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Agencia Espacial Europeia Hacked By Superman

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  1. Hacked By Superman
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  3.  
  4. Target : http://www.esa.int/
  5. IP : 46.243.27.53
  6. Web Server : Apache/2.0.54 (Debian GNU/Linux)
  7. DB Server : PostgreSQL
  8.  
  9.  
  10. Databases :
  11.  
  12. [*] aansluitingddjgz
  13. [*] admin
  14. [*] asterisk
  15. [*] bayswater
  16. [*] behandelcomm
  17. [*] benzinex
  18. [*] biowetmaat
  19. [*] cav
  20. [*] cfvariables
  21. [*] eclick
  22. [*] eclickmobiel
  23. [*] erkon
  24. [*] esatv
  25. [*] eVision
  26. [*] evision_site
  27. [*] fgo
  28. [*] gejo
  29. [*] handl_maint
  30. [*] hannick
  31. [*] hl
  32. [*] hws
  33. [*] ipk
  34. [*] jeugdgezondheid
  35. [*] kbgbb_anthos
  36. [*] lugdunum
  37. [*] mailapp
  38. [*] mentalvitality
  39. [*] mentalvitality_t1
  40. [*] mentalvitality_t2
  41. [*] mentalvitality_t3
  42. [*] mooigelderland
  43. [*] ovs
  44. [*] panweb
  45. [*] patienten
  46. [*] pleegzorg
  47. [*] portfolio
  48. [*] postgres
  49. [*] powerdns
  50. [*] rokeninfo
  51. [*] sportingmotion
  52. [*] template0
  53. [*] template1
  54. [*] tuinvogeltelling
  55. [*] tvt_scholen
  56. [*] twob
  57. [*] vbn_checklist
  58. [*] visionmail3
  59. [*] vogelweek
  60. [*] wiettest
  61. [*] zzp
  62. [*] zzp_dev
  63.  
  64.  
  65.  
  66. Database: public
  67.  
  68. +-----------------------------+
  69. | "esa-mailinglist_query_OLD" |
  70. | categorie |
  71. | configuration |
  72. | country |
  73. | esa_mailinglist |
  74. | links |
  75. | m_application |
  76. | m_content |
  77. | m_fields |
  78. | m_filters |
  79. | m_images |
  80. | m_menus |
  81. | m_modules |
  82. | m_styles |
  83. | news |
  84. | notification |
  85. | planning |
  86. | planning2 |
  87. | t_jiaozhu |
  88. | tapearchive |
  89. | tapearchivecategories |
  90. | tapearchivekeywords |
  91. | tapearchivelanguages |
  92. | tapearchiveold |
  93. | tmp2 |
  94. | topicalvideos |
  95. | videocategory |
  96. | videotype |
  97. | webvideo |
  98. +-----------------------------+
  99.  
  100.  
  101.  
  102. Table: configuration
  103.  
  104. +--------------------+---------+
  105. | Column | Type |
  106. +--------------------+---------+
  107. | config_code | int4 |
  108. | config_description | text |
  109. | config_name | varchar |
  110. +--------------------+---------+
  111.  
  112.  
  113.  
  114. Table: configuration
  115.  
  116. +---------------------+-------------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
  117. | config_name | config_code | config_description |
  118. +---------------------+-------------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
  119. | Satelite parameters | 1 | Eutelsat 9A at 9\xb0E, transponder 59, downlink frequency 11900.1 horizontally polarised, symbol rate 27,500 FEC 2/3. |
  120. +---------------------+-------------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
  121.  
  122.  
  123.  
  124.  
  125. Table: m_modules
  126.  
  127. +--------------+---------+
  128. | Column | Type |
  129. +--------------+---------+
  130. | mactive | bool |
  131. | maddrecord | bool |
  132. | mcopyrecord | bool |
  133. | mdelrecord | bool |
  134. | mdynedit | bool |
  135. | meditrecord | bool |
  136. | mexport | bool |
  137. | mexportmail | varchar |
  138. | mid | int4 |
  139. | mimagepath | varchar |
  140. | mkeyfield | varchar |
  141. | mname | varchar |
  142. | morder | int8 |
  143. | mshowfilters | bool |
  144. | msort | varchar |
  145. | msortorder | int8 |
  146. | mtablename | varchar |
  147. | mviewrecord | bool |
  148. +--------------+---------+
  149.  
  150.  
  151. Table: m_modules
  152.  
  153. +-----+------------------------+-------------+--------+---------+-----------------+------------+--------------+------------+-------------+
  154. | mid | mname | msort | morder | mactive | mtablename | msortorder | mimagepath | maddrecord | meditrecord |
  155. +-----+------------------------+-------------+--------+---------+-----------------+------------+--------------+------------+-------------+
  156. | 1 | Configuration | config_name | 10 | false | Configuration | -1 | images | false | false |
  157. | 2 | news | news_from | 20 | true | News | 1 | <blank> | true | true |
  158. | 3 | Video's on the web | wv_title | 30 | false | webvideo | 1 | img_webvideo | true | true |
  159. | 4 | Topical Video's | tp_date | 40 | false | topicalvideos | 1 | photos | true | true |
  160. | 5 | Useful Links | link_order | 50 | true | Links | 1 | <blank> | true | true |
  161. | 6 | Maintenance contacts | Company | 60 | true | esa_mailinglist | 1 | <blank> | true | true |
  162. | 7 | Planning Transmissions | plan_date | 70 | true | planning | 1 | photos | true | true |
  163. | 9 | categorie | <blank> | 210 | true | categorie | 0 | <blank> | true | true |
  164. +-----+------------------------+-------------+--------+---------+-----------------+------------+--------------+------------+-------------+
  165.  
  166.  
  167.  
  168. Table: news
  169.  
  170. +-------------------+-----------+
  171. | Column | Type |
  172. +-------------------+-----------+
  173. | news_code | int4 |
  174. | news_date_publish | varchar |
  175. | news_from | timestamp |
  176. | news_message | text |
  177. | news_title | varchar |
  178. | news_to | timestamp |
  179. +-------------------+-----------+
  180.  
  181.  
  182.  
  183. Table: news
  184.  
  185. +---------------------+---------------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+-------------------+
  186. | news_to | news_from | news_code | news_title | news_date_publish |
  187. +---------------------+---------------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+-------------------+
  188. | 2008-10-21 00:00:00 | 2008-10-10 00:00:00 | 7 | INDIA'S JOURNEY TO THE MOON | <blank> |
  189. | 2008-11-26 00:00:00 | 2008-11-23 00:00:00 | 5 | TV coverage for ESA Council Meeting at Ministerial level in The Hague | <blank> |
  190. | 2009-08-29 00:00:00 | 2009-08-21 00:00:00 | 15 | STS-128/alISSe Shuttle mission lifts off. | <blank> |
  191. | 2009-09-12 00:00:00 | 2009-08-30 00:00:00 | 17 | STS-128/alISSe Shuttle mission concluded Sat 12 Sept. | <blank> |
  192. | 2009-10-13 00:00:00 | 2009-10-09 00:00:00 | 19 | ESA astronaut Commander of ISS | 10/10/2009 |
  193. | 2009-12-02 00:00:00 | 2009-11-26 00:00:00 | 18 | ESA astronaut Frank De Winne back on earth - returns to Star City 2nd December | 1/12/2009 |
  194. | 2010-02-07 00:00:00 | 2010-02-07 00:00:00 | 22 | STS 130 launch planned monday : European modules for ISS | 7/02/2010 |
  195. | 2010-03-24 00:00:00 | 2010-03-21 00:00:00 | 23 | Mars 500 training and interviews available | 21/03/2010 |
  196. | 2010-04-07 00:00:00 | 2010-03-30 00:00:00 | 24 | ESA TV coverage of Cryosat launch | 30/03/2010 |
  197. | 2010-07-12 00:00:00 | 2010-07-11 00:00:00 | 25 | Lutetia: a new world seen by Rosetta | 10/07/2010 |
  198. | 2010-12-19 00:00:00 | 2010-12-03 00:00:00 | 26 | ESA TV coverage of Paolo Nespoli mission to ISS | 3/12/2010 |
  199. | 2011-02-14 00:00:00 | 2011-02-14 00:00:00 | 28 | Walking on Mars | 14/02/2011 |
  200. | 2011-02-15 00:00:00 | 2011-02-15 00:00:00 | 29 | ATV launch rescheduled for tonight, 16 February - 21h50 GMT | 15/02/2011 |
  201. | 2011-02-24 00:00:00 | 2011-02-16 00:00:00 | 27 | ESA TV coverage of ATV-2 docking to ISS Thurs 24 Feb | 16/02/2011 |
  202. | 2011-05-09 00:00:00 | 2011-05-03 00:00:00 | 31 | Fully assembled Soyuz at Europe's Space Port | 03/05/2011 |
  203. | 2011-05-17 00:00:00 | 2011-05-13 00:00:00 | 30 | ESA Astronaut aboard Endeavour : launch Coverage | 13/05/2011 |
  204. | 2011-05-24 00:00:00 | 2011-05-23 00:00:00 | 33 | ESA coverage for astronaut Paolo Nespoli back from ISS | 23/05/2011 |
  205. | 2011-06-01 00:00:00 | 2011-05-18 00:00:00 | 32 | ESA Astronaut aboard Endeavour : mission Coverage | 18/05/2011 |
  206. | 2011-07-08 00:00:00 | 2011-07-04 00:00:00 | 34 | Last Space Shuttle mission coverage | 4.07.2011 |
  207. | 2011-07-21 00:00:00 | 2011-07-18 00:00:00 | 35 | Last Space Shuttle undocking/landing | 18/07/2011 |
  208. | 2011-10-21 00:00:00 | 2011-10-09 00:00:00 | 38 | Soyuz IOV Launch ESA TV coverage. | 20/10/2011 |
  209. | 2011-12-24 00:00:00 | 2011-12-12 00:00:00 | 39 | ESA TV coverage of Andr\xe9 Kuipers Mission to ISS | 12/12/2011 |
  210. | 2012-01-05 00:00:00 | 0201-12-28 00:00:00 | 10 | Bonne Ann\xe9e / Happy New Year | 24/12/2011 |
  211. | 2012-01-09 00:00:00 | 2012-01-06 00:00:00 | 40 | ESA Director General to meet the media in Paris | 06/01/2012 |
  212. | 2012-02-13 00:00:00 | 2012-02-06 00:00:00 | 41 | ESA TV Coverage of first VEGA launch | 6/02/2012 |
  213. | 2012-03-08 00:00:00 | 2012-03-03 00:00:00 | 42 | ATV Launch targeted 23 March | 03/03/2012 |
  214. | 2012-03-23 00:00:00 | 2012-03-15 00:00:00 | 43 | ESA TV coverage of ATV Launch and docking | 29/03/2012 |
  215. | 2012-04-06 00:00:00 | 2012-04-03 00:00:00 | 44 | A LOOK INSIDE THE SPACE STATIONS EUROPEAN CARGO SHIP | 03/04/2012 |
  216. | 2012-06-06 00:00:00 | 2012-05-31 00:00:00 | 45 | Venus Transit Coverage | 31/05/2012 |
  217. | 2012-08-31 00:00:00 | 2012-07-26 00:00:00 | 13 | Summer break / Pause estivale | 26/07/2012 |
  218. | 2012-10-12 00:00:00 | 2012-10-05 00:00:00 | 1 | Galileo IOV Soyuz Launch Coverage | 05/10/2012 |
  219. | 2012-11-23 00:00:00 | 2012-11-14 00:00:00 | 2 | ESA Ministerial Council in Napoli / Ariane 6 animation and final interviews available online | 14/11/2012 |
  220. +---------------------+---------------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+-------------------+
  221.  
  222.  
  223.  
  224. Table: m_filters
  225.  
  226. +---------------+---------+
  227. | Column | Type |
  228. +---------------+---------+
  229. | ftdefault | varchar |
  230. | ftdescription | varchar |
  231. | ftfieldkey | int8 |
  232. | ftid | int4 |
  233. | ftmodulefkey | int8 |
  234. | ftoperator | int8 |
  235. | ftorder | int8 |
  236. +---------------+---------+
  237.  
  238.  
  239.  
  240. Table: m_filters
  241.  
  242. +------+---------+-----------+------------+------------+--------------+
  243. | ftid | ftorder | ftdefault | ftfieldkey | ftoperator | ftmodulefkey |
  244. +------+---------+-----------+------------+------------+--------------+
  245. | 1 | 10 | <blank> | 23 | 4 | 6 |
  246. | 2 | 20 | <blank> | 24 | 4 | 6 |
  247. | 3 | 40 | <blank> | 35 | 4 | 6 |
  248. | 5 | 10 | <blank> | 38 | 5 | 7 |
  249. +------+---------+-----------+------------+------------+--------------+
  250.  
  251.  
  252. Table: t_jiaozhu
  253.  
  254. +---------+---------+
  255. | Column | Type |
  256. +---------+---------+
  257. | jiaozhu | varchar |
  258. +---------+---------+
  259.  
