ESA’s flagship magazine informs the space-interested public of the Agency’s activities. In addition to a wide range of articles, every issue provides an overview of the status of ESA’s major space projects.
Global environmental change is the most fundamental challenge facing humanity. How are satellites providing the information needed for understanding the effect of increasing human activity? The two lead articles in the latest issue of ESA’s magazine tackle the subject.
ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE:
The Changing Earth – New Scientific Challenges for ESA’s Living Planet Programme; Volker Liebig et. al.
Reaping the Rewards – Coordinating Europe’s Earth Observation Ground System; Eugenia Forcada et al.
Sleeping Satellites – Nursing Cluster through Critical Eclipses; Jürgen Volpp et al.
Building the Future – Acquiring Experience for Space Station and Columbus; Aldo Petrivelli
Electronic Propulsion on SMART-1 – A Technology Milestone; Denis Estublier et al.
Proba Proves the Technology – Proba-1 Passes 5 Years in Orbit; Frederic Teston et al.
Strengthening the Management of ESA – The Inter-Directorate Reform of Corporate & Risk Management; Jörg Feustel-Büechl et al.
Developing Trends in Public Procurement – A Unique Symposium for Space and Defence Procurement; Eric Morel et al.