the total number of images taken over the 12-year mission to one hundred thousand.

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Source: ASI news

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27 Jul 2018

Light in lunar darkness


Operations image of the week: Micrometeoroids the size of walnuts struck on 17 – 18 July 2018, producing two lunar flashes that momentarily lit up the ‘dark side’ of the Moon
Source: ESA news

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27 Jul 2018
26 Jul 2018

Green to brown


As this year’s heatwave continues, the Copernicus Sentinel-3 mission reveals once again how the colour of our vegetation has changed in just one month
Source: ESA news

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26 Jul 2018
25 Jul 2018

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