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Last 50 tweets from @esa
📺 Join us for the #Artemis I mission status briefing on #NASAtv at 22:00 GMT/23:00 CET to discuss @NASA_Orion's Return Powered Flyby of the Moon and decisions to deploy recovery assets 👉
#Artemis I update: ✅today at 16:40 GMT/17:40 CET, the #EuropeanServiceModule for @NASA_Orion fired its main engine at less than 127 km from the Moon's surface to put the #Artemis spacecraft on a course for Earth 👉… #OrionESM #ESM #ComingHome
😮 @NASA_Orion confirms Acquisition of Signal and what a view! #Artemis I is now heading home! 👏
Follow real-time #Artemis I updates now on @esaspaceflight 👇
The return powered flyby burn has begun, the European Service Module will fire the main engine for three minutes and 27 seconds.
@NASA_Orion is out of signal behind the Moon, so confirmation that the @NASAArtemis spacecraft is on route to Earth will come in half an hour...
ESA Retweeted ·  
Live view of the @esa European Service Module control room as @NASA_Orion prepares for the return powered flyby burn around the Moon to return to Earth.
Can you spot @shaunthesheep ?…
#Artemis I #ForwardToTheMoon
ESA Retweeted ·  
The solar array wings on the European Service Module are continuing to swivel forward and back to get the best views of the Moon, and they are amazingly atmospheric!
Watch @NASAArtemis live:
#ForwardToTheMoon #Artemis
ESA Retweeted ·  
That's no Moon... well, yes it is!
3000 km from the Moon, the European Service Module and @NASA_Orion approach our natural satellite to get a lunar gravity boost and return home to planet Earth.
🔴 Watch the @NASAArtemis flyby live:
😮 Great images of @NASA_Orion and the European Service Module coming in live right now, ahead of the Return Powered Flyby engine burn 👇
LIVE NOW: @NASA_Orion is harnessing the Moon’s gravity to accelerate back toward Earth.

The spacecraft is expected to fly about 79 miles above the lunar surface at 11:42am ET (1642 UTC). #Artemis…
ESA Retweeted ·  
In reply to @AschbacherJosef
Since 1977, Meteosat satellites have set the standard for European excellence and cooperation in meteorology. Following the success of 1st and 2nd generations of Meteosat (MSG), it is time for the Meteosat Third Generation (MTG) to carry the torch.… #MTGI1
📺 Join us live in 15 mins (at 14:30 GMT/15:30 CET) for the pre-launch press briefing for #MTGI1 on #ESAWebTV.

Hear from representatives of @ESA_EO, @eumetsat @Thales_Alenia_S and @metoffice on the benefits of the satellite.

📺 Join us live in 15 mins (at 14:30 GMT/15:30 CET) for the pre-launch press briefing for #MTGI1 on #ESAWebTV.

Hear from representatives of @ESA_EO, @eumetsat @Thales_Alenia_S and @metoffice on the benefits of the satellite.

🔴 Live now, coverage of #Artemis I Return Powered Flyby and #OrionESM engine burn 👇
In reply to @esaspaceflight
Watch @NASA_Orion's flyby of the Moon live via @NASA television from 15:00 CET (14:00 GMT). After the flyby the @NASAArtemis spacecraft will be well and truly heading home…
ESA Retweeted ·  
While @NASA_Orion is about to make its closest approach to the Moon🌕, the backbone of the fifth @esa European Service module, the one that will serve @NASAArtemis mission V, is getting ready to depart from @Thales_Alenia_S in #Turin, to continue its integration phase in #Bremen.
ESA Retweeted ·  
In reply to @esaspaceflight
Watch @NASA_Orion's flyby of the Moon live via @NASA television from 15:00 CET (14:00 GMT). After the flyby the @NASAArtemis spacecraft will be well and truly heading home…
#Artemis I update: Orion is 368 549 km from Earth, 17 989 km from the Moon, cruising at 5577 km/h.

@NASAArtemis @AirbusSpace #OrionESM #ESM #EuropeanServiceModule
Mission Time: 19 days, 3 hrs, 39 min
Orion is 229,006 mi from Earth, 11,178 mi from the Moon, cruising at 3,466 mph.
P: 177572, 138222, 60298
V: -1406, 2797, 1487
O: 24º, 16º, 319º
What's this?… #TrackArtemis
Sunday means finishing weekend projects. Can’t get too distrac—Ooooo shiny! ✨
Replying to @LMSpace @NASA_Orion and 2 others
ESA Retweeted ·  
With over 97 gb of data downloaded for #Artemis I so far, the command and data handling people have their work cut out.
How do they do it? It involves monitoring screens filled with numbers and in-depth knowledge.
How to fly @NASA_Orion:…
📷 This NASA/ESA @HUBBLE_space Telescope image features the open cluster NGC 376 in the Small Magellanic Cloud, a dwarf galaxy and one of the Milky Way’s nearest neighbours.