  260.  
  261.  
  262. Table: m_content
  263.  
  264. +----------+------+
  265. | Column | Type |
  266. +----------+------+
  267. | ccontent | text |
  268. | cid | int4 |
  269. +----------+------+
  270.  
  271.  
  272.  
  273. Table: m_menus
  274.  
  275. +---------------+---------+
  276. | Column | Type |
  277. +---------------+---------+
  278. | mnudisplay | varchar |
  279. | mnufkcid | int8 |
  280. | mnufronturl | varchar |
  281. | mnuhascontent | bool |
  282. | mnuid | int4 |
  283. | mnulevel | int8 |
  284. | mnuparent | int8 |
  285. | mnupublish | bool |
  286. | mnurank | int8 |
  287. | mnutype | int8 |
  288. +---------------+---------+
  289.  
  290.  
  291.  
  292. Table: m_menus
  293.  
  294. +-------+----------+---------+---------+----------+-----------+------------+------------+-------------+---------------+
  295. | mnuid | mnufkcid | mnurank | mnutype | mnulevel | mnuparent | mnupublish | mnudisplay | mnufronturl | mnuhascontent |
  296. +-------+----------+---------+---------+----------+-----------+------------+------------+-------------+---------------+
  297. +-------+----------+---------+---------+----------+-----------+------------+------------+-------------+---------------+
  298.  
  299.  
  300.  
  301. Table: country
  302.  
  303. +--------+---------+
  304. | Column | Type |
  305. +--------+---------+
  306. | c_id | int4 |
  307. | c_name | varchar |
  308. +--------+---------+
  309.  
  310.  
  311. Table: country
  312.  
  313. +------+-----------------+
  314. | c_id | c_name |
  315. +------+-----------------+
  316. | 1 | Belgium |
  317. | 2 | Canada |
  318. | 3 | Denmark |
  319. | 4 | Finland |
  320. | 5 | France |
  321. | 6 | Germany |
  322. | 7 | Greece |
  323. | 8 | Ireland |
  324. | 9 | Italy |
  325. | 10 | Japan |
  326. | 11 | Luxembourg |
  327. | 12 | Norway |
  328. | 13 | Poland |
  329. | 14 | Portugal |
  330. | 15 | Russia |
  331. | 16 | Spain |
  332. | 17 | Sweden |
  333. | 18 | Switzerland |
  334. | 19 | The Netherlands |
  335. | 20 | UK |
  336. | 21 | USA |
  337. +------+-----------------+
  338.  
  339.  
  340. Table: planning
  341.  
  342. +-------------------+-----------+
  343. | Column | Type |
  344. +-------------------+-----------+
  345. | non_standard | int8 |
  346. | plan_categorie | int4 |
  347. | plan_code | int4 |
  348. | plan_date | timestamp |
  349. | plan_date2 | timestamp |
  350. | plan_datetitle | varchar |
  351. | plan_description | text |
  352. | plan_endtime | time |
  353. | plan_endtime2 | time |
  354. | plan_hyperlink | varchar |
  355. | plan_image | varchar |
  356. | plan_image2 | varchar |
  357. | plan_imagetitle | varchar |
  358. | plan_intro | text |
  359. | plan_lastchange | timestamp |
  360. | plan_mpeg2 | varchar |
  361. | plan_mpeg2_b | varchar |
  362. | plan_mpeg2_c | varchar |
  363. | plan_mpeg2_size | varchar |
  364. | plan_pdf | varchar |
  365. | plan_pdf2 | varchar |
  366. | plan_pdf3 | varchar |
  367. | plan_pdf_title1 | varchar |
  368. | plan_pdf_title2 | varchar |
  369. | plan_pdf_title3 | varchar |
  370. | plan_size | int8 |
  371. | plan_starttime | time |
  372. | plan_starttime2 | time |
  373. | plan_title | text |
  374. | plan_type | varchar |
  375. | plan_videopreview | varchar |
  376. | sat_description | text |
  377. | sent | timestamp |
  378. +-------------------+-----------+
  379.  
  380.  
  381.  
  382.  
  383.  
  384.  
  385.  
  386. Table: planning
  387.  
  388. +-------------------+---------------------+--------------+---------------------+-----------+----------
  389. | plan_videopreview | sent | plan_pdf | plan_date | plan_type | plan_pdf3 | plan_pdf2 | plan_code | plan_size | plan_image | plan_title | plan_intro | plan_date2 | plan_mpeg2 | plan_image2 | non_standard | plan_mpeg2_b | plan_mpeg2_c | plan_endtime | plan_endtime2 | plan_datetitle | plan_hyperlink | plan_categorie | plan_starttime | plan_imagetitle | plan_mpeg2_size | plan_pdf_title3 | plan_pdf_title2 | plan_lastchange | sat_description | plan_pdf_title1 | plan_starttime2 | plan_description |
  390. +-------------------+---------------------+--------------+---------------------+-----------+----------
  391. | <blank> | 2011-12-23 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-12-28 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2596 | <blank> | <blank> | Season's greetings from International Space Station | 16/9 HD / FTP server only | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 12:10:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 2 | 12:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-12-23 18:02:55 | ESA TV FTP only | <blank> | 00:00:00 | Launched from Baikonur on top of a Soyuz launcher on the 21st of December, \r\nEuropean Space Agency Astronaut Andr\xe9 Kuipers, from the Netherlands, is now aboard the International Space Station. \r\n\r\nThere are now six astronauts living and working inside the orbital outpost, where Andre is now commencing a 145 day stay. \r\n\r\nOn the occasion of Christmas and New Year he prepared a message that is now available on the ESA TV FTP. |
  392. | <blank> | 2011-12-23 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-12-28 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2596 | <blank> | <blank> | Season's greetings from International Space Station | 16/9 HD / FTP server only | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 12:10:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 2 | 12:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-12-23 18:02:55 | ESA TV FTP only | <blank> | 00:00:00 | Launched from Baikonur on top of a Soyuz launcher on the 21st of December, \r\nEuropean Space Agency Astronaut Andr\xe9 Kuipers, from the Netherlands, is now aboard the International Space Station. \r\n\r\nThere are now six astronauts living and working inside the orbital outpost, where Andre is now commencing a 145 day stay. \r\n\r\nOn the occasion of Christmas and New Year he prepared a message that is now available on the ESA TV FTP. |
  393. | <blank> | 2011-02-24 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-02-25 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2497 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV Docking Highlights | ESA TV Exchange | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/ATV2/DOCKING/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 09:15:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/SEM7VVLTRJG_0.html | 1 | 09:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-02-13 18:34:37 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS PROGRAM WILL BE BROADCASTED on EBS+ (EBS's 2nd channel) \r\n\r\nEight days after launch, ESAs latest Automated Transfer Vehicle, Johannes Kepler, completed a flawless rendezvous and docking with the International Space Station at 17:08 CET to deliver essential supplies.\r\nThe ATV-2, was launched on 16 February at 22:50 CET by an Ariane 5 from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana. \r\n\r\nThis B-Roll includes shots of the launch, the ATV Control Center, approach and docking of the ATV-2 and success statements from ESA Director General, Jean-Jacques Dordain in English and French.\r\n |
  394. | <blank> | 2011-05-04 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-05-04 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2518 | <blank> | <blank> | Revised: Fully assembled Soyuz at Europe's Spaceport | 16:9 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 20:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Launchers_Access_to_Space/SEM6JRS4LZE_0.html | 2 | 20:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-04 11:05:33 | Eutelsat W2A @ 10degE\r\nTransponder B5 Channel A\r\nD/link freq: 11,126.83 MHz\r\nPol: X horizontal\r\nSymb rate: 6.1113\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear\r\nModulation: DVB-S QPSK\r\n\r\nFor further information please contact ESA TV production:\r\nDominique Detain: dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor: chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951 \r\n \r\n | <blank> | 00:00:00 | None |
  395. | <blank> | 2011-10-17 00:00:00 | EbS80559.doc | 2011-10-18 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2571 | <blank> | <blank> | Soyuz Galileo Preparation and Transfer | <blank> | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/Soyuz%20Galileo%20Oct%202011/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Galileo_IOV/index.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-10-17 17:30:24 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | Operations are well under way for the first Soyuz launch scheduled on 20 October from its new site in Europe's Space Port in French Guiana. \r\nAboard the historical Russian rocket the first two operational satellites of the Galileo constellation.\r\n\r\nLast friday October 14, the launcher was transferred from its Integration building to its launch pad, where - contrary to Baikonur - a tower covers the last operations.\r\n\r\nThis feed proposes latest Soyuz campaign images with Roll Out and interviews of Jean-Jacques Dordain, ESA Director General, Joel Barre, Director of Guiana Space Centre, Jean-Claude Garreau, Arianespace Soyuz Launch Operations Manager. \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n |
  396. | <blank> | 2010-05-21 00:00:00 | EbS70620.pdf | 2010-05-25 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2436 | <blank> | <blank> | Latest - Soyuz from Guiana | ESA TV Exchanges | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Launchers_Home/SEMXN619Y8G_0.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-06-07 13:33:41 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | |
  397. | <blank> | 2010-06-14 00:00:00 | EbS70272.pdf | 2010-06-04 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2438 | <blank> | <blank> | Why go to Mars ? | ESA TV Exchange - format 16:9 | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/WhygotoMars_MPEG2_05-12-10_mpeg2ps.mpg | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:50:00 | <blank> | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Mars_Express/index.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-06-03 11:26:22 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | The Mars 500 mission has just started with a crew of six simulating a journey to Mars and back inside a mockup located in Moscow.\r\nThis story explains what is the interest of going to Mars with manned missions in the future or already now with automatic spacecraft providing us data on Mars atmosphere and soil.\r\n\r\nFor more info on this subject please check the script that is online as a PDF file under : http://television.esa.int/photos/EbS70272.pdf\r\n\r\nA WMV preview clip is online under :\r\nhttp://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/WhygotoMars_05-12-10_wmplow.wmv\r\n |
  398. | <blank> | 2010-05-12 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2010-05-14 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2435 | <blank> | <blank> | 520 days of solitude (Mars 500) | ESA TV exchange - format 16:9 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:50:00 | <blank> | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Mars500/index.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-06-10 13:47:55 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | |
  399. | <blank> | 2010-02-11 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2010-02-12 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2412 | <blank> | <blank> | Flight Day Highlights STS 130 : European modules for ISS | ESA TV Exchange | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 17:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEMY29XJB5G_index_0.html | 1 | 16:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-07-01 21:36:53 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5 deg W Transponder F5 Channel B (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: QPSK \r\n | <blank> | <blank> | |
  400. | <blank> | 2010-05-17 00:00:00 | EbS70367.pdf | 2010-05-18 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2433 | <blank> | <blank> | Satellite help in major disasters | ESA TV Exchange - format 16:9 | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/satellites_help_MPEG2_03-30-10_mpeg2ps.mpg | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | <blank> | <blank> | http://www.disasterscharter.org/home | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-10-18 12:14:17 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | Many regions of our planet have recently been hit by major catastrophes. In each case, international agencies requested satellite data to coordinate relief efforts. This A & B-Roll explains how the International Charter on Space and Major Disasters, created in 2000 at the initiative of the European Space Agency and its French counterpart CNES, helped for the Haitian earthquake in January this year. It features an interview with Stephen Briggs, Head of Earth Observation Science and Applications at ESA, colleagues at the Charter's operational centre in Italy, and Paul de Fraipont, CEO at France's Regional Service of Image Treatment and Remote Sensing (SERTIT) in Strasburg.\r\n\r\nFor more info on this subject please check the script that is online as a PDF file under : http://television.esa.int/photos/EbS70367.pdf\r\n\r\nA WMV preview clip is online under :\r\nhttp://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/satellites_help_TV_03-30-10_wmplow.wmv |
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  407. | <blank> | 2010-09-10 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2010-09-15 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2454 | <blank> | <blank> | Press conference with ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli | ESA TV Live | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 14:00:00 | 19:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaHS/SEML1MEODDG_index_0.html | 1 | 13:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-09-10 16:08:05 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5degW\r\nTransponder F5 Channel B\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: QPSK | <blank> | 18:00:00 | ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli will travel to the International Space Station in December on a six-month mission, serving as flight engineer. \r\n\r\nPaolo will be launched on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan in mid-December, together with Russian cosmonaut Dmitri Kondratyev and NASA astronaut Catherine Coleman. \r\n\r\nESA TV will relay for broadcasters the press conference given by Paolo Nespoli from Johnson Space Centre in Houston between 13h00 and 14h00 (GMT) this wednesday 15 September. \r\n\r\nESA TV will also relay between 18h00 and 19h00 (GMT), still from the NASA Centre in Texas, the presentation with the entire crew who will live and work aboard the International Space Station along with Paolo Nespoli. \r\n\r\nFor info please contact ESA TV Team:\r\n\r\nDominique Detain +33 685 1146 81 / dominique.detain@esa.int\r\n\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor +44 777 4275 951 / chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv\r\n |
