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A Greek Architect's Designs for the Moon

Determined to become a fixed star rather than a passing comet in his domain, young Greek architect engineer Angelos Chrysovalantis Alfatzis has made a significant contribution to the study of materials for building habitable constructions in space, while working...

Greek Graduate Designs Homes For Europe's ''Moon Village''

Angelos Chrysovalantis Alfatzis is a Greek who, along with his colleagues, designed the premises of a future European establishment on the moon. Alfatzis' team, which is also comprised of engineers and biologists, has already been distinguished by the European Space...

Cyprus to Sign as European Cooperating State with European Space Agency

The Republic of Cyprus will sign on Wednesday the European Cooperating State (ECS) Agreement with the European Space Agency (ESA), which will allow Cyprus to participate actively in the activities and programs of ESA. The agreement paves the way for...

Greece Could be Stripped of European Space Agency Membership

Greece may soon find itself excluded from the European Space Agency (ESA) while it has already lost its right to vote, since it has not paid its financial contribution to the ESA for the last three years, Thessaloniki University...

Cyprus to Explore Space Technology

The need of Cyprus to explore its own capabilities in the field of space technology highlighted Communications Minister Marios Demetriades. Addressing the International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of Environment held in Paphos, Demetriades said that space technology are...

Greek Students to Participate in Supergravity Experiment

Four university student groups -among them a Greek team from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki- were selected by the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop and implement their supergravity experiments. The experiments will be carried out under the sixth “Spin Your Thesis!”...

April 21: The Day of The Colonels and The Junta

April 21 is a day most Greeks remember with fear. It was 47 years ago, just weeks before scheduled elections, that a coup of far right-wing military officers seized power and plunged the country into seven years of dictatorial...