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Europe's satellite navigation network paralyzed by "technical incident"

The GSA said that "experts are working to restore the situation as soon as possible, and an Anomaly Review Board has been set up immediately to analyze the root cause and perform recovery actions." The Navi functions are not available until further notice. However, Galileo's ability to record emergency search and rescue messages still seems to work. The failure will …

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Mars Satellite Spies Curious Rover exploring the rugged Martian Mountain

A satellite moving around Mars spotted a single machine, the Curiosity Rover, exploring rugged Marsland. The wagon-size rover, which has covered nearly 21 kilometers on Mars in the past seven years, is now cautiously sliding up the foot of Mount Sharp, a 3.5-mile mountain in the middle of the sprawling Gale crater. The rover was busy searching rock samples in …

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Launch of Arianespace Vega failed, lost satellite Emirati

WASHINGTON – The fifteenth launch of a European Vega rocket failed on July 10, resulting in the loss of an imaging satellite for the United Arab Emirates. The Vega rocket built by the Italian manufacturer Avio started at 21.53 clock. East of Europe's spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana on the north coast of South America. Telemetry data indicated a deviation …

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A satellite observed the eclipse of July 2 from space (Video)

When millions of sky watchers witnessed the great South American solar eclipse on July 2, a European satellite observed the sky event from space. While Eclipse observers in parts of Chile and Argentina had the chance to completely shield the moon from the sun for a total eclipse, the European Space Agency's Proba-2 satellite could only see a partial eclipse, …

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Solar eclipse photo: Chinese satellite capture | Science | News

A Chinese satellite orbiting the moon has captured an awe-inspiring perspective at the shadowy spot over Earth during last week's total solar eclipse. Scientists controlling China's DSLWP-B microsatellite, released the stunning image on social media after the solar eclipse was photographed from lunar orbit on July 2. The satellite took a total of six pictures during the solar eclipse, which …

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The "green" fuel satellite of NASA passes its first test

The future of spaceflight looks green. Less than a week after the launch of a SpaceX Falcon Heavy missile on June 25, NASA's Green Propellant Infusion Mission (GPIM) passed its first test and successfully fired its five engines. The GPIM is powered by a new "green" fuel that NASA hopes will replace hydrazine, a toxic substance currently used by most …

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First pictures of the Indian satellite Pragyaan Rover. Take off next week

Chandrayaan 2 ISRO mission launches next week with Sriharikota's GSLV missile. New Delhi: The first pictures of the Chandrayaan 2 satellite, the ambitious Indian moon shot, are published. The Moon Mission will begin on July 15 in Sriharikota with the country's most powerful rocket, the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Mark 3. The 1,000 Crore mission will carry an orbiter, …

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June was the hottest ever recorded on Earth, European satellite agency announces

Last month the hottest June, the EU's satellite agency has announced. Climate Change Service (C3S), implemented by the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting on behalf of the EU The data showed European-average temperatures for June 2019 were more than 2C above normal and temperatures were 6-10C above normal over most of France, Germany and northern Spain during the final …

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