- Astronomical images from the European Southern Observatory
ESAÂ’s Cornerstone mission to Mercury, it will endure extreme temperatures to bring us new images and data about composition and history of the least explored planet in the inner Solar System.
- ESO - The European Southern Observatory Homepage
The European Southern Observatory
is an intergovernmental, European organisation for astronomical
research, operates astronomical observatories in Chile and has
its headquarters in Garching, near Munich, Germany.
- IMAGE Science Center
The IMAGE Science Center
- Mars Express
Mars Express, so called because of the rapid and streamlined development time, represents ESA’s first visit to another planet in the Solar System.
- Planetary Photojournal: NASA’s Image Access Home Page
publicly released images from various
Solar System exploration programs
The International Rosetta Mission is the Planetary Cornerstone Mission in ESA’s long-term space science programme. The mission will aim at Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. On its 10 year journey to the comet, the spacecraft will pass by at least one asteroid.
SOHO is a space-based Observatory is viewing and investigating the Sun from its deep core, through its outer atmosphere - the ’corona’ - and the domain of the solar wind, out to a distance ten times beyond the Earth’s orbit.
- Space Research & Planetary Sciences, University of Bern
Weltraumforschung und Planetologie, UniversitÃ¤t Bern
- The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory
- University of Bern :: The ILENA Experiment
The Imager for Low Energetic Neutral Atoms experiment (ILENA) at the Physikalisches Institut of the University of Bern is used to evaluate charge state conversion surfaces for low energy neutral particle instruments.
- Venus Express
Venus Express will be ESA’s first mission to Earth’s nearest planetary neighbour, Venus. The mission was born after ESA asked for proposals, in March 2001, suggesting how to reuse the design of the Mars Express spacecraft.
- www.iapetus.ch :: Saturn und Iapetus
Die Erforschung von Saturn mit Cassini und Huygens, eine ESA/NASA Mission.