BETs

Official Video of BETs Project

In this video, the operation of BETs deorbiting system is represented.

In this video, the operation of BETs deorbiting system is represented.

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GOCE re-enters atmosphere

GOCE finished re-entering atmosphere after4 years of service

On Sunday 10th at 7 p.m EST the 350 M€ European Space Agency's GOCE (acronym from Gravity field and steady-state Oceanic Circulation Explorer) made a controlled destructive re-entry while descSee the rest of the post»

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BETs displayed at Week of Science

BETs project highlighted at Week of Science Fair in Madrid

The Week of Science is a yearly science fair organized in Madrid by the local governement and sponsored by local public and private entities, which goal is to approach to the general audience relevSee the rest of the post»

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BETs partners meet at IAC2012

BETs partners TECNALIA AND UNIPD visit EMXYS booth at IAC2012

Today, Prof.Enrico Lorenzini from the University of Padova and Mr. Jesús Marcos, Space and Defence Director of TECNALIA, visited the EMXYS stand at IAC2012, where the BETs poster is displayeSee the rest of the post»

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BETs at IAC 2011

Bets project highlighted at IAC 2011 Cape Town

The BETs project was highlighted at the 62nd edition of the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) at Cape Town from October 3rd to 7th. The BETs coordinator, Prof. Juán Ramón SanSee the rest of the post»

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UARS crashed today

UARS probably crashed safely on the Pacific Ocean

NASA's abandoned 6-ton UARS Satellite probably crashed in the northern Pacific Ocean, NASA saSee the rest of the post»

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Falling NASA Satellite

Coverage of UARS Spacecraft\'s crash

Finally, the NASA spacecraft named UARS (Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite) will crash out of control tomorrow, with a little risk of debris impact in populated areas, though the predictions are See the rest of the post»

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Space Debris photo collection

Among others, a motor casing landing in Saudi Arabia ...

Space.com page regaled us with a new collection of photos and pictures about Space Debris and its consequences, showing up the real threat of the excess of waste generated during most SpacSee the rest of the post»

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The growing rate of satellites in orbit

A new press release warns about the growing rate of satellites in orbit expected for the next decade. As the Euroconsult  survey conclude, more than 1000 satellites will be commissioned in orbSee the rest of the post»

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Problem of debris

Again, a piece of news concerning the growing problem of debris of any nature has hit the media thanks to a recent NASA study claiming that the problem might be at a critical phase even in the caseSee the rest of the post»

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Thanks Dr. Lorenzini

Project Preliminary Design Review

Dr. EnricoLorenzini, Professor at the University of Padova, precursor of tether technology development and host of the Project Preliminary Design Review, has gifted the assistants to the meeting, hSee the rest of the post»

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Electrodynamic tether technology starts development

The BETs projects holds its first review meeting in the University of Padova (Italy)

Hosted by the University of Padova and organised by Dr. EnricoLorenzini, the BETs Project team has held the Preliminary Design Review meeting of its FP7 European Project aimed to develop a tether bSee the rest of the post»

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