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ESA

abbreviation for EURATOM SUPPLY AGENCY.
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The overall objective of the European Cooperative Country Plan is to connect Bulgaria with the programs and activities of the European Space Agency and to prepare it in the most effective way for future accession to the European Space Agency.
Building a smart city outside earth could be sooner than one imagined, according to an expert at European Space Agency (ESA).
"For example there is the Mission X Train like an astronaut programme which has been developed by NASA and European Space Agency scientists and fitness professionals to inspire students to learn about nutrition and exercise as well as to increase their activity levels."
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- A quick look at the immediate plans for the mission on the International Space Station, starting with the arrival of the new crew members: NASA astronaut Terry Virts, European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, and cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov.
A STUNNING image showing where the robot probe Philae is due to make history by touching down on a fastmoving comet has been released by the European Space Agency (ESA).
European Space Agency Surveying the stars with Europe's Gaia.
"FAAPS is an excellent example of the added value of satellite data made accessible to crisis-man-agement teams for aiding rescue operations," notes Olivier Becu of the European Space Agency, a codeveloper of the new site.
Ukrainian news agency ICTV said that the European Space Agency is equipping the upper module of its Vega rockets with the Ukrainian liquid-fuel RD-869 rocket engine.
Enterprise webcasting and lecture capture provider Sonic Foundry Inc (Nasdaq:SOFO) announced on Tuesday that its Mediasite webcasting platform has been chosen by the Concurrent Design Facility (CDF) to enhance the quality and consistency of knowledge design sessions for the European Space Agency (ESA).
Summary: The European Space Agency has delayed the launch of a supply rocket bound for the International Space Station.
Jan Tauber, of the European Space Agency, added: "This image is just a glimpse of what Planck will ultimately see."
The 37-year-old helicopter test pilot was one of six hopefuls picked from more than 8,400 candidates by the European Space Agency (Esa).

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