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Daniel Neuenschwander and Claudie Haignere show Valerie Pécresse the ESA Pavilion
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Daniel Neuenschwander, ESA Director of Space Transportation, and Claudie Haignere, ESA Astronaut & DG Special Advisor, show Valerie Pécresse, Chairwoman of the Ile-de-France Regional Council, the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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Jan Woerner shows Members of the European Parliament the ESA Pavilion
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Jan Woerner, ESA Director General, shows Members of the European Parliament the ESA Pavilion, on 22 June 2017, during the Paris Air and Space Show.

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Isabelle Duvaux-Béchon shows Dominique Tilmans the ESA Pavilion
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Isabelle Duvaux-Béchon, Head of the ESA Global Challenges and Partnerships Coordination Office (DG-SG), shows Dominique Tilmans, Eurisy President, the ESA Pavilion, on 22 June 2017, during the Paris Air and Space Show.

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Isabelle Duvaux-Béchon shows Dominique Tilmans the ESA Pavilion
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Isabelle Duvaux-Béchon, Head of the ESA Global Challenges and Partnerships Coordination Office (DG-SG), shows Dominique Tilmans, Eurisy President, the ESA Pavilion, on 22 June 2017, during the Paris Air and Space Show.

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Stephan Israel with Thomas Pesquet and Jan Woerner at the ESA Pavilion
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Stephan Israel, Arianespace, CEO, with Thomas Pesquet, ESA astronaut, and Jan Woerner, ESA Director General, at the ESA Pavilion, on 22 June 2017, during the Paris Air and Space Show.

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Thomas Pesquet at the ESA Pavilion
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Thomas Pesquet, ESA astronaut, at the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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Jan Woerner and Isabelle Duvaux-Béchon with ISAE/Supaéro alumni at the ESA Pavilion
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Isabelle Duvaux-Béchon, Head of the ESA Global Challenges and Partnerships Coordination Office (DG-SG), and Jan Woerner, ESA Director General, with ISAE/Supaéro alumni at the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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Round Table „European institutions’ role in Ariane 6 and Vega C exploitation“
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Round Table on the role of European institutions in the exploitation of Ariane 6 and Vega-C, at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

Satellites from European institutions will play a major role during the exploitation of the new family of ESA-developed launchers, Vega-C and Ariane 6 which will be operative from 2019/2020.
In this round table, high level representatives from important European institutions were invited to debate how they can contribute to guarantee a level playing field for Ariane 6 and Vega-C exploitation with respect to competitors that can count on a very large number of institutional payloads.

Participants : Pierre Delsaux, European Commission, Deputy-Director General; Alan Ratier, Eumetsat, Director General; Stephan Israel, Arianespace, CEO; Joel Barre, CNES, Deputy Director General; Wolfgang Scheremet, German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Director-General Industrial Policy; Roberto Battiston, ASI, President; Daniel Neuenschwander, ESA, Director of Space Transportation; Gaele Winters, former ESA Director of Launchers (moderator).

Credit: ESA–Manuel Pedoussaut, 2017

Promotheus team at the ESA Pavilion
24-06-2017 05:50 PM CEST

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Promotheus team at the ESA Pavilion, Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

Airbus Safran Launchers began development of a full-scale prototype of an ultra-low cost engine demonstrator, Prometheus, using liquid oxygen–methane propellants. The methane reusable engine precursor in the thrust class 1000 kN will be ground tested in 2020 for use on future versions of the European launcher family, after Ariane 6 and Vega-C. The project can derive and provide significant synergies with other propulsion demonstration projects within ESA’s Future Launchers Preparatory Programme, national agencies and industry.

Credit: ESA–Manuel Pedoussaut, 2017

ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show
24-06-2017 05:22 PM CEST

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show
24-06-2017 05:22 PM CEST

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show
24-06-2017 05:22 PM CEST

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show
24-06-2017 05:22 PM CEST

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show
24-06-2017 05:22 PM CEST

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show
24-06-2017 05:22 PM CEST

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show
24-06-2017 05:22 PM CEST

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show
24-06-2017 05:22 PM CEST

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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Jan Woerner shows Valerie Pécresse the ESA Pavilion
23-06-2017 07:30 PM CEST

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Jan Woerner, ESA Director General, shows Valerie Pécresse, Chairwoman of the Ile-de-France Regional Council, the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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Maria Menendez shows BDLI representative the ESA Pavilion
23-06-2017 07:30 PM CEST

