Spaceopal on behalf of the European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) recently completed the construction of the new Galileo Sensor Station (GSS) in the Kerguelen Islands, in the French Southern and Antarctic Lands (TAAF), in the middle of the Indian Ocean.
Telespazio UK has been awarded a €14M Framework Service contract by the European Space Agency to run as, leader of a consortium of European companies, the science operations centres of the astronomy, heliophysics and fundamental physics missions of ESA at the European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC) in Madrid, Spain.
For 2021 the Love Planet Earth deals with “Sustainability and development: reconcilable necessities for the Planet’s future” and offers a reflection on the Sustainable Development Goals from the 2030 UN's Agenda.
Nature has always been perceived by human beings as the main source for its own survival and evolution, and an irrational, fascinating and destructive power at the same time. The opportunity to take advantage of nature by obtaining food, resources and instruments clashes with the risk of its impoverishment, up to the displacement of its equilibrium.
The encounter between land and water as a source of life and the origin of human development. These two elements, always a symbol of fertility, preserve the rare biodiversity of our planet and represent the dawn of the many civilizations that have inhabited it.
We are guests of our planet and its changes are the signs of our lives, our culture needs or just of ourselves. Climate changes give us evident effects of their presence, here on the Earth, but also from a long distance.