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  • Renewed support for ESA innovation at Paris Ministerial
    on December 1, 2022 at 10:00 am

    Member State delegations pledged a record-breaking €16.9 billion budget for ESA at last week's Council at Ministerial Level in Paris, including renewed support for dedicated R&D programmes employed by ESA’s Directorate of Technology, Engineering and Quality to invent the future in space. 

  • Hall of mirrors for Proba-3 laser testing
    on November 21, 2022 at 9:24 am

    Image: Hall of mirrors for Proba-3 laser testing

  • ESA’s site for laser and quantum links marks 25 years
    on November 18, 2022 at 12:30 pm

    ESA’s Optical Ground Station, perched high on the slopes of Tenerife’s Mount Teide volcano, has now been peering skyward for a quarter of a century. Originally designed for laser-based communications with satellites, it is today additionally employed for tracking space debris and near-Earth asteroids as well as supporting world-class science: this year’s Physics Nobel Prize winner used the station for a quantum teleportation experiment that extended to the neighboring island of La Palma.

  • NOAA adopts Finland’s CubeSat-proven space weather monitor
    on November 17, 2022 at 2:16 pm

    An advanced X-ray monitoring instrument tested for space aboard an ESA CubeSat will serve as an operational space weather payload on the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Space Weather Next Lagrange 1 Series satellite, currently planned for launch in 2028, which will operate 1.5 million km from Earth, keeping watch for eruptions from our Sun.

  • Tomorrow's technology at ESA
    on November 17, 2022 at 8:23 am

    The  ESA Council at Ministerial level, CM22, is a time for critical decisions. In November 2022, ESA’s Member States, Associate States and Cooperating States will come together to strengthen Europe’s space sector and ensure it continues to serve European citizens. 

Explore the NASA STI Repository (NTRS) on Scientific and Technical Information Program Recent content in Explore the NASA STI Repository (NTRS) on Scientific and Technical Information Program

  • Harvesting Data from the NASA STI Repository (NTRS)
    on March 25, 2021 at 11:46 pm

    Harvesting Data from the NASA STI Repository (NTRS) The NASA Scientific and Technical Information (STI) Program is upgrading the NASA STI Repository (NTRS) launch to enhance discoverability of, and access to, NASA funded STI. The STI Repository promotes the dissemination of NASA STI to the widest audience possible by allowing information to be harvested. In support of these objectives, the upgraded repository has an OpenAPI to provide greater access to publicly available data and further flexibility for dissemination of NASA research results.

  • For Developers
    on March 25, 2021 at 11:33 pm

    For Developers NASA API’s launch makes NASA data, including imagery, eminently accessible to application developers. The NASA STI Repository OpenAPI is the recommended mechanism for access to NASA’s public collection of STI, and is available along with API documentation and guidance. What is STI? STI (scientific and technical information) is defined as a paper, abstract, journal article, presentation, etc. that contains and delivers the results (the analyses of the data, facts, and resulting conclusions) of basic and applied scientific, technical and related engineering research and development.

  • NASA Programs and Directorates
    on March 25, 2021 at 3:58 am

    NASA Programs and Directorates Directorates Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate launch Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (HEOMD) launch Commercial Space Transportation launch Exploration Systems Development Ground Systems Development launch Orion Spacecraft launch Space Launch System launch Operations International Space Station launch Launch Services launch Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) launch Research and Technology Advanced Exploration Systems launch Human Research Program launch Space Life and Physical Sciences Research and Applications launch Space Shuttle Space Shuttle Historical Pages launch Space Shuttle Retirement launch Science Mission Directorate (SMD) launch Astrophysics Division launch Earth Sciences Division launch Heliophysics Division launch Planetary Sciences launch Solar System Exploration launch Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) launch Programs NASA Education Program launch NASA History Office launch Office of the Chief Knowledge Manager launch Office of the Chief Technologist launch

  • The NASA STI Program
    on March 23, 2021 at 5:48 pm

    The NASA STI Program The NASA Scientific and Technical Information (STI) Program is a critical component in the worldwide activity of scientific and technical aerospace research and development. The NASA STI Program acquires, processes, archives, announces, and disseminates NASA STI and acquires worldwide STI of critical importance to NASA and the Nation. Collected from U.S. and international sources, STI is organized according to content prior to being added to the NASA STI Repository (NTRS) launch .

  • Submit to PubSpace
    on March 22, 2021 at 5:02 am

    Submit to PubSpace Who is Required to Participate? | Browse & Search PubSpace | How to Participate | Submission Guides & Resources | Additional Help Who is Required to Participate All NASA-funded researchers (both civil servant and non-civil servant) are required launch to ensure that copies of publications and associated data are deposited into NASA’s designated repository, the STI Repository launch . The PubSpace launch collection, formerly housed by National Institutes of Health (NIH), is now included as a part of the STI Repository.