Seeing is believing. Our great visions of space exploration require also a trustable vision system. Curiosity rover snapping dozens of pictures every day is capable to see the Red Planet in different way than the human eye. Needless to say, human vision is highly adapted to the specific conditions here on Earth. “The exploration of Mars will require radically different qualities of the vision system because of both the Mars atmospheric properties and the range of things that this vision system will need to be able to see.”
European Mars Conference 2014: Sending Humans to Mars a Principle of Space Exploration, Says Former NASA Director
Let’s say it straight. Mars is, without any doubt our next step in space exploration, sparking our imagination for many years in spaceflight history. Professor G. Scott Hubbard of Stanford University and former NASA Ames Research Center will give a speech on Sept. 6 about Mars exploration at the European Mars Conference (EMC) 2014 that will take place in Podzamcze, Poland.
On Friday the 29th of August, the expert team for the Polish region of Galileo Masters has met. Jury shortlisted the competition finalists and the winner.
It is very probable that the European Space Agency will be joined by two new member states from our region – Estonia and Hungary.
Welcome to the live event of BRITE-PL 2 “Heweliusz” satellite launch into orbit. This satellite is scheduled to be launched on 19th of August at 03:15 UTC, which is 05:15 CEST (Central European Summer Time).
On the 7th of July the phase of proposal submission in the Galileo Masters competition has ended. The Polish edition of this contest has achieved very good results, scoring the 4th place in the general classification of all regions!
Between April and August the Polish Parliament has worked on the act establishing the Polish Space Agency.
The English language website of Kosmonauta.net has been just re-launched.
Starting from the 1st of April you can send your innovative idea for satellite navigation…
The Integrated Applications Promotion (IAP) is one of the optional European Space Agency (ESA) programmes…