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Maria Menendez, Head of ESA Corporate Exhibitions and Events shows BDLI representative, the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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Isabelle Duvaux-Béchon shows AA-IHEDN the ESA Pavilion
23-06-2017 07:30 PM CEST

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Isabelle Duvaux-Béchon, Head of the ESA Global Challenges and Partnerships Coordination Office (DG-SG), shows AA-IHEDN, the French Institute of Advanced Studies in National Defence, the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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Discussion on ‘Space 4.0ur future: sound check with citizens – the Moon for our future’
23-06-2017 07:30 PM CEST

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Jan Woerner, ESA Director General, and Nathalie Meusy, ESA Citizens’ Debate project manager, during the discussion on ‘Space 4.0ur future: sound check with citizens – the Moon for our future’, at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017. Space matters in an interactive way with a diversity of citizens gathered together, and benchmark live the results of the questions raised during a citizens debate on space for Europe organised by ESA in all its Member States in September 2016.

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Discussion on ‘Space 4.0ur future: sound check with citizens – the Moon for our future’
23-06-2017 07:30 PM CEST

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Jan Woerner, ESA Director General, and Nathalie Meusy, ESA Citizens’ Debate project manager, during the discussion on ‘Space 4.0ur future: sound check with citizens – the Moon for our future’, at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017. Space matters in an interactive way with a diversity of citizens gathered together, and benchmark live the results of the questions raised during a citizens debate on space for Europe organised by ESA in all its Member States in September 2016.

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Jan Woerner during the discussion on ‘Space 4.0ur future: sound check with citizens – the Moon for our future’
23-06-2017 07:30 PM CEST

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Jan Woerner, ESA Director General opens the discussion on ‘Space 4.0ur future: sound check with citizens – the Moon for our future’, at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017. Space matters in an interactive way with a diversity of citizens gathered together, and benchmark live the results of the questions raised during a citizens debate on space for Europe organised by ESA in all its Member States in September 2016.

Credit: ESA–Philippe Sebirot, 2017

Galileo signing
23-06-2017 07:30 PM CEST

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Signing the contract to build and test another eight Galileo satellites on 22 June 2017, at the ESA Pavilion during the Paris Air and Space Show on 22 June 2017. It was awarded to a consortium led by prime contractor OHB, with Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd overseeing their navigation platforms. ESA’s Director of the Galileo Programme and Navigation-related Activities, Paul Verhoef, signed a contract with the CEO of OHB, Marco Fuchs and OHB Navigation Director Wolfgang Paetsch, in the presence of ESA Director General Jan Woerner, the European Commission’s Deputy Director-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, Pierre Delsaux.

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The creation of ESA_Lab@HEC, the first ESA_Lab@ between ESA and HEC Paris
23-06-2017 07:30 PM CEST

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The creation of ESA_Lab@HEC, the first ESA_Lab@ between ESA and HEC Paris

The ESA-Lab@HEC agreement has been signed by Peter Todd, Dean, HEC Paris and Jan Woerner, ESA Director General, at ESA’s pavilion at Le Bourget on Thursday 22 June 2017 during the Paris Air and Space Show.

ESA_Lab@HEC Paris is a cooperation scheme to intensify research, development and outreach between ESA and HEC Paris. Given the possibility to work on interesting and challenging ideas, students from all degree programmes will be enriched with the knowledge of how disruptive, future-oriented space-based solutions can be developed for the benefit of society and economy. The project is part of the larger ESA_Lab@ platform newly established with the aim of intensifying collaboration with academia.

Credit: ESA–Philippe Sebirot, 2017

Improving Ariane 5 performance
23-06-2017 07:30 PM CEST

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Improving Ariane 5 performance

ESA Director of Space Transportation, Daniel Neuenschwander, signed five contracts with industry at the Paris Air and Space Show 2017 in France, to improve launch performance and flexibility, and maintain the competitiveness of Europe’s current and future space transportation systems.

On 22 June 2017, ESA’s Daniel Neuenschwander and Alain Charmeau at Airbus Safran Launchers, the industrial prime contractor for Ariane 5 ECA, signed a contract for additional complementary development activities that will increase the launcher’s performance up to 10.2 t net payload in geostationary orbit by 2019.

Dual launches could accommodate one big satellite in the range 6.0–6.5 t and a small satellite of up to 3.5–3.7 t, at less cost, made possible through larger upper stage propellant tanks and a lighter Vehicle Equipment Bay.