ESA Retweeted ·  
38 space professionals from 10 countries joined the #EcsiteSpace group 2022 annual meeting in @CiteEspace 🇫🇷!
Participants explored new ways to collaborate with @Ecsite, @esa & #science centres and museums

🚀 Stay tuned to find out what's coming next:…
In reply to @esa
I love these deep space images, but may you please steer me in the right direction... Comet???
Replying to @JanStoltz3
Captions are on the link ;-)
#Artemis I update: return lunar flyby coverage will begin at 14:00 GMT/15:00 CET, 5 December. The #OrionESM engine burn, in which @NASA_Orion will use the Moon’s gravity and accelerate toward Earth, is planned for 16:43 GMT/17:43 CET. Closest approach is expected at 17:42 CET.
We're approaching the Moon in preparation for our powered flyby on Dec. 5. During this maneuver Orion will fly as close as 79 miles / 127 km above the lunar surface. #Artemis
ESA Retweeted ·  
Orion had a planned 4-hour signal loss this morning.📡It continued the #Artemis mission with automated commands. How?
The European Service Module for @NASA_Orion evolved from @esa's Automated Transfer Vehicles, the clue is in the name!
Spot the similarities in the 2 spacecraft👀
📷 Well that was a memorable week for images. See what you think: our #WeekInImages, 21 November - 2 December 2022 👉… #ExploreFarther
In reply to @esa
Interesting that the linked image is horizontal instead of vertical like the twitter image. A picture frame would be different for each orientation. Which way was he presented tge image?
Replying to @desertgranite
Probably as the linked image, but he can hang it anyway he likes, surely ;-)
#Artemis I update: Orion is 354 977 km from Earth, 53 132 km from the Moon, cruising at 4676 km/h.

@NASAArtemis @AirbusSpace #OrionESM #ESM #EuropeanServiceModule
Mission Time: 18 days, 3 hrs, 39 min
Orion is 220,573 mi from Earth, 33,015 mi from the Moon, cruising at 2,906 mph.
P: 208449, 78758, 27581
V: -1062, 2366, 1310
O: 317º, 142º, 115º
What's this?… #TrackArtemis
ESA Retweeted ·  
What's up with #MTGI1?
The satellite is a mere 10 days from launch🚀
MTG-I1 is currently in Kourou in the hands of @esa and @eumetsat teams and of course @Arianespace.
On Monday join us live for a last briefing before the satellite's last week on Earth:…
ESA Retweeted ·  
🤩Hot video of the European Service Module's Reaction Control System in action, fine-tuning @NASA_Orion's return to Earth 🌍 #Artemis flight day 17.

Made in Germany 🇩🇪 by @ArianeGroup these thrusters are keeping the Orion spacecraft on track and on course…
👇 😮
Take part in the #ShaunMoonCheese challenge and you could win a @shaunthesheep plushy, or a real Baaartemis mission patch!
What cheese do you think the Moon is made of?❓
📆Deadline: 9 December
⏩Details and how to enter:…
#ForwardToTheMoon #Artemis
ESA Retweeted ·  
🚀@esa is proud to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, joining the call to action launched by @Valuable500

