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Fuel cells power inner-city vehicles

17 March 2016

Inner-city deliveries in Austria may soon be powered by pollution-free fuel cell technology that is also being explored by ESA for satellites and robotic missions to Mars.

Space station research

17 August 2015

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10000 lightyears away

4 August 2015

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More planets

1 August 2015

We are all connected; To each other, biologically. To the earth, chemically. To the rest of the universe atomically. The regret on our side is, they used to say years ago, we are reading about you in science class.

To the moon and back

8 July 2015

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News about Mars

13 June 2015

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Rosetta's big day in the sun

8 May 2015

ESA’s Rosetta today witnessed Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko making its closest approach to the Sun. The exact moment of perihelion occurred at 02:03 GMT this morning when the comet came within 186 million km of the Sun.

Clone of Sience of friction: keeping things moving in space 1

4 May 2015

For more than four decades, an unremarkable building in an industrial estate on the edge of Warrington, UK, has played a crucial role in the success of most European space missions with moving parts – which means nearly all of them.

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