On October 10 the European Space Agency (ESA) sent a message to the stars, ignoring dire warnings from science fiction writers and scientists including Stephen Hawking.
In a surprising and refreshing change from the low-profile, unexciting tone of previous official statements by the European Space Agency (ESA), the new Director General ESA Director General Johann-Dietrich Woerner stated that the Agency plans to return to the Moon and build a permanent outpost there. The habitat could be built on-site by a giant 3D printer using construction material available on the Moon.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has announced the Quantum program, which will develop uniquely flexible, revolutionary telecommunication satellites that can be reconfigured from Earth.
In one of the most awesome space achievements of 2014, the Rosetta team of the European Space Agency (ESA) landed a spacecraft on a comet, which performed scientific measurements and sent data and images back. Sadly, most media coverage of the mission has been centered on the pathetic ShirtStorm (or, better, BullShirtStorm) caused by online mobs of embittered feminists who didn’t like the shirt worn by mission scientist Matt Taylor at a press conference.