Raymond Hoofs – ESA’ space exploration and its positive impact is online

You can now view Raymond Hoofs’s lecture in our videos section or on our youtube channel – part 1; part 2. Raymond Hoofs was Science operations engineer on Rosetta spacecraft. He was part of the team that landed the spacecraft on the surface of the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in September. He also worked on the Venus Express mission and is currently working

ISS and its science and exploration mission, Plovdiv

On the 11th of November, Antonio Fortunato – lead EUROCOM, and deputy lead of Crew Operations for the ESA Astronaut Office, gave a wonderful presentation about the International Space Station (ISS) and its importance for science and exploration, in Plovdiv. Antonio spoke about the operations in the ISS and what life is like on the station. He also explained what the different modules

ISS and its science and exploration mission, Sofia

On the 9th of November, Antonio Fortunato – lead EUROCOM, and deputy lead of Crew Operations for the ESA Astronaut Office, gave a wonderful presentation about the International Space Station (ISS) and its importance for science and exploration, in Sofia University. Antonio gave us an insignt on the operations in the ISS and a good idea of what life is like on

ESA’ space exploration and its positive impact, Shumen

We visited Shumen on the 31st of October, where Raycho Raychev – founder of Space Challenges, gave a presentation about the European Agency’s space exploration effort in Shumen University. Raycho gave the public more information about ESA, its current missions and why their exploration effort is so important. We were glad to find interested people in Shumen and we hope

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

ESA’ space exploration and its positive impact, Sofia

On the 28th of October, Raymond Hoofs – science operation engineer for several ESA missions, gave a wonderful presentation about the European Agency’s space exploration effort. 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

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