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The combined power of AI, machine learning and satellite data can improve oversight of Europe’s vital renewable energy infrastructure. © Igor Kovalenko,
EU-funded researchers are using AI and satellite technologies to make the continent’s renewable energy infrastructure more reliable.
Euclid’s view of hundreds of thousands of stars located about 7 800 light-years from Earth. © ESA/Euclid/Euclid Consortium/NASA
EU researchers expect unprecedented insights into galaxies from the study of a mysterious energy force.
Chemical components in meteorites could hold the key to discovering water’s origin. © Dabarti CGI,
Minerals in ancient meteorites offer insights into the origin of almost three-quarters of the Earth’s surface.
Satellites and on-the-ground sensors are helping Kenya, Ghana and Zambia tackle inundation risks and farmers cope with drought.
As the number of objects launched into orbit grows, the EU is working to prevent debris from getting out of hand.
Details are emerging about the protective magnetic field that’s key to sustaining life.
Simulating the Red Planet’s geology and hydrology reveals how the landscape has changed, helping the search for landing sites for future missions.
More and more miniature satellites are being launched every year, driving up demand for smaller rockets.
As questions abound about the Earth’s closest star, scientists are seeking answers critical to forecasting solar flares that threaten satellites and other electronics.
Scientists try to unravel the birth, growth and power of black holes, some of the most forceful yet difficult-to-detect objects in our Universe.
The weather and climate on other planets has unusual features but planetary astronomers think JWST could potentially discover clues to help answer the fundamental question of “Where do we come from?”
The time has come for the James Webb Space Telescope to take exoplanet astronomy to the outer reaches. European researchers have been doing a lot of groundwork in preparation for this moment.
Robots are learning to walk and work. While robot dogs are not yet man's best friend, real autonomy and reasoning will make them useful companions in industry, search & rescue and even space…