  408. | <blank> | 2010-12-02 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2010-12-03 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2469 | <blank> | <blank> | MagISStra/Exp 26 astronauts depart Star City | ESA TV News | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 13:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/magisstra/index.html | 1 | 12:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-12-02 14:18:46 | Eutelsat W2A @ 10degE\r\nTransponder F5 Channel H\r\nD/link freq: 12739.83 MHz\r\nPol: X horizontal\r\nSymb rate: 5.632\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear\r\nModulation: DVB-s QPSK\r\n\r\nFor further information please contact ESA TV production:\r\nDominique Detain: dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor: chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951 | <blank> | 00:00:00 | None |
  409. | <blank> | 2010-12-10 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2010-12-10 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2471 | <blank> | <blank> | MagISStra/Exp 26 astronauts getting ready for launch | ESA TV News | <blank> | NESPOLI 2010 Expedition 26-27 | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 11:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/magisstra/index.html | 1 | 10:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-12-10 10:03:12 | Eutelsat W2A @ 10degE\r\nTransponder F5 Channel F\r\nD/link freq: 12721.83 MHz\r\nPol: X horizontal\r\nSymb rate: 5.632\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear\r\nModulation: DVB-s QPSK\r\n\r\nFor further information please contact ESA TV production:\r\nDominique Detain: dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor: chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951 | <blank> | 00:00:00 | None |
  410. | <blank> | 2010-12-13 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2010-12-13 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2472 | <blank> | <blank> | MagISStra/Exp 26 on the launch pad | ESA TV News | <blank> | NESPOLI 2010 Expedition 26-27 | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 11:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/magisstra/index.html | 1 | 10:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-12-13 07:20:16 | Eutelsat W2A @ 10degE\r\nTransponder F5 Channel F\r\nD/link freq: 12721.83 MHz\r\nPol: X horizontal\r\nSymb rate: 5.632\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear\r\nModulation: DVB-s QPSK\r\n\r\nFor further information please contact ESA TV production:\r\nDominique Detain: dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor: chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951 | <blank> | 00:00:00 | On 15 December, ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli will be launched in a Soyuz TMA spacecraft from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan for a challenging 6-month mission on the International Space Station (ISS). Nespoli, together with fellow crew-members Dmitri Kondratyev and Catherine Coleman, will be members of Expeditions 26/27.\r\n\r\nThis news feed will cover the roll-out of the Soyuz launcher and its rotation into the vertical position ready for launch.\r\n\r\nAfter the feed, the highlights will be available via the ESA TV ftp server. |
  411. | <blank> | 2010-12-16 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2010-12-17 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2475 | <blank> | <blank> | Live coverage of Expedition 26/MagISStra docking and hatch opening | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 23:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/magisstra/index.html | 3 | 20:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-12-16 17:25:07 | Eutelsat W2A @ 10degE\r\nTransponder F5 Channel F\r\nD/link freq: 12721.83 MHz\r\nPol: X horizontal\r\nSymb rate: 5.632\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear\r\nModulation: DVB-s QPSK\r\n\r\nFor further information please contact ESA TV production:\r\nDominique Detain: dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor: chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951 | <blank> | 00:00:00 | Two days after the perfect launch of Italian ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli, American Catherine Coleman and Russian Dmitri Kondratyev from Baikonur, ESA TV will provide live coverage of docking of their Soyuz TMA capsule to the International Space Station. Docking is scheduled to occur at 20:12 GMT. Coverage will commence at 20:00 and is expected to end at approximately 20:20.\r\n\r\nThree hours later ESA TV will also cover hatch opening and ingress into ISS. Coverage will commence at 22:55 and is expected to end at approximately 23:30 GMT. \r\n\r\nAs soon as possible after these events, highlights will be available via the ESA TV ftp server. |
  412. | <blank> | 2010-12-14 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2010-12-15 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2474 | <blank> | <blank> | Live coverage of Expedition 26/MagISStra launch from Baikonur | ESA TV Live | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 20:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/magisstra/index.html | 1 | 18:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-20 11:45:06 | Eutelsat W2A @ 10degE\r\nTransponder F5 Channel F\r\nD/link freq: 12721.83 MHz\r\nPol: X horizontal\r\nSymb rate: 5.632\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear\r\nModulation: DVB-s QPSK\r\n\r\nFor further information please contact ESA TV production:\r\nDominique Detain: dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor: chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951 | <blank> | 00:00:00 | On 15 December, Italian ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli, American Catherine Coleman and Russian Dmitri Kondratyev will be launched in a Soyuz TMA spacecraft from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan for a challenging 6-month mission on the International Space Station (ISS).\r\n\r\nLaunch is scheduled at 19.09.25 GMT\r\n\r\nESA TV will provide live coverage of the countdown to launch and flight into orbit with images from the historic cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and from the Mission Control Centre near Moscow. The transmission will also include launch-day images of the crew suit-up, walk-out to salute and their wave as they go onto the launcher.\r\n\r\nThe ESA live transmission starts at 18:30 GMT but live and pre-launch images will be fed from Baikonur from 17:30 GMT for line-up and background. \r\n\r\nAs soon as possible after the launch, highlights will be available via the ESA TV ftp server. |
  413. | <blank> | 2010-12-13 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2010-12-14 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2473 | <blank> | <blank> | MagISStra/Exp 26 astronauts final day at Baikonur | ESA TV News | <blank> | NESPOLI 2010 Expedition 26-27 | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 18:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/magisstra/index.html | 1 | 17:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-12-13 18:31:17 | Eutelsat W2A @ 10degE\r\nTransponder F5 Channel G\r\nD/link freq: 12730.83 MHz\r\nPol: X horizontal\r\nSymb rate: 5.632\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear\r\nModulation: DVB-s QPSK\r\n\r\nFor further information please contact ESA TV production:\r\nDominique Detain: dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor: chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951 | <blank> | 00:00:00 | On 15 December, ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli will be launched in a Soyuz TMA spacecraft from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan for a challenging 6-month mission on the International Space Station (ISS). Nespoli, together with fellow crew-members Dmitri Kondratyev and Catherine Coleman, will be members of Expeditions 26/27.\r\n\r\nFollowing successful roll-out of the launcher and installation on the pad yesterday morning, this news feed will cover the pre-launch day activities including the State Commission meeting that will give go-ahead for launch and the subsequent final press conference with the Expedition 26 crew.\r\n\r\nAfter the feed, the highlights will be available via the ESA TV ftp server. |
  414. | <blank> | 2011-02-10 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-02-14 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2488 | <blank> | <blank> | Latest from Kourou on ATV launch | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 18:00:00 | 18:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 2 | 17:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-02-14 22:34:58 | Atlantic Bird 3 @ 5degW\r\nD/link freq: 12543 MHz\r\nPolarisation X (horizontal)\r\nSR: 27.5 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4 \r\nSignal: MPEG2 16:9 PAL SD mod DVB-s QPSK audio PIDs open\r\n4.5MHz signal labelled GCPE-1\r\nAudio layout: Ch 1/2 = FR, Ch 3/4 = English, Ch 5/6 = Intl\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: Dominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 or Chris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. \r\n | <blank> | 17:30:00 | In 24 hours, an Ariane V launcher will launch the second ATV - Automated Transfer Vehicle - cargo ship that will dock to the International Space Station a week later.\r\n\r\nLift-off is currently scheduled at 22:13 GMT on Tues 15 February with docking to ISS scheduled on Wednesday 23 February \r\n\r\nThis feed provides the latest images on launcher and spacecraft preparations at Europe's space port CSG at Kourou, French Guyana and Interviews in french and english of Jean-Jacques Dordain, ESA Director General and Jean-Yves Le Gall, Arianespace CEO.\r\n\r\nThese images will then be made available within 1 hour on the ESA TV ftp server. |
  415. | <blank> | 2011-02-22 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-02-24 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2495 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV 2 docking to ISS | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:15:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 3 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-02-22 18:30:50 | Eutelsat W2A@10degE \r\nTxp: B1 Channel: 4\r\nDownlink frequency: 11023 MHz\r\nPolarization: X - horizontal\r\nSymb rate: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: 9 MHz MPEG2 4:2:0 16:9 SD PAL Modulation DVB-s QPSK\r\nAudio PIDs open Ch1 - Eng, Ch2 - Fr\r\n\r\nFor any enquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team:\r\n\r\nDominique Detain:\r\ndominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681\r\n\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor:\r\nchrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n | <blank> | 15:15:00 | Follow the docking of ATV-2 "Johannes Kepler" to the International Space Station. Following its launch from CSG, Kourou, on 16 February, the ATV is due to dock automatically with ISS at 15:46:00 GMT Thursday 24 February.\r\n\r\nThis live video transmission from the ATV Control Centre in Toulouse will include images from space and at the facilities involved in the operations, together with interviews of ESA and ATV programme management.\r\n\r\nHighlights of the ATV docking will then be made available as soon as possible as MPEG2 files on the ESA TV ftp server. Highlights will also be broadcast via EbS as an ESA TV Exchange on Friday morning. |
  416. | <blank> | 2010-04-08 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2010-04-09 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2425 | <blank> | <blank> | CryoSat-2 launch Highlights | ESA TV Exchange - format 4:3 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 08:55:00 | <blank> | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEMNB5MEG5G_index_0.html | 1 | 08:40:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-02-24 17:29:25 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | Europe's first mission dedicated to studying the Earth's ice was successfully launched today from Kazakhstan. From its polar orbit, CryoSat-2 will send back data leading to new insights into how ice is responding to climate change and the role it plays in our 'Earth system'.\r\nThese highlights will include lift off, animation of the launcher ascent, staging and spacecraft separation, acquisition of signal and success statements from key managers involved in the mission and ESA Director General Jean-Jacques Dordain. |
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  423. | <blank> | 2011-05-20 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-05-21 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2528 | <blank> | <blank> | Papal call to the Space Station | 16:9 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 11:31:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEMY2IMSNNG_index_0.html | 3 | 11:11:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-21 09:36:58 | Eutelsat W2A @ 10degE\r\nTransponder F06 Channel D 9 MHz\r\nD/link freq: 12703.83 Pol: Vertical \r\nS/R: 5.632 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK\r\n\r\nFor further information please contact ESA TV production:\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor: chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951 | <blank> | 00:00:00 | His Holiness Benedict XVI, will talk with the 12 astronauts aboard the International Space Station from the Vatican Library on Saturday, 21 May. \r\nThe inflight call will take place at 13:11 CEST (11:11 GMT). \r\nThis will be the first papal call to the Space Station.\r\n\r\nESA astronauts Roberto Vittori and Paolo Nespoli and their colleagues will talk for 20 minutes with His Holiness the Pope, who will be in the Foconi Room of the Vatican Library.\r\n\r\nPresent at the event in the Vatican will be Thomas Reiter, ESA Director for Human Spaceflight and Operations, Enrico Saggese, President of the Italian Space Agency, and General Giuseppe Bernardis, Italian Air Force. His Holiness will talk with the crew in English and also address ESAs two Italian astronauts in Italian.\r\n |
  424. | <blank> | 2011-02-28 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-03-01 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2498 | <blank> | <blank> | Safe air navigation in Europe | ESA TV Exchanges | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/Egnos-for-Aviation-25022011/EGNOS_FOR_AVIATION_02-25-11_mpeg2ps.mpg | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:40:00 | 16:10:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaNA/egnos.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-02-28 14:56:43 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | THIS STORY WILL BE BROADCASTED ON EBS+ (2nd channel EBS)\r\n\r\nThe European Commission will declare this wednesday 2 March the official start of the use of the EGNOS signal for precision landing approaches, rendering air navigation in Europe safer. \r\nUsing EGNOS will be beneficial for Airlines and Airports and should reduce the environmental impact of air transport.\r\nEGNOS is a satellite-based augmentation system that improves the accuracy of GPS signals over Europe. \r\nEGNOS is Europe's first contribution to satellite navigation and a precursor of Galileo, the global satellite navigation system that the European Union and the European Space Agency are developing.\r\n\r\nThis B roll includes graphics on EGNOS system and images of planes testing EGNOS. |
  425. | <blank> | 2011-05-30 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-06-01 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2536 | <blank> | <blank> | Endeavour STS 134 landing | ESA TV Live | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | 06:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-30 09:59:19 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5degW\r\nTransponder F5 Channel B (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-S/QPSK | <blank> | 00:00:00 | This Wednesday, 1 June, ESA astronaut Roberto Vittori and his crewmates aboard Endeavour will return to Earth after two weeks of intense mission to the International Space Station. \r\n\r\nLanding is scheduled at 0635 GMT at Kennedy Space Centre, Florida\r\n\r\nThis will mark the end of the last but one shuttle mission in space.\r\n\r\n |
