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Airbus Juice Airbus / R. Schwark
21 September 2017

Airbus Juice

JUICE - JUpiter ICy moons Explorer - is the first large-class mission in ESA's Cosmic Vision 2015-2025 programme. Planned for launch in 2022 and arrival at Jupiter in 2030, it will spend at least three years making detailed observations of the giant gaseous planet Jupiter and three of its largest moons, Ganymede, Callisto and Europa. Airbus is Prime Contractor to ESA. RIME - Radar for Icy Moons Exploration - is an ice penetrating radar to study the subsurface structure of the icy moons down to 9 km depth with vertical resolution of up to 30 m in ice.RIME will work at a central frequency of 9 MHz and will use a 16.60 m antenna. This antenna has been tested by Airbus´ Friedrichshafen (Germany) site in a helicopter flight campaign.

Airbus / R. Schwark
Airbus Juice Airbus / R. Schwark
21 September 2017

Airbus Juice

JUICE - JUpiter ICy moons Explorer - is the first large-class mission in ESA's Cosmic Vision 2015-2025 programme. Planned for launch in 2022 and arrival at Jupiter in 2030, it will spend at least three years making detailed observations of the giant gaseous planet Jupiter and three of its largest moons, Ganymede, Callisto and Europa. Airbus is Prime Contractor to ESA. RIME - Radar for Icy Moons Exploration - is an ice penetrating radar to study the subsurface structure of the icy moons down to 9 km depth with vertical resolution of up to 30 m in ice.RIME will work at a central frequency of 9 MHz and will use a 16.60 m antenna. This antenna has been tested by Airbus´ Friedrichshafen (Germany) site in a helicopter flight campaign.

Airbus / R. Schwark
Airbus Juice Airbus / R. Schwark
21 September 2017

Airbus Juice

JUICE - JUpiter ICy moons Explorer - is the first large-class mission in ESA's Cosmic Vision 2015-2025 programme. Planned for launch in 2022 and arrival at Jupiter in 2030, it will spend at least three years making detailed observations of the giant gaseous planet Jupiter and three of its largest moons, Ganymede, Callisto and Europa. Airbus is Prime Contractor to ESA. RIME - Radar for Icy Moons Exploration - is an ice penetrating radar to study the subsurface structure of the icy moons down to 9 km depth with vertical resolution of up to 30 m in ice.RIME will work at a central frequency of 9 MHz and will use a 16.60 m antenna. This antenna has been tested by Airbus´ Friedrichshafen (Germany) site in a helicopter flight campaign.

Airbus / R. Schwark
Airbus Juice Airbus / R. Schwark
20 September 2017

Airbus Juice

JUICE - JUpiter ICy moons Explorer - is the first large-class mission in ESA's Cosmic Vision 2015-2025 programme. Planned for launch in 2022 and arrival at Jupiter in 2030, it will spend at least three years making detailed observations of the giant gaseous planet Jupiter and three of its largest moons, Ganymede, Callisto and Europa. Airbus is Prime Contractor to ESA. RIME - Radar for Icy Moons Exploration - is an ice penetrating radar to study the subsurface structure of the icy moons down to 9 km depth with vertical resolution of up to 30 m in ice.RIME will work at a central frequency of 9 MHz and will use a 16.60 m antenna. This antenna has been tested by Airbus´ Friedrichshafen (Germany) site in a helicopter flight campaign.

Airbus / R. Schwark
Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK © Airbus 2017
16 August 2017

Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK

Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK, and ready for full system electrical testing. By next eclipse it will be en route to its close-up encounter with our sun!

© Airbus 2017
Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK © Airbus 2017
16 August 2017

Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK

Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK, and ready for full system electrical testing. By next eclipse it will be en route to its close-up encounter with our sun!

© Airbus 2017
BepiColombo - Stack configuration and MOSIF
05 July 2017

BepiColombo - Stack configuration and MOSIF

BepiColombo - Stack configuration and MOSIF

BepiColombo in Space
04 July 2017

BepiColombo in Space

BepiColombo in Space

BepiColombo - Stack building
30 June 2017

BepiColombo - Stack building

BepiColombo - Stack building

BepiColombo - Flight configuration in clean room
07 June 2017

BepiColombo - Flight configuration in clean room

BepiColombo - Flight configuration

21 March 2017

A French astronaut tests the Gandolfi 2 spacesuit during the Moonwalk project's first Mars mission simulation in Rio Tinto.

Test mirror segments for the James Webb Space Telescope
21 March 2017

Test mirror segments for the James Webb Space Telescope

Test mirror segments for the James Webb Space Telescope

21 March 2017

The Gandolfi 2 spacesuit outside the Self-Deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments (SHEE). Airbus Innovations is developing biomedical monitoring technology for the suit.

21 March 2017

The YEMO rover during the Moonwalk project's first Mars mission simulation in the Spanish town of Minas de Rio Tinto.

ESA/NASA´s Solar Probe Ulysses on its way to Jupiter
08 February 2017

ESA/NASA´s Solar Probe Ulysses on its way to Jupiter

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Final touchdown of the Airbus built Rosetta probe on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
30 September 2016

Final touchdown of the Airbus built Rosetta probe on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko

 
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