A Polish company has completed work on cloud-based solutions for space weather prediction for the European Space Agency (ESA).
Set to launch in 2026, the European Space Agency’s PLATO mission aims to revolutionise our understanding of how planets formed and planetary systems evolved by hunting down hundreds of alien planets and analysing their radius, mass and age.
The competition organised by Warsaw company CloudFerro set out to identify the most beautiful images of the Earth.
The deal with the European Space Agency, the biggest ever in Poland’s space industry history, will see the arm being used to service satellites in the Earth’s orbit.
The technique, which has already unearthed stars, allows scientists to see what is invisible.
The Polish Sener Polska company will make auxiliary equipment for the assembly and testing of solar panels on the European Space Agency's (ESA) JUICE satellite.
The entrepreneur has raised the possibility of using nuclear bombs to blast the planet’s poles as a means of terraforming.
The last of eight Polish devices to be used for testing new-generation European meteorological satellites under the European Space Agency's (ESA) MetOp-SG programme were delivered to ESA in mid-August.
The new x-ray telescope will allow scientists to look into the deep universe where the first gas structures and super massive black holes formed.
Sener Polska has designed and produced one of the key elements of a project to land a rover on Mars. The Umbilical Release Mechanism (URM) is a connection between the Mars rover and its landing platform, which will be put on the red planet as part of the ExoMars mission.