  426. | <blank> | 2011-05-05 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-05-07 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2519 | <blank> | <blank> | Soyuz launch site completed in French Guiana | 16:9 | <blank> | Soyuz in Kourou | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 17:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Launchers_Access_to_Space/SEM6JRS4LZE_0.html | 2 | 16:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-06 22:51:46 | Eutelsat W2A @ 10degE\r\nTransponder F5 Channel G\r\nD/link freq: 12,730.83 MHz\r\nPol: X horizontal\r\nSymb rate: 6.1113\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear\r\nModulation: DVB-S QPSK\r\n\r\nFor further information please contact ESA TV production:\r\nDominique Detain: dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor: chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951 | <blank> | 00:00:00 | The new Soyuz launch site built at Europe's Space Port in French Guiana is now complete. The occasion was marked this week with a ceremony with the heads of the organisations involved : ESA, the European Space Agency; CNES, the French Space Agency; Roscosmos, the Russian Space Agency and Arianespace, which will commercialise and exploit the historic launcher at its new base.\r\nThis feed will show the status of the Soyuz launchpad and carry interviews with the heads of the agencies as follows:\r\nJean-Jacques Dordain: Director General ESA (Eng/Fr),\r\nYannick D'Escatha: President CNES (Eng/Fr),\r\nVladimir Popovkin: General Director Roscosmos (Ru with trans),\r\nJean-Yves Le Gall: President Director General Arianespace (Eng/Fr).\r\nThe feed should also contain the countdown rehearsal for the maiden launch from Kourou, expected in late 2011.\r\n\r\nThe files will be uploaded to the ESA TV ftp server within 1 hour of the transmission.\r\n |
  427. | <blank> | 2011-02-14 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-02-14 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2489 | <blank> | <blank> | Ariane / ATV Roll out to launch pad | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 23:00:00 | 23:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/export/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 2 | 22:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-05 15:02:47 | Atlantic Bird 3 @ 5degW\r\nD/link freq: 12543 MHz\r\nPolarisation X (horizontal)\r\nSR: 27.5 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 16:9 PAL SD mod DVB-s QPSK audio PIDs open\r\n4.5MHz signal labelled GCPE-1\r\nAudio layout: Ch 1/2 = FR, Ch 3/4 = English, Ch 5/6 = Intl\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: Dominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 or Chris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 22:30:00 | Ariane Vol 200 - with ATV 2 under its fairing - was rolled out to its launch pad on 14 February. This marks the start of the final countdown. \r\n\r\nLift off is currently planned at 22:13 GMT on Tues 15 February with docking to ISS scheduled on Wednesday 23 February.\r\n\r\nThis feed provides images of the roll out, when Ariane makes its way to the launch pad. \r\n\r\nIt includes the following interviews:\r\n\r\nNico Dettmann, ESA ATV Programme Manager in english and german\r\n\r\nCharlotte Beskow, ESA ATV 2 Deputy Mission Manager in english, french and swedish \r\n\r\nJean-Yves Le Gall, Arianespace CEO in french and english\r\n\r\nLouis Laurent, Arianespace Senior VP Programmes in french and english\r\n\r\nThese images will then be made available within 1 hour on the ESA TV ftp server. |
  428. | <blank> | 2011-05-05 00:00:00 | EbS77186.doc | 2011-05-06 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2520 | <blank> | <blank> | Fully assembled Soyuz at Europe's Space Port | B-Roll | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/SOYUZ%20IN%20KOUROU/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-05 15:08:46 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | Soyuz, dating from the origins of space conquest by launching first Sputnik and then Yuri Gagarin; has so far always launched from Baikonur in Kazakhstan or Plesetsk in Russia. But now it has its own new facility at the European Spaceport and this week intensive tests were organised with a fully assembled model. \r\n\r\nThis dry run is meant to validate the procedures that will replicate all aspects of a Soyuz mission.\r\n\r\nThe vehicle involved in this exercise is a flight-ready unit that will be used for a future mission after Soyuz enters service beginning later this year. \r\n\r\n |
  429. | <blank> | 2011-05-13 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-05-16 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2516 | <blank> | <blank> | Endeavour / STS-134 Launch - Live Transmission | 4:3 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 13:15:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaHS/astronauts.html | 2 | 11:45:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-17 08:17:40 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5 deg W\r\nTransponder F5 Channel B (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK | <blank> | 00:00:00 | None |
  430. | <blank> | 2011-05-09 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-05-10 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2521 | <blank> | <blank> | Soyuz launch site completed in French Guiana | B-Roll - 16:9 | <blank> | Soyuz in Kourou | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEM46QISDNG_index_0.html | 2 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-17 08:23:39 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | The new Soyuz launch site built at Europe's Space Port in French Guiana is now complete. \r\n\r\nThe occasion was marked this week with a ceremony with the heads of the organisations involved : ESA, the European Space Agency; CNES, the French Space Agency; Roscosmos, the Russian Space Agency and Arianespace, which will commercialise and exploit the historic launcher at its new base.\r\n\r\nThis B roll shows the status of the Soyuz launchpad and carry interviews with the heads of the agencies as follows:\r\n\r\nJean-Jacques Dordain: Director General ESA (Eng/Fr),\r\n\r\nYannick D'Escatha: President CNES (Eng/Fr),\r\n\r\nVladimir Popovkin: General Director Roscosmos (Ru with trans),\r\n\r\nJean-Yves Le Gall: President Director General Arianespace (Eng/Fr).\r\n\r\n\r\n |
  431. | <blank> | 2011-05-23 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-05-24 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2532 | <blank> | <blank> | Soyuz Landing in Kazakhstan/ Live | 16:9 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 03:15:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/magisstra/index.html | 3 | 01:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-24 08:56:18 | Eutelsat W2A @ 10.0degE\r\nTransponder B1 Channel 3upper (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 11014.0 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 5.632 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK | <blank> | 00:00:00 | Tonight, this 24 May, ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli comes back to Earth with his crewmates Dimitri Kondratiev and Cady Coleman in a Soyuz capsule landing in the desert of Kazakhstan (landing planned at 2h26 GMT)\r\n\r\nThis marks the end of the third ESA long duration mission aboard the International Space Station. \r\n\r\nLaunched from Baikonur last 15 December Paolo Nespoli conducted scientific experiments and participated in the very busy activities in and around the ISS. \r\n\r\nThis transmission relays live coverage of landing by Roscosmos, the Russian Space Agency. \r\n\r\nAs soon as possible highlights will be posted as usual on ESA TV FTP.\r\n\r\nFor more information please contact ESA TV Team:\r\n\r\nDominique Detain + 33 6 85 11 46 81\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor + 44 777 427 59 51\r\n\r\n\r\n |
  432. | <blank> | 2011-05-17 00:00:00 | EbS77203.doc | 2011-05-17 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2522 | <blank> | <blank> | Endeavour / STS-134 Launch Highlights | B-Roll - 4:3 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 08:15:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaHS/astronauts.html | 2 | 08:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-17 08:37:47 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | None |
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  439. | <blank> | 2011-05-23 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-05-23 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2530 | <blank> | <blank> | Nespoli and Vittori live call with Italian President | 16:9 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 13:50:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaHS/astronauts.html | 3 | 13:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-23 13:03:20 | Atlantic Bird 3 @ 5degW\r\nTransponder KB07 Channel F (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 11481.5 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 5.632 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK | <blank> | 00:00:00 | Today, Italian ESA astronauts Paolo Nespoli and Robert Vittori will talk from orbit with their President Giorgio Napolitano at the Palazzo del Quirinale in Rome.\r\n\r\nMoments after the event Paolo Nespoli, after a successful 6-month mission, will join fellow crew members Coleman and Kondratiev in the Soyuz module for farewell and hatch closure prior to undocking and a de-orbit burn targeted for a landing in Kazakhstan early Tuesday morning.\r\n\r\nVittori remains aboard as a mission specialist on STS-134 that has delivered the European Alpha-Magnetic Spectrometer to ISS. Shuttle Endeavour, on its final mission, will return to Earth on 1 June.\r\n\r\nFor further information or transmission enquiries please contact ESA TV Team:\r\nDominique DETAIN + 33 6 85 11 46 81 or Chris Courtenay Taylor + 44 7774 275 951\r\n |
  440. | <blank> | 2011-05-23 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-05-23 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2531 | <blank> | <blank> | ISS farewell ceremony/ Hatch closure / Soyuz undocking | ESA TV Live | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 18:45:00 | 22:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/magisstra/index.html | 1 | 18:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-23 09:37:53 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5 deg W\r\nTransponder F5 Channel B (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK | <blank> | 21:15:00 | ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli comes back to Earth this 24 May with his crewmates Dimitri Kondratiev and Cady Coleman, landing in Kazakhstan is planned at 2h26 GMT.\r\n\r\nESA TV relays live the International Space Station farewell ceremony and Soyuz hatch closure from 18h00 GMT to 18h45 GMT and undocking from ISS between 21h15 GMT and 22h00 GMT.\r\n\r\nFor more information please contact ESA TV Team:\r\n\r\nDominique Detain + 33 6 85 11 46 81\r\n\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor + 44 777 427 59 51\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n |
  441. | <blank> | 2011-06-17 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-06-20 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2541 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV-2 Undocking from ISS | 4:3 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 2 | 14:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-06-17 18:01:15 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5 deg W\r\nTransponder F5 Channel B (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK | <blank> | 00:00:00 | None |
  442. | <blank> | 2011-07-07 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-07-08 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2546 | <blank> | <blank> | STS 135 Last shuttle launch | ESA TV Live | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:45:00 | <blank> | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/shuttle/index.html | 1 | 14:45:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-07-07 12:01:04 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5 deg W\r\nTransponder F5 Channel B (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK | <blank> | <blank> | This 8 July STS 135 Atlantis will take off at 15h26 GMT for the last Space Shuttle mission.\r\n\r\nLaunch will be shown live via satellite for broadcasters with relay of NASA TV coverage. \r\n\r\n\r\nPlease also note that we will relay Flight Day 1 Highlights this saturday morning between 02h00 and 03h00 GMT. This will include last launch preparations and lift off. \r\n\r\nAs soon as possible after the transmissions highlights will be posted on ESA TV FTP.\r\n\r\nDon't hesitate to check our transmissions schedule as events might slip.\r\n\r\nDuring the mission ESA TV plans several other transmissions that will be notified to our subscribers and announced on the site.\r\n\r\n\r\nFor more information please contact ESA TV Team: \r\n\r\nDominique Detain + 33 6 85 11 46 81\r\n\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor + 44 777 427 59 51\r\n\r\nIngrid Van De Vyver + 32 495 20 95 41\r\n\r\n |
  443. | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-07-11 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2547 | <blank> | <blank> | STS 135 Atlantis /ISS | ESA TV News | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 03:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/shuttle/index.html | 1 | 02:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-07-09 19:36:55 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5 deg W\r\nTransponder F5 Channel B (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK \r\n | <blank> | <blank> | After its successful lift-off from Kennedy Space Centre this Friday, Atlantis is joining the International Space Station.\r\n\r\nThis transmission will relay NASA TV Highlights Flight Day 3 which will cover: docking to ISS, hatch opening and ingress, welcome ceremony between the crews and latest important activities of this last Space Shuttle mission.\r\n\r\nAs usual selection of footage will be posted on ESA TV FTP within 1 hour. |
  444. | <blank> | 2011-07-20 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-07-21 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2551 | <blank> | <blank> | Atlantis/STS-135 landing | ESA TV live | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 10:15:00 | <blank> | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/shuttle/index.html | 3 | 09:15:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-07-20 12:06:11 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5 deg W\r\nTransponder F5 Channel B (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK \r\n \r\n \r\n | <blank> | <blank> | Space shuttle Atlantis lifted off on Friday July 8 for STS-135, the final shuttle mission. During 14 days in space, the crew have completed delivery of final essential hardware items and supplies and recovery of the Rafaello logistics module for return to Earth.\r\n\r\nFollowing Tuesday's undocking from ISS, Atlantis is scheduled to land at Kennedy Space Centre on Thursday 21 July at 09:56 GMT. \r\n\r\nKey images will be posted on the ESA TV ftp server within 1 hour of the TX.\r\n\r\n( Server: esa.contentcoders.com / userid: esa / password: ftp4esa )\r\n\r\n\r\nFor more information please contact ESA TV Team:\r\n\r\nDominique Detain + 33 6 85 11 46 81\r\n\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor + 44 7774 275 951\r\n\r\nIngrid Van De Vyver + 32 495 20 95 41 \r\n |
