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Earth & Space Week - Huygens lands on Titan
European Commission website about space research activities in Europe: Huygens approaching Titan

Earth & Space Week - Volker Liebig: ESA’s Earth Observation Head speaks about GMES
European Commission website about space research activities in Europe: Volker Liebig: ESA's Earth Observation Head speaks about GMES

Earth & Space Week - ‘Upwardly mobile’ European astronauts reach for the stars
European Commission website about space research activities in Europe: European astronauts reach for the stars

Earth & Space Week - Giant leap forward for Ariane 5
European Commission website about transport research activities in Europe: Ariane 5 makes spectacular comeback

Earth & Space Week - Winners named in ‘Flag for planet Earth’ contest
European Commission website about transport research activities in Europe: Winners named in Flag for planet Earth' contest

Earth & Space Week - Europe in the solar system
European Commission website about space research activities in Europe

Earth & Space Week - Living legends join Earth & Space Week at CSIS conference
European Commission website about space research activities in Europe

Environment - Global partners sign up to implementation plan
European Commission results of third Earth Observation Summit

Headlines - En route to the red planet
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - Why space research is important to Europe
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - What space research can do for telemedicine
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - Catching up on your rest, for science
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - Getting a Smart view of the moon’s dark face
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - Big month for EU aerospace
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - Flying on an Impulse to promote solar powered air travel
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - ESA's smallest satellite delivering big results
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - Joint EU-ESA initiative vital contributor to Kyoto talks in Nairobi
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - ESA’s Eyharts to call ISS home for a while
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - Keeping watch on environment from space
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - Saturn’s third moon begins to yield its secrets
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Research Infrastructures
RI actors

RI actors - Research Infrastructures - European Commission
European Commission - Research Infrastructures - RI actors

News Centre: Striving for excellence
European Commission - Research. This special edition of magazine RTD Info is dedicated to the thematic priorities of the Sixth Framework programme : aeronautics and space

research*eu - No. 53 September 2007 - Science on alert
Civil aeronautic professionals reflect seriously in the construction of aeroplances capable of breaking the sound barrier (over 6 000 km/h) and using hydrogen as fuel. The 14 partners of the Lapcat project are currently studying the construction of t

research*eu - No. 53 September 2007 - Science on alert
Interview with Thomas Reiter, a German astronaut who spent six months on board the International Space Station during an Astrolab mission. Article published in research*eu 53, August 2007.

research*eu - No.55 January 2008 - Meteorology
What is probably the most important weather centre and the least known to the general public is to be found to the west of London, in Reading. Its models and forecasts serve as a basis for most of Europe’s national meteorological bodies. This c

research*eu - No.55 January 2008 - Meteorology
How can Europe retain its ranking for excellence in astronomy? This question — together with the resulting strategies — is posed by the Astronet study group in its recent report ‘A Science Vision for European Astronomy’.

research*eu - No.55 January 2008 - In brief
European news, Hugo Touchette, mathematician. Did you know that, when cycling, to turn left you first steer to the right? Changing direction on a two-wheeler requires you to turn, for a split second, in the opposite direction. Let’s take a clos

research*eu - Topics - Space - Special GEO - Improving our distance vision
The space adventure has kick-started Earth observation, boosting our knowledge about our planet. Previously scattered around the continents, this knowledge has now been brought together into a global programme that will provide the multisectoral tool

research*eu - Special ERA — November 2009 - Space research, a condensed ERA
The partnership between the EU and ESA is helping to build an attractive ERA serving the ambitions of European space policy.

research*eu - Special ERA — November 2009 - European research, slow but steady progress
To appreciate just how much of a milestone the ‘European Research Area’ concept represented when it was launched 10 years ago, it needs to be seen as the culmination of a disparate but inexorable long-term aspiration that first emerged se

research*eu - Special edition - Satellite - September 2007 - Europe at the forefront
When it comes to remote sensing for civilian purposes, Europe is today’s undisputed leader. A success with its roots in the 1970s that looks all set to continue.

research*eu - Special edition - Satellite - September 2007 - Des applications aussi variées qu'insoupçonnées
Earth observation from space is leading to a vast array of applications. Some are well known, such as weather forecasting, while others have a much lower profile. A brief review.

research*eu - Special edition - Satellite - September 2007 - Six explorers in the service of the planet
ESA’s new initiative in the field of scientific Earth observation satellites is the "Eart

research*eu - Special edition - Satellite - September 2007 - A flourishing decentralised market
As the quality of satellite images continues to improve and they become ever more readily available, the current proliferation of satellite imagery applications presents a golden opportunity for small and medium-sized enterprises.

