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ESA to build garbage-collecting robot that cleans up space by hugging space debris and crashing


According to the ESA, the first target of the ClearSpace-1 mission is Vespa, a piece of debris that came from the ESA’s Vega launcher in 2013. ... The mission was to remove Envisat — a defunct satellite of the ESA that weighed eight tons. "...

Images from ESA's spacecraft shows Nirgal Vallis, an ancient, dried-up river system on Mars


According to the ESA, the valleys captured in the images are estimated to be about 656 feet deep and 6,561 feet wide, with sandy dunes blanketing their floors. ... “Despite the arid, hostile world we see today, Mars is thought to have once been a far warmer and wetter planet – and we see signs of this in the diverse mix of features and minerals found across its surface,” the ESA said. "...

ESA researchers look at lunar dust as a potential raw material for constructing future manned outposts on the moon


The researchers are part of an effort by the European Space Agency (ESA) to prepare for a return to the Moon. ... The ESA researchers decided to look for alternatives close to the Moon, so to speak. "...

ESA's ExoMars orbiter finds "significant amounts of water" just three feet below surface of Mars


ESA’s ExoMars orbiter finds “significant amounts of water” just three feet below surface of Mars Sunday, December 26, 2021 by: Ethan Huff breakthrough , Candor Chaos , discoveries , Europe Space Agency , ExoMars , goodscience , Life on Mars , liquid water , Mars , outer space , planets , red planet , Trace Gas Orbiter , water Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.afinalwarning.com/580123.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) A new discovery has been made that suggests the planet ...

The search for life on Mars by the ESA reaches important milestone as ExoMars Rover prepares for its "shake and bake"


The last attempt by the ESA to put a vehicle down on the Red Planet took place in 2016. ... Meanwhile, researchers are browsing images taken by the ESA’s Mars Express satellite. "...

Space race? Russia to partner with China to build the first lunar base after rejecting US space deal


The European Space Agency (ESA) is said to be closely monitoring the program in anticipation of joining. ... Signed by the U.S., Russia, Canada, Japan and ESA member states, the IGA laid out a cooperative framework for the peaceful use of the ISS. "...

Mysterious cloud over volcano Arsia Mons in Mars reappears 2 years after previous sighting


ESA scientists began tracking the cloud around September that year, which remained in place in the following October. ... In fact, ESA scientists confirmed that the cloud is not linked to volcanic activity. "...

Valleys and channels on Mars reveal evidence of ancient groundwater


Furthermore, the European Space Agency (ESA) research team uncovered evidence of mineral deposits in those craters. ... In a recent statement, ESA researcher Dmitri Titov stressed the importance of these findings. "...

Earth's magnetic field over the South Atlantic is WEAKENING and scientists aren't entirely certain why


According to the European Space Agency (ESA), between 1970 and 2020, the “minimum field strength” of the South Atlantic Anomaly has dropped from 24,000 nanoteslas to 22,00o. ... ESA spacecraft studying the weakening magnetic field This new anomaly is making scientists worried. "...

Satellite images of Mars show valleys and trenches where ancient rivers once flowed


New satellite images taken by the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Mars Express Satellite now help paint a clearer picture of Mars before it became the cold, dry world it’s kno wn today. ... “We see Mars as a cold, dry world, but plenty of evidence suggests that this was not always the case,” said ESA. "...

European governments launch project to confirm presence of alien life


European governments launch project to confirm presence of alien life Monday, July 03, 2017 by: Russel Davis European Space Agency , exoplanets , NASA , PLATO , Space , space exploration - (Natural News ) A committee of the European Space Agency (ESA) has given the green light on its PLAnetary Transits and Oscillations of stars (PLATO) mission, enabling the initiative to transition from blueprint to construction. ... According to the ESA, the PLATO project is slated for launch ...

Scientists find evidence of an underground water system on MARS – could it have supported alien life?


“Findings like this are hugely important; they help us to identify the regions of Mars that are the most promising for finding signs of past life,” said Dmitri Titov, ESA’s Mars Express project scientist. ... Sources include: ESA.int ScienceAlert.com DailyMail.co.uk Previous :What planet is Earth’s closest neighbor? "...

NASA is monitoring a weird dent in the Earth's magnetic field over the South Atlantic


According to the European Space Agency (ESA), this region emerged southwest of Africa over the past five years, leading scientists to theorize that the SAA is going to split into two cells. ... ESA added that the SAA is slowly but steadily drifting westward at around 12.5 miles per year. "...

Swedish scientists compile a "microfossil atlas" to help NASA learn more about Martian microfossils


According to a study published in Frontiers in Earth Science, the upcoming Mars expeditions by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the European Space Agency (ESA) – both of which have the specific aim to search for signs of life on the Red Planet – may be doomed to fail by one glaring gap in paleontological research: the lack of a terrestrial analog fossil record . "...

Asteroid nearly collides with Earth in close call fly-by


Meanwhile, the European Space Agency (ESA)’s Near-Earth Object Coordination Centeris also conducting efforts to monitor NEOs. ... Sources include: LiveScience.com JPL.NASA.gov Space.com CosmosMagazine.com ESA.int 1 ESA.int 2 Previous :Study: Heavy rainfall flooded lakes and rivers on ancient Mars Next : CO2 SAVES THE PLANET: Research confirms that high levels of carbon dioxide result in “global greening” as forests and food crops flourish - More news on asteroid flyby NASA ...

EPA report says glyphosate may harm – even kill – over 90% of endangered species


The evaluation was conducted to assess the effects of glyphosate on some 1,800 protected plants and animals, pursuant to the ESA. ... “The goal and the purpose here is not a glyphosate ban,” explained Lori Ann Burd, the environmental health program director at the Center for Biological Diversity, which sued the EPA to force the ESA review. "...

"Blue" sand dunes on Mars stun in NASA photo


But data from the European Space Agency‘s (ESA) Mars Express, which entered orbit around the planet in 2003, shows that hundreds of square miles of permafrost surround the south pole . ... According to the ESA, the dark hue was due to the composition of the sand dunes, which are made of minerals also found on Earth, such as pyroxene and olivine. "...

Water on the Red Planet: NASA's Curiosity rover discovers high amount of clay on Mars


In a joint effort of both NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA), rock and soil samples from the surface of Mars will be brought back to Earth. ... This lander will have an ESA-built “fetch rover,” which will deploy as close as possible to the Mars 2020 landing site. "...

Mysterious Mars: Methane "burp" previously detected on Mars "seems to have disappeared"


Despite its cutting-edge sensor, the ExoMars orbiter didn’t detect a whiff of the methane spikes reported by preceding NASA and ESA studies. ... “The methane previously detected by ground-based telescopes, the ESA (European Space Agency) Mars Express spacecraft and the Nasa Curiosity rover seems to have disappeared.” "...

Astronomers: Dead star sent massive X-ray, radio waves to Earth


According to the European Space Agency (ESA), an FRB was detected on April 28, of this year, after it emitted a powerful combination of radio and X-ray energy waves that are believed to have come from a dead star that produced the same surges 30,000 years ago. ... According to the researchers, after quieting down for a period of time, the dead star woke up and emitted a powerful X-ray blast – the same one recorded by Italian scientists in late April using the ESA Integral satellite, ...