  445. | <blank> | 2011-07-18 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-07-18 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2549 | <blank> | <blank> | STS-135 Farewell/hatch closure. | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 21:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/shuttle/index.html | 2 | 20:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-07-18 13:39:34 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5 deg W\r\nTransponder F5 Channel B (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK \r\n \r\n \r\n | <blank> | 00:00:00 | Space shuttle Atlantis lifted off at 15:26 GMT on Friday July 8 for STS-135, the final shuttle mission.\r\n\r\nToday, prior to the farewell ceremony and hatch closure, the shuttle crew will complete the final mission objective: recovery of the Rafaello multi-purpose logistics module for return to Earth. \r\n\r\nAtlantis is scheduled to undock from ISS Tuesday and land at Kennedy Space Centre on Thursday 21 July at 09:57 GMT.\r\n\r\nTonight's Flight Day Highlights are expected to contain footage of the recovery, together with the crew farewell ceremony anf closing of hatches between ISS and Atlantis.\r\n\r\nKey images will be posted on the ESA TV ftp server within 1 hour of the TX.\r\n\r\nFor more information please contact ESA TV Team:\r\nDominique Detain + 33 6 85 11 46 81\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor + 44 7774 275 951\r\nIngrid Van De Vyver + 32 495 20 95 41 \r\n |
  446. | <blank> | 2011-07-19 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-07-19 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2550 | <blank> | <blank> | STS-135 Undocking and ISS fly-around | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 20:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/shuttle/index.html | 2 | 19:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-07-19 10:17:48 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5 deg W\r\nTransponder F5 Channel B (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK \r\n \r\n \r\n | <blank> | <blank> | Space shuttle Atlantis lifted off on July 8 for STS-135, the final shuttle mission and is now due to land this thursday.\r\n\r\nFollowing Monday's farewell ceremony and hatch closure, this transmission will relay Flight Day Highlights 12 which will include Atlantis undocking and ISS fly-around.\r\n\r\nKey images will be posted on the ESA TV ftp server within 1 hour of the TX.\r\n\r\nFor more information please contact ESA TV Team:\r\n\r\nDominique Detain + 33 6 85 11 46 81\r\n\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor + 44 7774 275 951\r\n\r\nIngrid Van De Vyver + 32 495 20 95 41 \r\n |
  447. | <blank> | 2011-02-16 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-02-16 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2490 | <blank> | <blank> | Ariane V200 - ATV Johannes Kepler launch Live - 2nd attempt. | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 23:50:00 | <blank> | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/export/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 3 | 21:35:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-09-28 12:37:40 | Atlantic Bird 3 @ 5degW\r\nD/link freq: 12543 MHz\r\nPolarisation X (horizontal)\r\nSR: 27.5 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 16:9 PAL SD mod DVB-s QPSK audio PIDs open\r\n4.5MHz signal labelled GCPE-1\r\nAudio layout: Ch 1/2 = FR, Ch 3/4 = English, Ch 5/6 = Intl\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: Dominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 or Chris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | <blank> | Following last night's launch postponement, a 2nd launch attempt has been confirmed for tonight with a lift-off time of 21:50:55 GMT.\r\n\r\nLive TV coverage of the "Johannes Kepler" launch by Ariane Vol 200 from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, will commence at 21:35 GMT.\r\n\r\nThe live coverage can also be viewed as streaming video on the Arianespace and ESA websites.\r\n\r\nHighlights of launch and ATV first orbital operations will then be made available as MPEG2 files on the ESA TV FTP server:\r\n\r\nServer: esa.contentcoders.com\r\nLogin/UserID: esa\r\nPassword: ftp4esa\r\n |
  448. | <blank> | 2011-10-24 00:00:00 | EbS80633.doc | 2011-10-25 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2575 | <blank> | <blank> | One Soyuz, two Galileo: three successes for Europe : Highlights launch | B Roll | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/Soyuz%20Galileo%20Oct%202011/2011-10-21%20launch/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 16:45:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEM167GURTG_index_0.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-10-24 15:50:53 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:30:00 | None |
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  455. | <blank> | 2011-12-16 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-12-16 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2588 | <blank> | <blank> | Expedition 30/PromISSe crew in Baikonur. | 16:9 HD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 11:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 2 | 10:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-12-18 12:21:22 | HD:\r\nEutelsat W2A@10degE\r\nTxp B3 Ch 3M6 9 MHz\r\nD/link freq: 11102 polarisation X / horizontal\r\nSignal: MPEG4 4:2:0 SR 4.9373 FEC 3/4 Mod DVB-S2/8PSK intl mono audio\r\n\r\nSD:\r\nEutelsat W2A@10degE\r\nTxp F5 Ch 5 - 9 MHz\r\nD/link freq: 12721.83 polarisation X / horizontal\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 SR 5.632 FEC 3/4 Mod DVB-S/QPSK intl mono audio\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | The Expedition 30 crew, with Dutch European astronaut Andre Kuipers, arrived in Baikonur on December 8 for their final mission preparations prior to launch on 21 December.\r\n\r\nToday's feed is expected to include:\r\n\r\n- arrival of the crew from the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre at Star City\r\n\r\n- ceremony with raising of national flags\r\n\r\n- suited fit-checks in the Soyuz TMA crew capsule\r\n\r\n- checks of safety and other equipment\r\n\r\nSD MPEG2 highlights will be posted on the ESA ftp server as soon as possible after end of transmission.\r\n |
  456. | <blank> | 2011-12-18 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-12-19 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2589 | <blank> | <blank> | Expedition 30/PromISSe launcher ready in Baikonur | HD 16:9 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 11:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 2 | 10:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-12-18 12:22:08 | HD:\r\nEutelsat W2A@10degE\r\nTxp B3 Ch 3M6 9 MHz\r\nD/link freq: 11102 polarisation X / horizontal\r\nSignal: MPEG4 4:2:0 SR 4.9373 FEC 3/4 Mod DVB-S2/8PSK intl mono audio\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | The Expedition 30 crew, with Dutch European astronaut Andre Kuipers, arrived in Baikonur on December 8 for their final mission preparations prior to launch on 21 December. This morning, in record cold temperatures around -25 deg Celsius; the launcher-spacecraft composite was rolled out to the pad and rotated to the vertical position. \r\n\r\nToday's feed is expected to include:\r\n\r\n- mating of the Soyuz TMA capsule to the launcher at the assembly building\r\n\r\n- roll-out to the launch pad\r\n\r\n- rotation to vertical and securing for launch\r\n\r\n- soundbites from key team members\r\n\r\nHD MPEG4 highlights will be posted on the ESA ftp server as soon as possible after end of transmission. |
  457. | <blank> | 2012-01-23 00:00:00 | EbS82111.doc | 2012-01-24 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2595 | <blank> | <blank> | Vega, history of a new launcher | 16/9 SD on EBS, HD on FTP server | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/Vega-17012012/ESA_VEGA_ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:50:00 | 15:20:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Launchers_Access_to_Space/ASEKMU0TCNC_0.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-01-30 10:31:10 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | Early this year the new Vega launcher will make his inaugural flight from Europe's Spaceport in French Guyane. \r\n\r\nVega, able to send on orbit small class satellites, will complement ESA's launchers portfolio alongside Ariane and Soyuz from Kourou.\r\n\r\nThe real roots of Vega began long before Europe's new launcher was conceived, Italy was involved right from the beginning when they needed a small launcher, and at first wanted to take an existing U.S. rocket and adapt it. But various market needs eventually encouraged the Europeans to develop its own small launcher, and the Vega project was born. \r\n\r\nThis video recalls the Vega story, an Italian national project that became a European Programme.\r\n\r\nA & B Roll include interviews in english and italian with: \r\nAntonio Fabrizi, ESA Director of Launchers and Stefano Bianchi, ESA Vega Programme Manager. \r\n\r\n |
  458. | <blank> | 2011-12-19 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-12-20 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2590 | <blank> | <blank> | Expedition 30/PromISSe crew go-ahead for launch | HD 16:9 feed plus HD/SD highlights | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 18:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 2 | 17:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-12-19 21:11:16 | HD:\r\nEutelsat W2A@10degE\r\nTxp B3 Ch 3M6 9 MHz\r\nD/link freq: 11102 polarisation X / horizontal\r\nSignal: MPEG4 4:2:0 SR 4.9373 FEC 3/4 Mod DVB-S2/8PSK intl mono audio\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | The Expedition 30 crew, with Dutch European astronaut Andre Kuipers, arrived in Baikonur on December 8 for their final mission preparations prior to launch on 21 December. Yesterday their Soyuz launcher and crew capsule were rolled out to the launch pad and rotated to the vertical position ready for fuelling. \r\n\r\nToday's feed is expected to include:\r\n\r\n- the final presentation to the State Commission for approval to proceed to launch\r\n\r\n- the final press conference given by the crew\r\n\r\nHD MPEG4 and SD MPEG2 highlights will be posted on the ESA ftp server as soon as possible after end of transmission. |
  459. | <blank> | 2012-02-10 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-02-11 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2602 | <blank> | <blank> | VEGA - latest pre-launch images from Kourou. | 16/9 SD A/B-Roll | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Vega/index.html | 2 | 16:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-02-11 16:14:30 | EUTELSAT W3A@7 deg East\r\nTransponder B4 Channel 4M9 (R2)9MHz \r\nDownlink freq: 11106.5 MHz POL Y (vertical)\r\nFormat: SD 625 16:9 50Hz\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK\r\nSR: 6.6665Ms/s FEC 7/8,\r\nRoF 0.35 (11_SD MPEG2 420 10.7514 Mbps)\r\nAUDIO:1 SOUND MONO\r\nAUDIO:2 SOUND MONO\r\nAUDIO:3 N/A\r\nAUDIO:4 N/A\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | The European Space Agency's new VEGA launcher qualification is under way\r\nat Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana. \r\n\r\nThe inaugural VEGA flight is scheduled for lift-off from 10:00 UTC on 13 February 2012.\r\n\r\nEurope's new launcher will lift off from a newly built launch site at Kourou, exactly on the location where the first Ariane flights took place at the Guiana Space Centre. \r\n\r\nThis pre-launch feed shows:\r\n\r\n- Video summary of launcher campaign at Kourou.\r\n\r\n- Vega history footage including interviews in English with ESA Director of launchers Antonio Fabrizi and ESA VEGA Programme Manager Stefano Bianchi. |
  460. | <blank> | 2012-01-27 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-01-27 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2598 | <blank> | <blank> | First VEGA visible on launch pad | 16/9 SD B-Roll | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Vega/index.html | 2 | 16:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-01-30 12:05:50 | EUTELSAT W3A@7 deg East\r\nTransponder B4 Channel 4M9 (R2)9MHz \r\nDownlink freq: 11106.5 MHz POL Y (vertical)\r\nFormat: SD 625 16:9 50Hz\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK\r\nSR: 6.6665Ms/s FEC 7/8,\r\nRoF 0.35 (11_SD MPEG2 420 10.7514 Mbps)\r\nAUDIO:1 SOUND MONO\r\nAUDIO:2 SOUND MONO\r\nAUDIO:3 N/A\r\nAUDIO:4 N/A | <blank> | 00:00:00 | None |
  461. | <blank> | 2012-02-13 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-02-14 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2604 | <blank> | <blank> | VEGA Launch Highlights | B-Roll 16:9 | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/Vega | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:45:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Vega/index.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-02-13 19:21:59 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | \r\nESAs new Vega launcher scores success on maiden flight\r\n\r\n \r\nThe first Vega lifted off today at 10:00 GMT (11:00 CET, 07:00 local time) from the new launch pad at Europes Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana.\r\nWith Vega extending the family of launchers available at the spaceport, Europe now covers the full range of launch needs, from small science and Earth observation satellites to the largest missions like ESAs supply freighters to the International Space Station. \r\n\r\nThis B-Roll includes images from countdown, lift-off, animation and the speech of ESA Director Jean-Jacques Dordain |
  462. | <blank> | 2012-02-10 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-02-13 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2603 | <blank> | <blank> | VEGA - launch coverage live from Kouou | 16/9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 11:40:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Vega/index.html | 3 | 09:40:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-03-21 12:50:02 | EUTELSAT W3A@7 deg East\r\nTransponder B4 Channel 4M9 (R2)9MHz \r\nDownlink freq: 11106.5 MHz POL Y (vertical)\r\nFormat: SD 625 16:9 50Hz\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK\r\nSR: 6.6665Ms/s FEC 7/8,\r\nRoF 0.35 (11_SD MPEG2 420 10.7514 Mbps)\r\nAUDIO:1 English\r\nAUDIO:2 French\r\nAUDIO:3 Italian\r\nAUDIO:4 N/A\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | The inaugural VEGA flight is scheduled for lift-off from 10:00 UTC on 13 February 2012.\r\n\r\nEurope's new launcher will lift off from a newly built launch site at Kourou, exactly on the location where the first Ariane flights took place at the Guiana Space Centre. \r\n\r\nLaunch coverage from CSG will commence 20 mins before opening of the 3 hours launch window and end with Director's statements following separation of the 9-satellite payload approximately 90 mins after launch. |
