8 May 2014
Satellite telecommunications

Satellites show us how we change: the snow turns green

Eyes and sensors to control temperature, ocean levels and melting ice. These are just some of the functions that modern satellites perform by orbiting our planet. They help us cultivate more sustainably, save water or warn us against natural disasters caused by climate change. All information is then transmitted to stations on Earth and spread around the world.

9 May 2014
Satellite telecommunications

The most fascinating land area seen from space

NASA has released an image taken by the Enhanced Thematic Mapper within the Landsat 7 satellite thanks to Serge Andrefouet of the University of South Florida. Although it may seem like a New Age style painting, it represents the sands and algae of the Bahamas in all their beauty.

20 October 2020
Simonetta DI Pippo

The future ESA head manager? It could be an Italian.

The discussions for the new European Space Agency (ESA) head manager have already begun and among the favourites there is also an Italian!

3 November 2020
Cubesat

Industrial research and development of innovative payloads

In the field of telecommunications CubeSat Nanosatellites with a payload capacity to transmit data are at an advanced stage of development.