Thinking about molten Mercury on the edge of Lake Constance

by | Jan 21, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

I was in Friedrichsahfen, Germany, on Friday visiting EADS Astrium for a contract signing event for the European Space Agency/Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency BepiColombo mission’s spacecraft. From our press room window you could see Lake Constance

Expect a story on BepiColombo soon

But in the meantime watch this animation of BepiColombo

About Seradata

Seradata produce the renowned SpaceTrak Launch & Satellite Database. Trusted by 100 of the world’s leading Space organisations, SpaceTrak is a fully queryable database used for market analysis, failure/risk assessment, spectrum analysis and space situational awareness (SSA).

For more information go to

Related Articles

UK ups its contribution to the European Space Agency

Having previously noted the relative success of the under-supported UK space industry which is now worth some £9.1 billion per Read more

UK Space Agency to lose its head in November

It has been announced that the Chief Executive of the UK Space Agency, David Williams, will be leaving in November Read more

Vega off the pad!

The European Space Agency got its new small launcher VEGA off the pad on schedule this morning at 1000GMT, or Read more

Choice qoutes from UK’s Space innovation and growth strategy

By delaying entry to programmes and funding in an ad-hoc manner, the UK has lost both the best industrial work Read more

Double UK space spend says industry report

The UK government is to set up a leadership council for the spaceflight industry as it nears a decision on Read more

PICTURES: ATV-2 Johannes Kepler

The European Space Agency's Automated Transfer Vehicle 2 undergoing asembly at an EADS Astrium facility

Planet Earth news bites December 2009!

While Space News talks of Germany's OHB Systems winning eight of 22 spacecraft to be ordered Hyperbola can understand why Read more

The lunar future that never was?

Can the heads of programme and heads of agency meetings shown above and described as TBC for their December and Read more