  463. | <blank> | 2012-06-06 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-06-06 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2627 | <blank> | <blank> | Venus Sun transit observation | 16:9 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 09:45:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Venus_Express/index.html | 2 | 09:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-06-06 05:29:01 | ESA TV ftp server - all files\r\nEurovision WorldLink/WorldFeed - 15' selection\r\nESA web - 15' selection | <blank> | 00:00:00 | None |
  464. | <blank> | 2012-06-26 00:00:00 | EbS86494.doc | 2012-06-27 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2633 | <blank> | <blank> | ESA astronaut explains his science work on board ISS | <blank> | 2012-06-27 00:00:00 | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/Kuipers-Explains-22062012/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:40:00 | 15:10:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-06-26 15:00:24 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | ESA astronaut Andre Kuipers is planned to come back this 1 July, landing in the steppes of Kazakhstan in a Soyuz capsule.\r\nThis will mark the end of the 4th ESA long duration mission with a fulls erie of experiments in various domains.\r\nFrom the ISS Andr\xe9 explains what he has been doing during his more than six months stay, in particular what type of experiments he has been conducting.\r\n\r\nThis B roll is based on explanations given by the ESA astronaut on the following themes: \r\n\r\n- Biology and human physiology\r\n\r\n- Astronauts as laboratory subjects\r\n\r\n- Space radiation effects\r\n\r\n- Fluid physics in space\r\n\r\n- Technology: tracking ships\r\n\r\n |
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  472. | <blank> | 2012-06-30 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-07-05 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2717 | <blank> | <blank> | MSG3 launch | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 23:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/MSG/index.html | 3 | 19:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-07-03 11:06:06 | EUTELSAT 10A (EX W2A)@ 10 deg East\r\nTXP B5 Channel B (9MHZ)\r\nD/link Fr: 11135.83 MHz POL X/horizontal\r\nSR: 5.632Ms/s FEC 3/4\r\nSig: PAL SD MPEG2 420 16:9\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK\r\nMono audio: Eng - PIDs open\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact: \r\n\r\n\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951\r\n\r\n | <blank> | 00:00:00 | MSG 3, the third Meteosat Second Generation satellite will be launched by Ariane 5 this 5 July from Europe's Space Port in French Guiaana. \r\n\r\nLaunch window extends from 21h36 GMT to 22:05 GMT.\r\n\r\nBeing among the most advanced geostationary satellites today, the Meteosat Second Generation satellites provide unique performance and reliability for weather prediction and climate monitoring.\r\n\r\nThey are the fruit of the successful cooperation between ESA, Eumetsat and the European Industry.\r\n\r\nTransmission include live images of launch from Kourou and from Darmstadt, Germany at ESA ESOC Control Centre and at Eumetsat Headquarters. |
  473. | <blank> | 2011-05-24 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-05-25 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2525 | <blank> | <blank> | Paolo Nespoli back from ISS /Highlights | ESA TV Exchange : B-Roll | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/NESPOLI%202010-2011%20Expedition%2026-27/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/magisstra/index.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-07-02 12:05:55 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | This 24 May, ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli came back to Earth with his crewmates Dimitri Kondratiev and Cady Coleman in a Soyuz capsule landing in the desert of Kazakhstan. \r\n\r\nIt marks the end of the third ESA long duration mission aboard the International Space Station. \r\n\r\nThe B roll includes images of the farewelll ceremony in the ISS with hatch closure and then undocking plus Soyuz landing with the crew out of the capsule. \r\n\r\n |
  474. | <blank> | 2012-07-02 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-07-03 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 3 | <blank> | <blank> | Kuipers landing highlights | B Roll | 2012-07-03 00:00:00 | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/andre_kuipers/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-07-02 12:14:11 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | On 1st July ESA astronaut Andr\xe9 Kuipers, NASA astronaut Don Pettit and Russian Cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko have returned to Earth in their Soyuz capsule. \r\nIt marks the end of the fourth ESA long duration mission aboard the International Space Station. \r\n\r\nThe B roll includes images of the farewelll ceremony in the ISS with hatch closure and then undocking plus Soyuz landing with the crew out of the capsule as well as comments from Andr\xe9 Kuipers and Thomas Reiter, the Director of Human Spaceflight.\r\n\r\nShotlist :\r\n\r\n00:00:15:17 - Farewell and hatch closure (no audio)\r\n00:02:05:12 - Undocking\r\n00:04:29:05 - De-orbit and landing animation\r\n00:05:48:07 - Landing\r\n00:09:38:04 - Comment Thomas Reiter\r\n00:10:11:13 - Arrival Zhezkazgan and comment Andr\xe9 Kuipers in English and Dutch\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n |
  475. | <blank> | 2012-09-15 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-09-17 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2715 | <blank> | <blank> | Metop-B launch coverage 17 September | 16:9 SD | 2012-09-17 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 19:15:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaEO/SEM9NO2VQUD_index_0_m.html | 3 | 15:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-09-15 22:57:51 | EUTELSAT 10A (EX W2A)@ 10 deg East\r\nTXP B5 Channel G (9MHZ)\r\nD/link Fr: 11180.83 MHz POL X/horizontal\r\nSR: 5.632Ms/s FEC 3/4\r\nSig: PAL SD MPEG2 420 16:9\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK\r\nMono audio: Eng - PIDs open\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact: \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv\r\n+44 7774 275 951 | <blank> | 00:00:00 | None |
  476. | <blank> | 2011-12-20 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-12-21 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2706 | <blank> | <blank> | Live coverage of Expedition 30/PromISSe launch from Baikonur | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 14:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 3 | 12:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-12-20 09:51:31 | Eutelsat W2A@10degE\r\nTxp B1 Ch 3upper - 9 MHz\r\nD/link freq: 11014 polarisation X / horizontal\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 SR 5.632 FEC 3/4 Mod DVB-S/QPSK mono audio 1=intl 2=commentary mix.\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | On 21 December, Dutch ESA astronaut Andre Kuipers, American Don Pettit and Russian Oleg Kononenko will be launched in a Soyuz TMA spacecraft from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan for a challenging 6-month mission on the International Space Station.\r\n\r\nLaunch is scheduled at 13:16:15 GMT\r\n\r\nESA TV will provide live coverage of the countdown to launch and flight into orbit with images from the historic cosmodrome and the mission control centre near Moscow. The transmission will also include launch-day images of the crew suit-up, walk-out to salute and their wave as they go onto the launcher.\r\n\r\nESA live transmssion will start at 1230 GMT but live and pre-launch images will be relayed from Baikonur from 1200 GMT for line-up and background.\r\n\r\nAs soon as possible after the launch, highlights will be posted on the ESA TV ftp server.\r\n\r\nBona fide broadcasters requiring access to the cleanfeed (HD) should contact the producers. |
  477. | <blank> | 2011-10-28 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-11-04 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2708 | <blank> | <blank> | Mars500 hatch opening | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 11:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/Mars500/SEM7W9XX3RF_2.html | 3 | 09:50:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-10-31 11:49:19 | Eutelsat W2A @ 10.0degE\r\nTransponder B1 Channel 4upper (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 11023.0 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 5.632 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: 16:9 PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK\r\nAudio layout: Ch 1 = Intl, Ch 2 = English.\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV producer: \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951.\r\n | <blank> | 00:00:00 | The 'journey' finally comes to an end for the crew of six, including two Europeans, who will complete their simulated mission to Mars on 4 November.\r\nThe Mars500 experiment was organised at the Russian Institute of Biomedical Problems (IBMP) in Moscow.\r\nIt has been as long as a real trip to Mars and it was conducted in a simulator that included an interplanetary spaceship, a Mars lander and a Martian landscape.\r\nThis ESA TV transmission will show the hatch opening and the first statements from the crew; in particular from the two ESA Mars volunteers, Frenchman Romain Charles and Italo-Colombian Diego Urbina.\r\n\r\nTo follow the transmission on the web please go to www.esa.int\r\n\r\nHighlights will be posted within 1 hour on the ESA TV ftp server and at Eurovision WorldLink. |
  478. | <blank> | 2011-09-19 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-09-20 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2713 | <blank> | <blank> | ISS Expedition 30 crew news conference with ESA astronaut Andre Kuipers | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 19:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 3 | 18:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-09-16 13:54:38 | Atlantic Bird 1 @ 12.5 deg W\r\nTransponder F5 Channel B (9MHz)\r\nD/link freq: 12633.75 MHz Pol X/Horizontal\r\nS/R: 6.1113 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: PAL MPEG2 4:2:0 in the clear with open audio PIDs\r\nModulation: DVB-s/QPSK | <blank> | 00:00:00 | Follow the traditional pre-mission crew news conference this 20 September with Andre Kuipers.\r\n\r\nThe ESA astronaut, along with his crewmates Oleg Kononenko and Don Pettit, will speak from Johnson Space Centre in Houston, USA, where they are currently training.\r\n\r\nThey will present their future mission for what will be the 30th expedition to the International Space Station and the 4th ESA long duration mission. \r\n\r\nLaunch aboard a Soyuz from Baikonur is expected end of December for a six months stay on orbit.\r\n |
  479. | <blank> | 2012-10-10 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-10-11 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2714 | <blank> | <blank> | Galileo IOV - latest from Kourou | 16:9 SD | 2012-10-10 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaNA/index.html | 2 | 16:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-10-10 13:54:57 | \r\nEutelsat 7A@ 7degE\r\n\r\nTxp B4 Channel 4D 6MHz\r\nD/link freq: 11060 MHz Pol Y/vertical\r\n16:9 PAL SD MPEG2 4:2:0 DR: 10.7514 Mb/s\r\nModulation: DVBS2/8PSK\r\nSR: 4.9373 FEC: \xbe\r\nAudio: mono Eng:1 / Fr:2 / Ambient:4\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nEutelsat 10A@ 10degE\r\n\r\nTxp B4 Channel 4M 9Hz\r\nD/link freq: 11106.5 MHz Pol Y/vertical\r\n16:9 PAL SD MPEG2 4:2:0 DR: 10.7514 Mb/s\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK\r\nSR: 6.6665 FEC: 7/8\r\nAudio: Eng:1 / Fr:2 / Ambient:4\r\n\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV team: \r\n\r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\n\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951\r\n | <blank> | 00:00:00 | The next Galileo Soyuz launch is well on its way at Europe's spaceport.\r\n\r\nSoyuz with its two satellites is now on its launchpad for lift off scheduled at 18:15 gmt 15:15 Kru 20:15 CEST this 12 October This transmission shows the latest operations from Kourou with images from the launcher and payloads preparation with interviews of ESA Galileo management in English, French, Italian and Spanish.\r\n\r\nHighlights will be posted on the ESA TV ftp server as soon as possible after transmission.\r\n |
  480. | <blank> | 2012-03-26 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-03-28 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2703 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV 3 Docking to ISS (updated) | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 23:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 3 | 22:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-03-26 15:21:15 | EUTELSAT 10A (EX W2A) 10 deg East\r\nTXP B5 Channel B (9MHZ)\r\nD/link Fr: 11135.83 MHz POL X/horizontal\r\nSR: 6.6665Ms/s FEC 7/8\r\nSig: PAL SD MPEG2 420 16:9\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK\r\nMono audio: 1=Eng / 2=FR / 3=n/a / 4=atmo\r\n\r\nTransmission will now be in SD only.\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | After the successfull launch of Ariane from Europe' Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana; ATV 3 is planned to dock to the internatioanal Space Station this 28 March at 22h33 GMT.\r\n\r\nFollow the docking live from ATV Control Centre in Toulouse, France with images from Houston, Moscow and the ISS.\r\n\r\nThere will be a test signal on 28 March 1400-1430GMT.\r\n\r\nDocking highlights will be posted on the ESA TV ftp server as soon as possible after end of transmission.\r\n |
  481. | <blank> | 2011-10-20 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-10-21 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2711 | <blank> | <blank> | Live - Launch attempt#2 - Soyuz maiden launch from Kourou wth Galileo/IOV satellites | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Galileo_IOV/index.html | 3 | 09:25:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-10-20 21:47:29 | Atlantic Bird 3 @ 5degW\r\nD/link freq: 12543 MHz\r\nPolarisation X (horizontal)\r\nSR: 27.5 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 PAL 16:9 SD mod DVB-s QPSK audio PIDs open\r\n4.5MHz signal labelled GCPE-1\r\nAudio layout: Ch 1 = FR, Ch 2 = English, Ch 3 = Russian, Ch 4 = Intl\r\n\r\nFor EBU/Eurovision subscribers; the feeds will also be available through EuroFeed and EuroLink - see your notifications for details.\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951.\r\n\r\n | <blank> | 00:00:00 | None |
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  488. | <blank> | 2011-11-30 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-12-01 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2712 | <blank> | <blank> | Andre Kuipers - getting ready to leave Star City | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 2 | 15:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-11-30 15:45:25 | Eutelsat W3A@7degE\r\n\r\nTransponder F2 Channel A \r\nD/link freq:12510.1130 MHz Polarisation Y/vertical\r\nSymbol rate 5.632 FEC 3/4\r\nSignal: 9MHz MPEG2 4:2:0 DVB-S/QPSK clear audio PIDs open\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | In the final phase of preparation for the Expedition 30 mission to ISS Andre Kuipers and his fellow crew members Oleg Kononenko and Don Pettit will depart the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre in a week's time. On 1 December they will give a final press conference and make the traditional visit to the Gagarin memorial at The Kremlin.\r\n\r\n\r\nThis feed will contain highlights of the conference with statements in English and Dutch from Andr\xe9 Kuipers and the visit to Red Square. \r\n\r\nFiles will be posted on the ESA TV ftp server as soon as possible after the feed.\r\n\r\nNotes for direct downlink: the feed will contain portions of fast-forward between good takes. |
