ESA highlights 2018


ESA can look back at a fulfilling year. It has been a year marked by new Earth Observation missions to analyse and protect our planet, in particular the completion of the first wave of Copernicus Sentinel satellites and the launch of Aeolus. Galileo also reached an important milestone – there are now 26 satellites in orbit. Other achievements include the October launch of BepiColombo, the ESA-JAXA mission to study Mercury, and the almost continuous presence of ESA astronauts on the International Space Station.

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  1. Talvez um expoente para as palavras …2018 foi uma ano de vários projectos…Um ano em cheio para a ESA!! Que coisas grandes e raras haverá que ver nestas missões de novos descobrimentos??

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