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  • Apr 19 / 2019
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EnVision Advances

The study of the EnVision mission to Venus is advancing fast. On April 15-16 there was an important meeting involving the international NASA-ESA Science Study Team, the instrument Principal Investigators and the System Engineering Working Group.…
  • Apr 18 / 2019
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EnVision website on-line

The new website of the EnVision mission to Venus is on-line. It contains information on the science and the technology related to the mission and describes the instruments and teams involved in the mission.…

Climate Change and Remote Sensing: RSLab on the Press

Interview of Prof. Bruzzone on the European Space Agency project that RSLab is coordinating on the use of remote sensing satellites for land cover mapping for climate change monitoring and analysis. The interview is published on the national magazine “La Nuova…
  • Dec 10 / 2018
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A testing time for RIME Antenna

ESA engineers tested A 1:18 scale model of the RIME antenna – Radar for Icy Moons Exploration (Principal Investigator: Prof. Lorenzo Bruzzone) together with a simplified model of the JUICE spacecraft in the ESTEC’s HERTZ facility. Several tests were…

New Big Data Project on Climate Change

RSLab is the coordinator of an important new project of European Space Agency (ESA) funded in the framework of the Climate Change Initiative, which is the flagship scientific program of ESA. This is the first project of this important program that has an Italian…
  • Aug 28 / 2018
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ExtremeEarth: From Copernicus Big Data to Extreme Earth Analytics

RSLab got a very important new project in the framework of the very challenging ICTcall of Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Framework Programme of European Commission (average proposal success rate of 8%). The ExtremeEarth  project will concentrate on developing…

RIME News

Another key milestone toward the implementation of the Radar for Icy Moon Exploration (RIME) has been achieved.…
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