ESA’ space exploration and its positive impact, Plovdiv

On the 29th of October, Raymond Hoofs – science operation engineer for several ESA missions, gave a wonderful presentation about the European Agency’s space exploration effort in the Plovdiv planetarium.


Raymond is part of the engineering crew which landed Rosetta on the comet 67P just one month ago and he also worked on the missions Venus Express and BepiColombo (to Venus and Mercury). He gave the public lots of insignts from his point of view and explained the importance of exploration missions.


What better place to gather many people who are interested in space, than a planetarium? Raymond gave them insights from his unique perspective and showed them all that science and exploration should not be something reserved only for scientists who work in the space agencies.

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