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|ESA summer workshop for teachers 2013|
|(22.04 2013) This year ESA is organising the 4th summer workshop for science teachers of students between 14 and 18 years of age. The workshop will be held at ESA’s European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC), located in Noordwijk , the Netherlands , from 20 to 23 August 2013 .|
|Workshop for teachers (esa.int)|
|(20.04 2013) Learn about our Universe and life in Space or enter the Space Gallery competition.|
|Apply and 'drop' your experiment in 2013|
|(11.10 2012) European students are invited to submit their proposals on microgravity experiments for the 2013 Drop Your Thesis! campaign using the Zarm drop tower in Bremen, Germany. Proposals can be submitted until 11 February 2013.|
|ESA student experiment (esa.int)|
|Galileo satellites moved to pad for Friday launch|
|(09.10 2012) The two Galileo satellites and their upper stage have been enclosed within their protective fairing, and moved to join the Soyuz rocket on the launch pad.|
|Mission completed for ATV-3|
|(05.10 2012) ESA’s ATV-3 cargo ferry completed its successful mission to the International Space Station (ISS) when it re-entered the atmosphere on 3 October 2012. After six months in orbit, Edoardo Amaldi burned up as planned over an uninhabited area of the southern Pacific Ocean.|
|Space science gives European teachers a boost|
|(25.07 2012) ESA’s third summer workshop for teachers took a four-day journey into space to boost science, technology, engineering and maths education in classrooms across Europe.|
|Teacher workshop (esa.int)|
|ESA's Mars Express supports dramatic landing on Mars|
|(25.07 2012) On 6 August, NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory will make a spectacular landing to deliver the Curiosity rover to the Red Planet. ESA’s Mars Express will track the mission’s progress, recording crucial flight data right until ‘wheels down’ on the alien surface.|
|Aurora Australis over Concordia station 18 July|
|(20.07 2012) A stunning image showing Aurora Australis – the Southern Lights – glowing over Concordia station in the Antarctic, one of the remotest places on Earth, on 18 July 2012.|
|Aurora Australis (esa.int)|
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