  489. | <blank> | 2012-09-13 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-09-14 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2716 | <blank> | <blank> | Metop-B readied for launch 17 September | 16:9 SD | 2012-09-14 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 09:45:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaEO/SEM9NO2VQUD_index_0_m.html | 2 | 09:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-09-13 23:18:40 | EUTELSAT 10A (EX W2A)@ 10 deg East\r\nTXP B5 Channel E (9MHZ)\r\nD/link Fr: 11162.83 MHz POL X/horizontal\r\nSR: 6.0Ms/s FEC 3/4\r\nSig: PAL SD MPEG2 420 16:9\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK\r\nMono audio: Eng - PIDs open\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact: \r\n\r\n\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or \r\n | <blank> | 00:00:00 | None |
  490. | <blank> | 2011-12-07 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-12-08 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2707 | <blank> | <blank> | Andre Kuipers - getting ready to leave Star City (II) | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 2 | 15:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-12-07 17:06:39 | Eutelsat W3A@7degE\r\n\r\nTransponder F1 Channel H \r\nD/link freq:12573.1700 MHz Polarisation X/horizontal\r\nSymbol rate 5.632 FEC 3/4\r\nSignal: 9MHz MPEG2 4:2:0 DVB-S/QPSK clear audio PIDs open\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | After the final phase of preparation for the Expedition 30 mission to ISS; Andre Kuipers and his fellow crew members Oleg Kononenko and Don Pettit will depart the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre, Star City, tomorrow 8 December. \r\nBefore boarding their bus to Tchalovski airport, they will attend a short breakfast ceremony, visit the nearby Gagarin statue and give a final media Q&A session.\r\n\r\nThe live feed is expected to run approx 15 mins.\r\n\r\nFiles will be posted on the ESA TV ftp server as soon as possible after the feed.\r\n\r\n |
  491. | <blank> | 2011-10-19 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-10-19 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2709 | <blank> | <blank> | Latest on first Soyuz Galileo launch in French Guiana | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 17:15:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Galileo_IOV/index.html | 2 | 17:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-10-19 14:40:38 | Atlantic Bird 3 @ 5degW\r\nD/link freq: 12543 MHz\r\nPolarisation X (horizontal)\r\nSR: 27.5 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 PAL 16:9 SD mod DVB-s QPSK audio PIDs open\r\n4.5MHz signal labelled GCPE-1\r\nAudio layout: Ch 1 = FR, Ch 2 = English, Ch 3 = Russian, Ch 4 = Intl\r\n\r\nFor EBU/Eurovision subscribers; the feeds will also be available through EuroFeed and EuroLink - see your notifications for details.\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951.\r\n\r\n | <blank> | 00:00:00 | First Soyuz launch from Europes Space Port is scheduled for this Thursday, 20 October at 12:34 CEST (10:34 GMT, 07:34 local time). \r\n\r\nThe launch will be the first time that Russia's legendary Soyuz vehicle has ascended from European territory, adding a trusted workhorse to Europe's launchers family. \r\n\r\nRiding Soyuz will be the first two operational satellites in the Galileo constellation that will provide Europe with an independent global satellite navigation system. \r\n\r\nThis feed will include latest operations at the Guiana Space Centre for Soyuz with its tower retrieval on its pad, images of preparation of the Galileo satellites and interviews with Didier Faivre, ESA Navigation Programmes Director (in French and English), Jean-Yves Le Gall, Arianespace CEO (in French and English), Didier Coulon, ESA Soyuz Programme Manager (in French) and Giuliano Gatti, ESA Galileo team (in Italian).\r\n |
  492. | <blank> | 2011-10-13 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-10-14 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2710 | <blank> | <blank> | Soyuz transferred to new launch pad in Guiana | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 17:15:00 | <blank> | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Galileo_IOV/index.html | 2 | 17:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-10-14 21:58:50 | Atlantic Bird 3 @ 5degW\r\nD/link freq: 12543 MHz\r\nPolarisation X (horizontal)\r\nSR: 27.5 Ms/s\r\nFEC: 3/4\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 PAL 16:9 SD mod DVB-s QPSK audio PIDs open\r\n4.5MHz signal labelled GCPE-1\r\nAudio layout: Ch 1 = FR, Ch 2 = English, Ch 3 = Russian, Ch 4 = Intl\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: Dominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 or Chris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | <blank> | Operations are well under way for the first Soyuz launch scheduled on 20 October from its new site in Europe's Space Port in French Guiana.\r\n\r\nThis friday 14 October the launcher is being transferred from its Integration building to its launch pad. \r\nContrary to Baikonur a tower will cover the last operations with the mating of the Fregat Upperstage and the fairing protecting the two passengers.\r\n\r\nThis historical launch will orbit the two operational satellites of the Galileo constellation.\r\n\r\nThis feed will propose latest Soyuz campaign images with Roll ou and interviews of Jean,-Jacques Dordain, ESA Director General, Joel Barre, Director of Guiana Space Centre, Jean-Claude Garreau, Arianespace Soyuz Launch Operations Manager. |
  493. | <blank> | 2012-07-27 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-07-01 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2701 | <blank> | <blank> | Kuipers landing in Kazakhstan | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 20:15:00 | 17:30:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 3 | 04:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-07-02 12:04:07 | EUTELSAT 10A (EX W2A) 10 deg East\r\nTransmissions @ 0430, 0700 and 0800:\r\nTXP B5 Channel A (9MHZ)\r\nD/link freq: 11126.83 MHz POL X/horizontal\r\nSR: 5.632Ms/s FEC 3/4\r\nSig: PAL SD MPEG2 420 16:9\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK in clear\r\nMono audio - PIDs open\r\n\r\nTransmission at 1930: as above but\r\nChannel C @ D/l freq: 11144.83 MHz POL X/horizontal\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV team: \r\n\r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\n\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951\r\n | <blank> | 00:00:00 | None |
  494. | <blank> | 2012-03-21 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-03-22 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2702 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV : latest from Kourou | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 2 | 16:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-03-21 13:00:48 | EUTELSAT 10A (EX W2A) 10 deg East\r\nTXP B3 Channel 3M9 (9MHZ)\r\nD/link Fr: 11106.5 MHz POL X/horizontal\r\nSR: 6.6665Ms/s FEC 7/8, RoF 0.35\r\nSig: PAL SD MPEG2 420 16:9 DR:10.7514 Mbps\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK\r\nMono audio: 1=intl / 2=intl / 3=n/a / 4=n/a\r\nOR\r\nEUTELSAT 7A (EX W3A) 7 deg East\r\nTXP B4 Channel 4L6 (6MHZ)\r\nD/link Fr: 11096 MHz POL Y/vertical\r\nSR: 4.9373Ms/s FEC 3/4 RoF 0.2\r\nSig: PAL SD MPEG2 420 16:9 DR:10.7514 Mbps\r\nModulation: DVBS2/8PSK\r\nMono audio: 1=intl / 2=intl / 3=n/a / 4=n/a\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | ATV 3 lift off on top of Ariane 5 is scheduled this 23 March at 4h34 GMT from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana.\r\n \r\nThen ATV "Edoardo Amaldi" is planned to dock to the International Space Station on 28 March. \r\n\r\nThis B-roll shows Ariane roll out to its launch pad in Kourou. It includes interviews with ESA and Arianespace management.\r\n\r\nThe B-roll will be posted on the ESA TV ftp server as soon as possible after transmission. \r\n |
  495. | <blank> | 2012-03-21 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-03-23 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2704 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV 3 launch | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 3 | 04:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-03-21 13:06:04 | EUTELSAT 10A (EX W2A) 10 deg East\r\nTXP B3 Channel 3M9 (9MHZ)\r\nD/link Fr: 11106.5 MHz POL X/horizontal\r\nSR: 6.6665Ms/s FEC 7/8, RoF 0.35\r\nSig: PAL SD MPEG2 420 16:9 DR:10.7514 Mbps\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK\r\nMono audio: 1=Eng / 2=FR / 3=n/a / 4=atmo\r\nOR\r\nEUTELSAT 7A (EX W3A) 7 deg East\r\nTXP B4 Channel 4L6 (6MHZ)\r\nD/link Fr: 11096 MHz POL Y/vertical\r\nSR: 4.9373Ms/s FEC 3/4 RoF 0.2\r\nSig: PAL SD MPEG2 420 16:9 DR:10.7514 Mbps\r\nModulation: DVBS2/8PSK\r\nMono audio: 1=Eng / 2=FR / 3=n/a / 4=atmo\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | This friday 23 March ESA's third Automated Transfer Vehicle cargo ferry, Edoardo Amaldi, is planned for launch at 4:34 GMT on top of Ariane 5 from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou.\r\n\r\n \r\nLaunch will be covered live from Kourou for broadcasters, in cooperation with Arianespace.\r\n\r\nVideo Transmission will start 20 minutes before lift off and will cover all phases with ATV separation 1h03 after lift off and continue until ATV Solar Generators deployment 35 minutes later.\r\n\r\nLaunch highlights will be posted on the ESA TV ftp server as soon as possible after end of transmission.\r\n\r\n |
  496. | <blank> | 2011-12-22 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2011-12-23 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2705 | <blank> | <blank> | Live coverage of Expedition 30/PromISSe docking and hatch-opening | 16:9 SD | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 18:30:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/PromISSe/index.html | 3 | 14:45:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-12-22 13:47:52 | Eutelsat W2A@10degE\r\nTxp B1 Ch 3upper - 9 MHz\r\nD/link freq: 11014 polarisation X / horizontal\r\nSignal: MPEG2 4:2:0 SR 5.632 FEC 3/4 Mod DVB-S/QPSK mono audio 1=intl 2=commentary mix.\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV production team: \r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951. | <blank> | 00:00:00 | 22 December: after a perfect launch from Baikonur Cosmodrome at 17:16 GMT last night, Dutch ESA astronaut Andre Kuipers, American Don Pettit and Russian Oleg Kononenko are on their way in a Soyuz TMA spacecraft to the International Space Station.\r\n\r\nDocking is scheduled at 1520 GMT on Friday 23 December\r\n\r\nHatch opening and crew ingress is scheduled at 1800 GMT.\r\n\r\nESA TV will provide live coverage of the docking and ingress, with a break in transmission of approximately 2 hrs between the two events.\r\n\r\nHighlights will be posted on the ESA TV ftp server as soon as possible after the events.\r\n |
  497. | <blank> | 2012-10-11 00:00:00 | <blank> | 2012-10-12 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2802 | <blank> | <blank> | Galileo IOV Soyuz launch live | 16:9 SD | 2012-10-10 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | <blank> | <blank> | 22:25:00 | 00:00:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Galileo_IOV/ | 3 | 17:55:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-10-10 17:05:57 | Eutelsat 7A@ 7degE\r\n\r\nTxp B4 Channel 4D 6MHz\r\nD/link freq: 11060 MHz Pol Y/vertical\r\n16:9 PAL SD MPEG2 4:2:0 DR: 10.7514 Mb/s\r\nModulation: DVBS2/8PSK\r\nSR: 4.9373 FEC: \xbe\r\nAudio: 1:Eng / 2:Fr / 4:ambient\r\n\r\n\r\nEutelsat 10A@ 10degE\r\n\r\nTxp B4 Channel 4M 9Hz\r\nD/link freq: 11106.5 MHz Pol Y/vertical\r\n16:9 PAL SD MPEG2 4:2:0 DR: 10.7514 Mb/s\r\nModulation: DVBS/QPSK\r\nSR: 6.6665 FEC: 7/8\r\nAudio: 1:Eng / 2:FR / 4:ambient\r\n\r\n\r\nFor any inquiries regarding satellite or ftp reception please contact the ESA TV team: \r\n\r\nDominique Detain at dominique.detain@esa.int or + 33 685 114 681 \r\n\r\nChris Courtenay Taylor at chrisct@worldwidepictures.tv or + 44 7774 275 951\r\n | <blank> | 00:00:00 | Follow the launch of the 3rd and 4th Galileo satellites aboard Soyuz from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana. \r\n\r\nLift off is scheduled at 15h15 KRU / 18h15 GMT / 20h15 CEST\r\n\r\nVideo transmission will be in two parts (time in GMT)\r\n\r\n\r\n17h55 - 18h45 : Soyuz on its pad/ Lift Off and ascent\r\n\r\n21h25 - 22h25 : Fregat Burns / Satellites separation at 22h04/ Declarations\r\n\r\n\r\nLaunch highlights will be posted on ESA TV FTP as soon as possible after end of video transmission.\r\n\r\nThe satellite window will open with a test signal at 1630GMT\r\n\r\n |
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  503. | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-12-04 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2816 | <blank> | <blank> | Economy of Space | 16/9 HD | 2012-12-04 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:45:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | www.esa.int | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-11-28 12:25:05 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | Space is fully part of our daily life even though we are not always aware of it. \r\n\r\nSpace can now be considered as a true "economy" and is the source of jobs and innovations and the recent ESA Ministerial Council in Napoli cleary demonstrated that ESA can be a great tool to boost growth and competitiveness. \r\n\r\nDespite the difficult economic situation Ministers of Space from 20 ESA Member States decided to allocate more than 10 Billion € in space for the next years.\r\n\r\nThis video gives several example illustrating what are the economic and social benefits of space. |
  504. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/AMS_169_TV_07-06-10_wmplow.wmv | 2010-07-15 00:00:00 | EbS71747.doc | 2010-07-16 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2449 | <blank> | <blank> | AMS : searching the unknown | 16:9 | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/AMS_06072010/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-07-15 11:30:23 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | AMS - Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer- is a payload that will be attached to the International Space Station with a unique task: search the unknown, look at dark matter, hunt antimatter, in brief discover the invisible: what we can't see but still represents 90% of the universe.. \r\n\r\nESA is supporting this mission designed by Nobel laureate particle physicist Samuel Ting team with the participation of Institutes from 16 countries.\r\n\r\nAMS, mostly made in Europe, assembled at CERN and tested at ESTEC, is planned to be sent to the ISS by the Space Shuttle early next year. |
