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Mars Crater Reveals Red Planet’s Past Climate

The European Space Agency and Roscosmo's ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter published an image of a newly discovered crater on Mars on Monday. The image, which was taken on June 13, 2021, reveals a fascinating new history on the planet's surface....

The Future of Space Exploration in 2022

2022 will be a big year for space exploration, as the United States, China, and other major countries all have ambitious plans for the Moon, Mars, and beyond. 2021 was a major year for space: NASA reached the sun's atmosphere...

“Significant Amounts of Water” Discovered on Mars

Scientists announced on Wednesday that they have discovered "significant amounts of water" in the Valles Marineris on Mars. The discovery was made by an orbiter traveling around the planet, called the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter. The orbiter was launched in...

ESA Mission “Hera” to Explore Impact of Asteroid Collision

Much like NASA's upcoming DART, or Double Asteroid Redirection Test, mission, to change the course of a heavenly body to see if it might be possible to protect the Earth from an asteroid collision, the European Space Agency's "Hera"...

NASA’s Hubble Captures Galaxy 68 Million Light Years from Earth

NASA announced on Friday that its Hubble Space Telescope captured an image of a "jewel-bright" spiral galaxy, which is 68 million light years from Earth. NASA and the European Space Agency shared the photo of this sparking "new" galaxy on Friday....

Satellite Images Document Alarming Coastal Erosion in Greece

The European Space Agency warned about the fragility of Greece’s coastline that indicates the likelihood of coastal erosion increasing.

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...

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!”...

Vangelis Composes Theme for Rosetta Space Mission

Oscar-winning Greek composer Vangelis (Papathanasiou) has been commissioned to write three musical numbers for the Rosetta ESA mission. The European Space Agency made history yesterday by landing the first spacecraft on the surface of a comet. The Philae spacecraft landed...