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Round Table „European institutions’ role in Ariane 6 and Vega C exploitation“
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Round Table on the role of European institutions in the exploitation of Ariane 6 and Vega-C, at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

Satellites from European institutions will play a major role during the exploitation of the new family of ESA-developed launchers, Vega-C and Ariane 6 which will be operative from 2019/2020.
In this round table, high level representatives from important European institutions were invited to debate how they can contribute to guarantee a level playing field for Ariane 6 and Vega-C exploitation with respect to competitors that can count on a very large number of institutional payloads.

Participants : Pierre Delsaux, European Commission, Deputy-Director General; Alan Ratier, Eumetsat, Director General; Stephan Israel, Arianespace, CEO; Joel Barre, CNES, Deputy Director General; Wolfgang Scheremet, German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Director-General Industrial Policy; Roberto Battiston, ASI, President; Daniel Neuenschwander, ESA, Director of Space Transportation; Gaele Winters, former ESA Director of Launchers (moderator).

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Round Table „European institutions’ role in Ariane 6 and Vega C exploitation“
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Round Table on the role of European institutions in the exploitation of Ariane 6 and Vega-C, at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

Satellites from European institutions will play a major role during the exploitation of the new family of ESA-developed launchers, Vega-C and Ariane 6 which will be operative from 2019/2020.
In this round table, high level representatives from important European institutions were invited to debate how they can contribute to guarantee a level playing field for Ariane 6 and Vega-C exploitation with respect to competitors that can count on a very large number of institutional payloads.

Participants : Pierre Delsaux, European Commission, Deputy-Director General; Alan Ratier, Eumetsat, Director General; Stephan Israel, Arianespace, CEO; Joel Barre, CNES, Deputy Director General; Wolfgang Scheremet, German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Director-General Industrial Policy; Roberto Battiston, ASI, President; Daniel Neuenschwander, ESA, Director of Space Transportation; Gaele Winters, former ESA Director of Launchers (moderator).

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Round Table „European institutions’ role in Ariane 6 and Vega C exploitation“
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Round Table "European institutions’ role in Ariane 6 and Vega C exploitation"

Round Table on the role of European institutions in the exploitation of Ariane 6 and Vega-C, at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

Satellites from European institutions will play a major role during the exploitation of the new family of ESA-developed launchers, Vega-C and Ariane 6 which will be operative from 2019/2020.
In this round table, high level representatives from important European institutions were invited to debate how they can contribute to guarantee a level playing field for Ariane 6 and Vega-C exploitation with respect to competitors that can count on a very large number of institutional payloads.

Participants : Pierre Delsaux, European Commission, Deputy-Director General; Alan Ratier, Eumetsat, Director General; Stephan Israel, Arianespace, CEO; Joel Barre, CNES, Deputy Director General; Wolfgang Scheremet, German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Director-General Industrial Policy; Roberto Battiston, ASI, President; Daniel Neuenschwander, ESA, Director of Space Transportation; Gaele Winters, former ESA Director of Launchers (moderator).

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Round Table „European institutions’ role in Ariane 6 and Vega C exploitation“
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Round Table on the role of European institutions in the exploitation of Ariane 6 and Vega-C, at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

Satellites from European institutions will play a major role during the exploitation of the new family of ESA-developed launchers, Vega-C and Ariane 6 which will be operative from 2019/2020.
In this round table, high level representatives from important European institutions were invited to debate how they can contribute to guarantee a level playing field for Ariane 6 and Vega-C exploitation with respect to competitors that can count on a very large number of institutional payloads.

Participants : Pierre Delsaux, European Commission, Deputy-Director General; Alan Ratier, Eumetsat, Director General; Stephan Israel, Arianespace, CEO; Joel Barre, CNES, Deputy Director General; Wolfgang Scheremet, German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Director-General Industrial Policy; Roberto Battiston, ASI, President; Daniel Neuenschwander, ESA, Director of Space Transportation; Gaele Winters, former ESA Director of Launchers (moderator).

Credit: ESA–Philippe Sebirot, 2017

ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show
23-06-2017 07:30 PM CEST

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show
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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show
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ESA Pavilion, at the 2017 Paris Air and Space Show, on 22 June 2017.

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Jan Woerner shows French Parliamentary Group on Space Representative the ESA Pavilion
23-06-2017 03:07 PM CEST

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Jan Woerner shows French Parliamentary Group on Space Representative the ESA Pavilion

Jan Woerner, ESA Director General, shows French Parliamentary Group on Space Representative, the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 21 June 2017.

