The gravitational-wave hunter LISA will be switched off after its successful mission. The data gathered by the tiny probe will help scientists build space instruments that detect gravitational waves -- for a better look at the universe.
Gravitational waves were first detected on Earth. But soon the search continues in space. This Tuesday the satellite LISA Pathfinder will be switched off. Her data will live on in a new experiment.
The space probe Gaia has been surveying our Milky Way for four years. Now, ESA officials have presented the most complete star catalog ever published. But it doesn't hold a candle to what'll come in 2024.
In an interview with Deutsche Welle, Director General of the European Space Agency, Jan Wörner, outlined the agency's plans for Mars, the moon and dealing with satellites in deeps space.
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