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ESA Euronews: Space for Earth
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We have all heard of climate change, but what’s really happening to our planet now, in November 2015? As the COP21 summit in Paris looms in December, we set out to establish some of the scientific fundamentals, and hear how space technology is being used to get a truly global view of Earth’s vital signs.
Are we limited to parallel universes? Prepare to be mind blown by these four other prevailing multiverse theories.
The theory of parallel universes is not a new concept — the term multiverse has been used as early as 1895. 519 more words
Lisa Pathfinder mission overview
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LISA Pathfinder will pave the way for future missions by testing in flight the very concept of gravitational wave detection: it will put two test masses in a near-perfect gravitational free-fall and control and measure their motion with unprecedented accuracy.
Earth from Space: Chinese Painting
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Earth from Space is presented by Malì Cecere from the ESA Web-TV virtual studios. The one hundred sixty-fourth edition features a Sentinel-2A image of Qingdao and surroundings, in China.
New animation from the European Space Agency shows the Philae Landers journey to Chury. The lander touched-down 3 times before settling on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on Nov. 24 more words