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Isabelle Duvaux-Béchon shows Avenir Transports representatives the ESA Pavilion
23-06-2017 03:07 PM CEST

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Isabelle Duvaux-Béchon shows Avenir Transports representatives the ESA Pavilion

Isabelle Duvaux-Béchon, Head of the ESA Global Challenges and Partnerships Coordination Office (DG-SG), shows Avenir Transports representatives the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 21 June 2017.

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Jan Woerner shows Alessandro Busacca the ESA Pavilion
23-06-2017 03:07 PM CEST

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Jan Woerner shows Alessandro Busacca the ESA Pavilion

Jan Woerner, ESA Director General, shows Italian Ambassador Alessandro Busacca, Permanent Representative to the International Organizations and related Agencies, the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 21 June 2017.

Credit: ESA–Manuel Pedoussaut, 2017

Jan Woerner at the GIFAS Paris Air Lab
23-06-2017 03:07 PM CEST

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Jan Woerner at the GIFAS Paris Air Lab

Jan Woerner, ESA Director General, during a keynote speech at the GIFAS Paris Air Lab, on 21 June 2017.

Credit: ESA–Manuel Pedoussaut, 2017

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Students wanted for the Rosetta Science Operations Scheduling Legacy Workshop
23-06-2017 09:57 AM CEST

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Between 2014 and 2016, ESA’s comet mission Rosetta commanded the world’s attention. Although the most publicly visible moment came in November 2014 with the bumpy landing of Philae onto the surface of the comet, the whole two years at the comet presented unique challenges for the Rosetta team and in particular the Rosetta science operations group who performed the science scheduling of the mission.

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23-06-2017 10:05 AM CEST

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Community of Ariane Cities members at the ESA pavilion
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Community of Ariane Cities members at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 21 June 2017.

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Community of Ariane Cities members at the ESA pavilion
22-06-2017 02:01 PM CEST

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Community of Ariane Cities members at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 21 June 2017.

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New space exploration competition kickoff
22-06-2017 02:01 PM CEST

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New space exploration competition kickoff

Veronica La Regina, Strategy and Business Development Officer, RHEA for ESA, Strategic Planning and Outreach Office (HRE-K) Directorate of Human Spaceflight, at the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air Show on 21 June 2017, for the public announcement of the Space Exploration Masters to raise awareness of the Prize opportunities for the Best Business Success from a Technology Transfer related to Space Exploration technologies and New Business Innovation ideas.

Initiated by ESA and organised by Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen, the Space Exploration Masters will implement Europe’s goals to explore space for new business innovation and technology transfer success benefiting Earth.

Credit: ESA–Philippe Sebirot, 2017

New space exploration competition kickoff
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Daniela Dobreva-Nielsen, Strategic Business Developer; at the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air Show on 21 June 2017, for the public announcement of the Space Exploration Masters to raise awareness of the Prize opportunities for the Best Business Success from a Technology Transfer related to Space Exploration technologies and New Business Innovation ideas.

Initiated by ESA and organised by Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen, the Space Exploration Masters will implement Europe’s goals to explore space for new business innovation and technology transfer success benefiting Earth.

Credit: ESA–Philippe Sebirot, 2017

New space exploration competition kickoff
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Lucia Cape, Senior Vice President, Economic Development, Industry Relations & Workforce, Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville, Madison County, USA; at the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air Show on 21 June 2017, for the public announcement of the Space Exploration Masters to raise awareness of the Prize opportunities for the Best Business Success from a Technology Transfer related to Space Exploration technologies and New Business Innovation ideas.

Initiated by ESA and organised by Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen, the Space Exploration Masters will implement Europe’s goals to explore space for new business innovation and technology transfer success benefiting Earth.

Credit: ESA–Philippe Sebirot, 2017

Eric Morel de Westgaver during the ‘Space 4.0ur future: up and start‘ discussion
22-06-2017 02:01 PM CEST

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Eric Morel de Westgaver, ESA Director of Industry, Procurement and Legal Services; during the ‘Space 4.0ur future: up and start‘ discussion with leaders of industries and institutions from a variety of backgrounds and sectors about the tremendous potential of space technology, applications and services for commercial purposes at the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air Show on 21 June 2017.

