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18.03

Space transportation technologies are intrinsically complex, some needing long development cycles of up to a decade. For this reason, ESA is seeking early insights into long-term trends and potential evolutions in all application domains taking into account the needs of future programmes currently under preparation.

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16.03

Key technology for ESA’s exoplanet-hunting Plato spacecraft has passed a trial by vacuum to prove the mission will work as planned. This test replica of an 80-cm high, 12-cm aperture camera spent 17 days inside a thermal vacuum chamber.

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12.03

The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) invites you to read a series of presentations of the women working in Space Situational Awareness (SSA): Diana Beșliu-Ionescu, Mirela-Mădălina Bivolaru, Ulpia-Elena Botezatu, Ana-Maria Neculăescu, Maria-Alexandra Niță, Violeta-Domnica Poenaru, Irina-Beatrice Ștefănescu and Mirela-Mădălina Trelia.

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11.03

The Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (99942) Apophis was observed during the interval: 18:09:36 – 23:46:14 UTC on the night between 3 and 4 March 2021 at the Astronomical Observatory Cluj-Napoca, Feleacu Station. The asteroid was at a distance of only 0.1187 AU, just two days before its close approach to Earth was due, on 6 March 2021.

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11.03

The full ExoMars 2022 mission comprising the carrier module, descent module, Kazachok surface platform and Rosalind Franklin rover have completed essential ‘spin tests’ in preparation for their journey to Mars.

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