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The official inauguration of a new European Space Agency (ESA) tracking station capable of monitoring missions traveling hundreds of millions of miles into our Solar System is set for Tuesday.
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On 22 June, ESA informed Argentinean authorities that an area 30 km south of the town of MalargÃ¼e in Mendoza province, about 1000 km west of Buenos Aires, has been chosen as the best option to build a new 35-meter antenna in support of its programs.
The Rosetta spacecraft control room is buzzing with anticipation as Rosetta closes in on asteroid 2867 Steins. The fly-by timeline includes a series of critical events, culminating with closest approach - expected at 20:58 CEST, 5 September 2008.
ESAâ€™s new deep space radio antenna in Cebreros (Ãvila, Spain) will be officially inaugurated on 28 September. The new 35-metre antenna is ESAâ€™s second facility devoted to communications with spacecraft on interplanetary missions or placed in very distant orbits. Cebrerosâ€™ first task will be that of tracking ESAâ€™s Venus Express spacecraft, due for launch in October.
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