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Jan Woerner and Luca Del Monte during the ‘Space 4.0ur future: up and start‘ discussion
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Jan Woerner, ESA Director General and Luca Del Monte, ESA’s Space Economy Manager, during the ‘Space 4.0ur future: up and start‘ discussion with leaders of industries and institutions from a variety of backgrounds and sectors about the tremendous potential of space technology, applications and services for commercial purposes at the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air Show on 21 June 2017.

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Philippe Willekens moderator of the ‘Space 4.0ur future: up and start‘ discussion
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Philippe Willekens, ESA Head of Communication Department, moderator of the ‘Space 4.0ur future: up and start‘ discussion with leaders of industries and institutions from a variety of backgrounds and sectors about the tremendous potential of space technology, applications and services for commercial purposes at the ESA Pavilion, during the Paris Air Show on 21 June 2017.

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ESA Pavilion at Le Bourget 2017
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ESA Pavilion at Le Bourget 2017

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ESA Pavilion at Le Bourget 2017

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ESA Pavilion at Le Bourget 2017

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ESA Pavilion at Le Bourget 2017
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ESA Pavilion at Le Bourget 2017

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ESA Pavilion at Le Bourget 2017
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ESA Pavilion at Le Bourget 2017

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ESA Pavilion at Le Bourget 2017

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Discussion panel on Govsatcom and 5G
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Discussion panel on Govsatcom and 5G

Discussion panel on Govsatcom and 5G at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 21 June 2017.

Advances in mobile connectivity are rapidly shaping new markets and societal change, while the need for secure communications poses pressing challenges for institutions and enterprises. This panel focuses on the Govsatcom Precursor programme and the announcement of a 5G Joint Statement, two activities led by ESA, where space-based communications provide solutions, shape infrastructure and exploit market opportunities.

Govsatcom Precursor is a first step by ESA to demonstrate what the European space industry can do to support the European Union’s Govsatcom future initiative, designed to pool and share relevant governmental and commercial satellite solutions to provide secure and guaranteed access to satellite communications in support to applications such as crisis management or maritime surveillance

The 5G Joint Statement sees 16 satellite operators, service providers, manufacturers, and ESA join forces to form a strategic vision for the role satellites can play within future 5G networks, the mobile communications solution of the coming decade. It addresses multiple market sectors, including transport, media and entertainment and public safety.

Credit: ESA–Philippe Sebirot, 2017

Discussion panel on Govsatcom and 5G
22-06-2017 02:01 PM CEST

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Discussion panel on Govsatcom and 5G

Discussion panel on Govsatcom and 5G at the ESA pavilion, during the Paris Air and Space Show, on 21 June 2017.

Advances in mobile connectivity are rapidly shaping new markets and societal change, while the need for secure communications poses pressing challenges for institutions and enterprises. This panel focuses on the Govsatcom Precursor programme and the announcement of a 5G Joint Statement, two activities led by ESA, where space-based communications provide solutions, shape infrastructure and exploit market opportunities.

Govsatcom Precursor is a first step by ESA to demonstrate what the European space industry can do to support the European Union’s Govsatcom future initiative, designed to pool and share relevant governmental and commercial satellite solutions to provide secure and guaranteed access to satellite communications in support to applications such as crisis management or maritime surveillance

The 5G Joint Statement sees 16 satellite operators, service providers, manufacturers, and ESA join forces to form a strategic vision for the role satellites can play within future 5G networks, the mobile communications solution of the coming decade. It addresses multiple market sectors, including transport, media and entertainment and public safety.

Credit: ESA–Philippe Sebirot, 2017

Sentinel-3 images fire
21-06-2017 06:39 PM CEST

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Sentinel-3 images fire

A forest fire in Portugal’s Pedrógão Grande region, imaged by Sentinel-3’s Sea and Land Surface Temperature Radiometer on 18 June 2017, showing the extent of the burnt area.

Credit: contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2017), processed by ESA

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Die ESA und die Europäische Raumfahrtindustrie bündeln ihre Kräfte für die Ini tiative „Satelliten für 5G“

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Die ESA und die Europäische Raumfahrtindustrie bündeln ihre Kräfte für die Initiative „Satelliten für 5G“
22-06-2017 10:56 AM CEST

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Die ESA und 16 führende Unternehmen der Satellitenindustrie haben heute auf der Pariser Luft- und Raumfahrtausstellung eine gemeinsame Erklärung über ihre Zusammenarbeit bei der Initiative „Satelliten für 5G“ unterzeichnet.

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