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RIME antenna fully deployed

After three weeks of intensive activities the full 16 meters RIME antenna has been succesfully deployed. Now that RIME has its “arms” ready to work in the next weeks the tests will continue for completing the…
  • Apr 17 / 2023
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First tests on RIME started

The activities for the first tests on RIME (Radar for Icy Moon Exploration) have started on Sunday April 16 in ESA ESOC (Darmstadt, Germany). The tests will continue up to the end of the Near Earth Commissioning Phase of JUICE (Jupiter Icy Moon Explorer).…

RIME Antenna in the first JUICE “selfie”

The cameras on board JUICE (Jupiter Icy Moon Explorer) took the first pictures of the spacecraft in orbit. The Radar for Icy Moon Exploration (RIME) antenna is clerarly visible in the first “selfie.”…

JUICE successful launch!

JUICE was successfully launched aboard Ariane 5 from the European spaceport of Kourou (French Guiana) on April 14 after that the previous day’s launch attempt was postponed due to weather conditions. RSLab has the PI-ship of the Radar for Icy Moon Exploration…

JUICE ready for the Launch!

Everything is ready in Kourou for the lauch of the JUICE misison scheduled for today. This is a very important event for RSLab that is coordinating the Radar for Icy Moon Exploration (RIME) that is onboard JUICE (Lorenzo Bruzzone is the Principal Investigator and…

JUICE and RIME on Science

A Science Magazine article looks at ESA’s JUICE mission and RIME, the ice-penetrating radar studied and developed under the leadership ofthe RSLab. JUICE will reach Jupiter in more than 7 years and spend 3 years…

Italian Contribution to JUICE

The very important italian contribution to the JUICE mission has been presented to the italian press in Florence on March 10th. RIME (Radar for Icy Moon Exploration) has been presented as a key instrument for revealing the mysteries hidden in the subsurface of…
  • Feb 11 / 2023
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Women in Science

FBK celebrates the Women in Science day with Francesca Bovolo. ESA JUICE mission will soon start its journey. Destination? Ganymede! Read more about

EnVision aerobreaking around Venus atmosphere

ESA Envision mission (in which RSLab has the leadership of the Subsurface Radar Sounder)¬† is currently in B1 study phase. Among the different activities in progress, specific attention is focused on the aerobreaking phase around Venus, in which the spacecraft will…
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