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ESTEC project in 1966
04-04-2018 06:34 PM CEST

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ESTEC project in 1966

On 3 April 1968, the new European Space Technology and Research Centre, ESTEC, was inaugurated by HRHs Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus of the Netherlands. In the five decades since, ESTEC has grown into ESA’s largest establishment, and the technical and organisational hub of Europe’s space sector. An event held at ESTEC on 3 April 2018 in celebration of these achievements and to look ahead to the future.

Credits: ESA-G.Porter

Franco Ongaro, Director of Technology, Engineering and Quality, Head of ESTEC Establishment
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Franco Ongaro, Director of Technology, Engineering and Quality, Head of ESTEC Establishment

On 3 April 1968, the new European Space Technology and Research Centre, ESTEC, was inaugurated by HRHs Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus of the Netherlands. In the five decades since, ESTEC has grown into ESA’s largest establishment, and the technical and organisational hub of Europe’s space sector. An event held at ESTEC on 3 April 2018 in celebration of these achievements and to look ahead to the future.

Credits: ESA-G.Porter

Maria Grulich – Young Graduate Trainee (YGT) in Guidance, Navigation & Control Section
04-04-2018 06:34 PM CEST

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Maria Grulich – Young Graduate Trainee (YGT) in Guidance, Navigation & Control Section

On 3 April 1968, the new European Space Technology and Research Centre, ESTEC, was inaugurated by HRHs Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus of the Netherlands. In the five decades since, ESTEC has grown into ESA’s largest establishment, and the technical and organisational hub of Europe’s space sector. An event held at ESTEC on 3 April 2018 in celebration of these achievements and to look ahead to the future.

Credits: ESA-G.Porter

Dominika Perz – YGT in Guidance, Navigation & Control Section
04-04-2018 06:34 PM CEST

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Dominika Perz – YGT in Guidance, Navigation & Control Section

On 3 April 1968, the new European Space Technology and Research Centre, ESTEC, was inaugurated by HRHs Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus of the Netherlands. In the five decades since, ESTEC has grown into ESA’s largest establishment, and the technical and organisational hub of Europe’s space sector. An event held at ESTEC on 3 April 2018 in celebration of these achievements and to look ahead to the future.

Credits: ESA-G.Porter

Arthur Van Eeckhout – YGT in Technology Transfer & Business Incubation Office
04-04-2018 06:34 PM CEST

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Arthur Van Eeckhout – YGT in Technology Transfer & Business Incubation Office

On 3 April 1968, the new European Space Technology and Research Centre, ESTEC, was inaugurated by HRHs Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus of the Netherlands. In the five decades since, ESTEC has grown into ESA’s largest establishment, and the technical and organisational hub of Europe’s space sector. An event held at ESTEC on 3 April 2018 in celebration of these achievements and to look ahead to the future.

Credits: ESA-G.Porter

Rohan Ramasamy – YGT in Advanced Concepts Team
04-04-2018 06:34 PM CEST

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Rohan Ramasamy – YGT in Advanced Concepts Team

On 3 April 1968, the new European Space Technology and Research Centre, ESTEC, was inaugurated by HRHs Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus of the Netherlands. In the five decades since, ESTEC has grown into ESA’s largest establishment, and the technical and organisational hub of Europe’s space sector. An event held at ESTEC on 3 April 2018 in celebration of these achievements and to look ahead to the future.

Credits: ESA-G.Porter

Jan Wörner, DG ESA and Jan Rijpstra, Mayor of Noordwijk
04-04-2018 06:34 PM CEST

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Jan Wörner, DG ESA and Jan Rijpstra, Mayor of Noordwijk

On 3 April 1968, the new European Space Technology and Research Centre, ESTEC, was inaugurated by HRHs Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus of the Netherlands. In the five decades since, ESTEC has grown into ESA’s largest establishment, and the technical and organisational hub of Europe’s space sector. An event held at ESTEC on 3 April 2018 in celebration of these achievements and to look ahead to the future.

Credits: ESA-G.Porter

Jan Wörner, DG ESA and Mona Keijzer, State Secretary for Economic Affairs and Climate
04-04-2018 06:34 PM CEST

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Jan Wörner, DG ESA and Mona Keijzer, State Secretary for Economic Affairs and Climate

On 3 April 1968, the new European Space Technology and Research Centre, ESTEC, was inaugurated by HRHs Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus of the Netherlands. In the five decades since, ESTEC has grown into ESA’s largest establishment, and the technical and organisational hub of Europe’s space sector. An event held at ESTEC on 3 April 2018 in celebration of these achievements and to look ahead to the future.

Credits: ESA-G.Porter

Jan Wörner, DG ESA and Jean-Jacques Dordain, former ESA Director General
04-04-2018 06:34 PM CEST

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Jan Wörner, DG ESA and Jean-Jacques Dordain, former ESA Director General

On 3 April 1968, the new European Space Technology and Research Centre, ESTEC, was inaugurated by HRHs Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus of the Netherlands. In the five decades since, ESTEC has grown into ESA’s largest establishment, and the technical and organisational hub of Europe’s space sector. An event held at ESTEC on 3 April 2018 in celebration of these achievements and to look ahead to the future.

Credits: ESA-G.Porter

Celebrating 50 years of ESTEC
04-04-2018 06:34 PM CEST

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Celebrating 50 years of ESTEC

On 3 April 1968, the new European Space Technology and Research Centre, ESTEC, was inaugurated by HRHs Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus of the Netherlands. In the five decades since, ESTEC has grown into ESA’s largest establishment, and the technical and organisational hub of Europe’s space sector. An event held at ESTEC on 3 April 2018 in celebration of these achievements and to look ahead to the future.

Credits: ESA-G.Porter

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