Read more about ESA's steps towards disability inclusion here👇…

#IDPD2022 #InclusionMeansAction
In reply to @AndySaunders_1
I'm intrigued that the mission didn't enter a lunar orbit, as presumably the next (crewed) mission will need to. Do you know the reason for this?
It did enter lunar orbit, just not a low circular one like Apollo did. This particular kind of orbit is called a Distant Retrograde Orbit, hence DRO burn, etc. See…
Replying to @WilsteadBrownie
We do. But you know who will get a real kick from seeing these? @spacerockslive! #Spacerocks
The next edition of #SpaceResourcesWeek, organised by @ESRIC_lu in collaboration with @LuxSpaceAgency and #ESA, takes place from 19-21 April 2023. You can submit an abstract or business outline until 9 December 2022 👉 #SpaceResWeek
Replying to @bro_james
Track 7 ;-)
In reply to @esa
So, the "dark side of the Moon" is not so dark! 😃
Replying to @TPCWare
Indeed, that's why we call it the 'far side' of the Moon ;-) Dark Side of the Moon is an album by @pinkfloyd.
In reply to @TPCWare
Where do the shadows come from?
Replying to @HeliumVIII @TPCWare and 11 others
The light is from the Sun...
ESA Retweeted ·  
Shaun’s been listening to his #Artemis playlist on repeat this year! Add some pop, mix in some rap and a sprinkling of ‘flock’ and you’ve got the perfect soundtrack for a trip to the Moon! Have you discovered Shaun’s Spotify playlist yet? #SpotifyWrapped
ESA Retweeted ·  
Agency R&D programmes used to invent the future in space - such as these X-ray optics developed by @cosineBV for @ESA's coming @AthenaXobs mission - received strong support from Europe's space ministers at last week's #CM22 in Paris…
ESA Retweeted ·  
Artemis log, flight day 17 – downloading data (97 gb downloaded so far during #Artemis I !)…
ESA Retweeted ·  
What's an exoplanet, why do we study them & how can you use real satellite data to hack an alien world? Answers to these Qs & more in our latest 📽️, detailing @esa's first ever hackathon for secondary school students…
#ICYMI French president @EmmanuelMacron was presented this picture, of the #EuropeanServiceModule powering @NASA_Orion beyond the Moon, on his visit to @NASA HQ in Washington DC this week. A picture to frame and hang on any wall! 👉…
#Artemis I update: Orion is 361 214 km from Earth, 73 368 km from the Moon, cruising at 4282 km/h.

@NASAArtemis @AirbusSpace #OrionESM #ESM #EuropeanServiceModule
Mission Time: 17 days, 3 hrs, 47 min
Orion is 224,448 mi from Earth, 45,589 mi from the Moon, cruising at 2,661 mph.
P: 227221, 23051, -2968
V: -506, 2296, 1246
O: 279º, 85º, 187º
What's this?… #TrackArtemis
In reply to @NASA_Orion
Getting closer to the moon, I thought it was coming back?
It is coming back, it has to swing by the Moon first for a gravitational close flyby and make its return burn on Monday.
📷 This @CopernicusEU #Sentinel2 features a false-colour image of the remarkable moraine patterns of Malaspina Glacier in #Alaska 👉…
In reply to @MyDearDoughnut
It lasted longer than expected! It was only designed to relay data from its descent, with little time on the surface, to Earth via Cassini. It was known that Cassini would be 'out of range' within a few hours of landing.
Replying to @esa @MyDearDoughnut
Plus our scientists didn't know whether Huygens would land on a solid surface or sink in an ocean, so went with only a short-term power supply. Batteries were heavy, and solar panels wouldn't work under Titan's atmosphere.
Hey, @esa, I had a question ; Why did the European Huygens probe only last 90 minutes on Titan‘s surface? And how can we make future probes last longer?
Replying to @MyDearDoughnut
It lasted longer than expected! It was only designed to relay data from its descent, with little time on the surface, to Earth via Cassini. It was known that Cassini would be 'out of range' within a few hours of landing.
ESA Retweeted ·  
Nice to see #earthobservation images from @esa in the latest catwalk fashion show in Rome this weekend. Beautiful and sustainable haute couture 🥹
#Artemis I update: @NASA_Orion will reenter the lunar sphere of influence later today, 3 December, making the Moon the main gravitational force on the spacecraft. It will leave this lunar influence for the last time on 6 December. More updates from @esaspaceflight, stay tuned!
Don’t miss the remaining coverage of the #Artemis I Moon mission:

Dec. 5, 9am ET (1400 UTC): Return lunar flyby
Dec. 5, 5pm ET (2200 UTC): Flyby debrief
Dec. 8, 5pm ET (2200 UTC): Splashdown preview
Dec. 11, 11am ET (1600 UTC): @NASA_Orion splashdown
Does NASA put a selfie stick on all of their craft now?
Replying to @kcirlcoclwoi9gl
No, it's a camera on the end of one of the European Service Module's solar arrays.
ESA Retweeted ·  
The #Artemis I European Service Module propulsion team’s Tobias Langener reports that the de-orbit burn was successful! @shaunthesheep reported that the acceleration was a bit like firing up the Farmer’s tractor. Safe travels on your return to Earth, Shaun!
ESA highlights for 2023: just a few of the events we're looking forward to next year 👉…
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