research*eu - Special edition - Satellite - September 2007 - Humans leave their mark in space
Space debris threatens to make useful orbits impracticable if current space exploitation practices do not change soon. Heiner Klinkrad, Head of the ESOC(1) Space Debris Office, takes stock after a Chinese ballistic missile was used to destroy the dec

research*eu - Special edition - Satellite - September 2007 - Keeping a close watch on the environment
The European Union and ESA have joined forces to create the GMES programme, designed to monitor the global environment in the broadest sense, to ensure the socioeconomic welfare and security of European citizens.

research*eu - Education - Special issue — June 2007 - Conquering the universe… of youth
Presentation of the educational activities of the European Space Agency, both via its website (in different languages and for different ages) and via training programmes and student scholarships. Article published in the special 'Science Education' i

RTD info -N° 38 - July 2003 - Europe faces its future in space 
The space sector is the setting for increasingly keen technological and commercial rivalry at global level.

RTD info -N° 38 - July 2003 - Everyday life in orbit
avant-garde space technologies are a permanent source of innovation transfer in a multitude of fields.

RTD info -N° 38 - July 2003 - Science without gravity
Les vols habites dans l'Espace et le grand dessein de la Station spatiale internationale

RTD info -N° 38 - July 2003 - A springboard to the Universe
European scientific programmes are thus making a prestigious contribution to worldwide astronomic and astrophysical research.

RTD info -N° 38 - July 2003 - Ariane saved at the last moment
The survival of Ariane has been at the heart of the debate on European space policy; the reasons for the crisis and the final happy outcome. 

RTD info -N° 38 - July 2003 - Galileo and GMES: Two vehicles of European ambitions
Galileo et GMES are rooted in the aim of achieving genuine independence in key fields dependent on a command of space: positioning and control of Earth observation.

RTD info -N° 42 - August 2004 - The journey of a flying Dutchman
portrait of the physician and astronaut andre kuipers, dutch member of the esa european astronaut corps, after his flight and scientific mission on the international space station in april 2004

RTD info -N° 44 - February 2005 - Uniting to make a world of difference
rtd info 44 - dossier on earth observation: interview with achilleas mitsos, director general of research at the ec

RTD info -N° 44 - February 2005 - Europe sets its sights on GMES
rtd info 44 - dossier on earth observation: article on the gmes initiative

RTD info -N° 44 - February 2005 - Ensuring emergencies do not become disasters
rtd info 44 (01/2005): article on remote detection in the face of natural risks

RTD info -N° 44 - February 2005 - Looking to the heavens when disaster strikes
rtd info 44 (01/2004) : earth & space dossier - international charter space and disasters

RTD info - N° 46 - August 2005 - A week with the stars
in 2004, barbara burtscher, a physics student from switzerland, won the special donated prize in the european young scientists contest. in 2005, she was rewarded with a visit to the esa site in chile. barbara recounts her experiences.

RTD info - N° 47 - January 2006 - IN BRIEF
rtd info 47: in brief

RTD info - N° 48 - February 2006 - Women WISE up for space
after various experiments in simulating life in space carried out on men, two teams of women participants in the wise project tested life under conditions of weightlessness at the medes hospital in toulouse. coordinated by the esa, the experiment was

RTD info -Special Issue - March 2004 - Intuition and fantasy
The European Space Agency (ESA) collects texts, takes the measure of 'futuristic' ideas and organises a science fiction literary competition.

Investigación - I+DT info - Edición especial: EIROforum - El espacio europeo sin fronteras
Desde 1973, la Agencia Espacial Europea , símbolo del progreso de la ciencia y de la tecnología, constituye el centro de diseño y operaciones que hace posible la presencia europea en el espacio. La ESA se fundamenta en la voluntad de cooperación exis

Investigación - I+DT info - Edición especial: EIROforum - Las revoluciones de la ciencia offshore
Entrevista a David Southwood, director científico de la ESA.

Investigación - I+DT info - Edición especial: EIROforum - The sentinels of the Earth System
Con vistas a reaccionar ante la preocupante evolución de las condiciones medioambientales del planeta, la tecnología espacial tiene que desempeñar un papel clave tanto para establecer un diagnóstico como para elaborar el tratamiento o velar por que e

Investigación - I+DT info - Edición especial: EIROforum - Marte y Venus, nuestros vecinos
En la actualidad, Europa está lanzando sondas hacia los dos planetas del sistema solar más cercanos al nuestro. Si conociéramos mejor a estos planetas vecinos podríamos obtener nuevas perspectivas científicas acerca de la formación y el destino de lo