  505. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/AMS_antimatter_TV_03-02-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-04-04 00:00:00 | EbS76389.doc | 2011-04-05 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2513 | <blank> | <blank> | AMS to hunt antimatter | <blank> | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/AMS-Antimatter-02032011/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:50:00 | 16:20:00 | <blank> | http://www.ams02.org/ | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-04-04 18:05:06 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | Passenger of STS 134 Endeavour planned for launch this 29 April, AMS-02, the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer is hoped to bring new discoveries.\r\n\r\nESA astronaut Roberto Vittori will use the robotic arm to transfer it from the Shuttle cargo bay to the International Space station (ISS). \r\n\r\nDeveloped in Europe at CERN, near Geneva, AMS will be attached to the ISS and from this orbital outpost will observe antimatter and dark matter. \r\n\r\nThis unique cosmic rays detector will be ISS' largest scientific instrument. \r\n\r\nAMS could bring a revolution in our understanding of the physics of the universe. \r\n |
  506. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/AMS_ONE_YEAR_web_06-14-12_wmplow.wmv | 2012-06-18 00:00:00 | EbS86119.doc | 2012-06-19 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2625 | <blank> | <blank> | AMS one year on orbit | ESA TV Exchange | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/AMS-One-Year-11062012/ | <blank> | 0 | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/AMS-One-Year-14062012/ | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-06-18 12:51:23 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | It's been more than a year since AMS, the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometre, was launched by the Space Shuttle and attached to the International Space Station with the support of ESA astronaut Roberto Vittori. \r\n\r\nAMS is the largest ISS' scientific instrument. It is a cosmic rays detector developed in Europe at CERN, near Geneva, to observe antimatter and dark matter. \r\n\r\nThis video explains what AMS is doing from its outpost in space.\r\n\r\nThis A & B Roll includes interviews with Nobel Prize Laureate Samuel Ting, AMS Principal Scientist (in English) and Roberto Battiston, AMS Project deputy (in Italian). |
  507. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/Art_and_science_TV_11-25-10_wmplow.wmv | 2011-05-02 00:00:00 | EbS77185.doc | 2011-05-03 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2517 | <blank> | <blank> | Science and Science Fiction | <blank> | <blank> | ftp:/esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/Art-Science-25112010/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-02 10:59:56 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | The frontiers between art, science and science fiction have always been imprecise. In many ways there are both opposed and closely related. To such an extent that engineers can now draw inspiration from the works of artists and writers of science fiction. \r\n\r\nThis A & B-roll report illustrates this interaction with an experimental art exhibition by Ken Rinaldo at a museum in Switzerland and a conversation with British science fiction author Alastair Reynolds. Interviews are in English and French.\r\n |
  508. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATV2_ASSET_TV_02-07-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-02-10 00:00:00 | EbS75257.doc | 2011-02-11 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2487 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV key asset for ESA' s Human Spaceflight programme | <blank> | <blank> | http://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/ATV-2-27012011/ASSET/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:40:00 | 16:10:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-05-05 15:05:58 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | Johannes Kepler, the second European spacecraft to the International Space Station is now ready for launch in Kourou, Europes spaceport. \r\n\r\nJohannes Kepler is the first production unit of the ATV, automated transport vehicles, following on from the highly successful first flight model Jules Verne in 20089. After the retirement of the US Space Shuttle, it will become the largest vehicle supplying the ISS.\r\n\r\nWith ATV Europe's operates a key pillar in the ISS logistics and shows its expertise among the international partnership of the ISS. \r\n\r\nThis story recalls the role of ATV for the ISS in the perspective of the ESA Human Spaceflight programme.\r\n\r\nIt includes an interview with Simonetta Di Pippo, ESA Director of Human Spaceflight. \r\n |
  509. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATV2_DOCKED_TV_03-07-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-03-09 00:00:00 | EbS76010.doc | 2011-03-10 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2501 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV 2 delivers | <blank> | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/ATV2-Docked-07032011/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-03-09 14:31:07 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TRANSMISSIONS WILL BE on EBS+ (2nd channel) \r\n\r\nAfter the joy of seeing the ATV Johannes Kepler successfully rendezvous with the International Space Station on 24 February, the ISS astronauts have been unloading Europe's space freighter. One of the first things they searched for was food and particularly the pizzas! Now docked to the ISS for several months, the ATV has already reboosted the orbital complex once and will do so again several times before leaving. \r\n\r\nThis A & B-Roll recalls the key moments of the docking and has exclusive video of the astronauts' discovering the inside of the ATV. It features interviews with Nico Dettman, ESA Head of ATV Programme Production at ESA, the European Space Agency's Director General Jean-Jacques Dordain and other key players of the Johannes Kepler mission. Interviews are in English, German, French and Swedish.\r\n |
  510. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATV2_ISS_TV_02-01-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-02-07 00:00:00 | EbS75255.doc | 2011-02-08 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2485 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV, ESA and ISS | ESA TV Exchange | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/ATV-2-ISS-01022011/ATV2_ISS_ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:45:00 | 17:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-02-17 12:22:54 | <blank> | <blank> | 17:00:00 | |
  511. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATV3_CARGO_AROLL_WEB_03-01-12_wmplow.wmv | 2012-03-01 00:00:00 | EbS83481.doc | 2012-03-02 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2609 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV-3 CARGO : the World's largest spacecraft | <blank> | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/ATV3/ATV3_CARGO | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:45:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-03-01 15:14:52 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | On 9th March, Ariane-5 will be making its first flight of the year. An exceptional one with as its payload the biggest and heaviest spacecraft in the world, Europe's Automated Transfer Vehicle. The Edoardo Amaldi is the third ATV to be launched, carrying once again a record amount of freight and propellants to the International Space Station. It is due to dock with the ISS on March 19th and stay attached to the orbital outpost until late August.\r\n\r\nThis A & B-Roll details the cargo on board including interviews with Massimo Cislaghi, ESA's ATV-3 Mission Manager, and Andr\xe9 Kuipers ESA astronaut on the ISS. Interviews are in English and French |
  512. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATV3_DOCKING_PREVIEW_WEB_03-23-12_wmplow.wmv | 2012-03-24 00:00:00 | EbS84099.doc | 2012-03-26 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2616 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV 3 : explanation on docking | ESA TV Exchanges | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/ATV3/2012-03-23-DOCKING-PREVIEW/ATV3_DOCKING_PREVIEW | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 10:00:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 09:45:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-03-26 10:21:12 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | Europe's space freighter is on its way to the International Space Station. Since its launch this 23 March, the Edoardo Amaldi spacecraft, the third in a series, has been fully checked out, and has started the orbital manoeuvres required to reach the ISS. \r\n\r\nThis A and B-Roll previews the rendezvous and docking phases of the flight, leading up to the mating with the orbital complex scheduled for March 28 at 22h32 GMT.\r\n\r\nIt includes interviews with Patrice Bennaroche, head of Operations for CNES at the ATV Control Centre in Toulouse, his counterpart from ESA Kris Capelle, Adam William ESA Flight Director for the mission, and Massimo Cislaghi, ATV-3 Mission Manager. Interviews are in English and French.\r\n\r\n |
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  520. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATV3_launch_wrap_WEB_03-26-12_wmplow.wmv | 2012-03-26 00:00:00 | EbS84100.doc | 2012-03-27 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2617 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV 3 on its way to ISS | SD 16:9 | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/ATV3/2012-03-26-LAUNCH-WRAP/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 08:15:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 08:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-03-26 17:46:53 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | ESAs ATV Edoardo Amaldi lifted off from Europes Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, on 23 March on an Ariane 5 launcher, operated by Arianespace. It is currently heading towards the International Space Station.\r\n \r\n\r\nThe Automated Transfer Vehicle, the most complex spacecraft ever produced in Europe, will deliver essential supplies to the orbital outpost. It will also reboost the Space Stations orbit while it is attached for about five months. \r\n\r\n \r\nATV Edoardo Amaldi is the third in a series of five supply ships developed in Europe to fulfil its obligation towards the exploitation costs of the Station. \r\nThis vessel is the first to have been processed and launched within the target rate of one per year\r\n |
  521. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATV3_wrapup_WEB_09-20-12_wmplow.wmv | 2012-09-24 00:00:00 | EbS88103.doc | 2012-09-25 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 6 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV 3 Mission overview before re entry | <blank> | 2012-09-26 00:00:00 | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/ATV3-Wrapup-20092012/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:55:00 | 15:25:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2012-09-24 17:04:10 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | After 5 months attached to the International Space Station, ESA's Automated Transfer Vehicle will plunge into the atmosphere over the South Pacific during the night of 25 to 26 September. \r\n\r\nThe Eduardo Amaldi mission was the third flight of this space freighter resupplying and servicing the orbital complex. \r\nFor ESA and its international partners all the mission objectives - and more - were fully achieved and thoughts have now immediately turned to the next ATV flight in spring next year. \r\n\r\nThis A & B-Roll describes the key moments of the mission sinced it launch from Kourou last March.\r\n |
  522. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATVCC_TV_en_02-14-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-02-17 00:00:00 | EbS75581.doc | 2011-02-18 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2491 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV Control Centre | ESA TV Exchanges | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/ATVCC-14022011/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:45:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/export/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-02-23 12:45:43 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | |
  523. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATV_deorbit_TV_06-07-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-06-10 00:00:00 | EbS77787.doc | 2011-06-14 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2535 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV Re entry scenario | ESA TV News | <blank> | http://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/ATV-Deorbit-08062011/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:45:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-06-09 11:52:02 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | Having docked on the 24 February and after practically four months attached to the International Space Station, Europes Automated Transfer Vehicle is set to leave. \r\n\r\nOn June 20, the Johannes Kepler will undock and plunge into the Earths atmosphere in a precisely controlled re-entry. Most of the spacecraft, filled with refuse and material no longer required in the ISS, will burn up in the dense layers of the atmosphere over the South Pacific. \r\n\r\nThis A & B-Roll describes the very precise operations leading to the separation from the ISS and the feelings of leading members of the Johannes Kepler mission, including ESA's ATV-2 Programme Manager Nico Dettmann (in English & German), Kris Capelle ATV-2 Lead Mission Director, ESA (IN English, French & Flemish), and Martial Vanhove, Head of the ATV Control Centre, CNES (in French). |
  524. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATV_DOCKING_ENG_TV_02-17-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-02-21 00:00:00 | EbS75582.doc | 2011-02-22 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2492 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV docking preparation | ESA TV Exchanges | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/ATV-Docking-17022011/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:45:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/export/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-03-03 16:38:40 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | |
  525. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATV_review_TV_06-08-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-06-16 00:00:00 | EbS77788.doc | 2011-06-17 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2540 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV Mission review | ESA TV Exchanges | <blank> | http://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/ATV-Review-08062011/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-06-09 11:53:14 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | After practically four months attached to the International Space Station, Europe's Automated Transfer Vehicle will plunge into the atmosphere over the South Pacific on 20 June. \r\n\r\nThe Johannes Kepler mission was the second flight of this space freighter resupplying and servicing the orbital complex. For ESA and its international partners all the mission objectives - and more - were fully achieved and thoughts have now immediately turned to the next ATV flight early next year.\r\n\r\nThis A & B-Roll describes the key moments of the mission, including two occasions when the Johannes Kepler serviced the orbital complex in ways that were totally unplanned. \r\n\r\nIt includes interviews with ESA's ATV-2 Programme Manager Nico Dettmann (in English & German), Kris Capelle ATV-2 Lead Mission Director, ESA (In English), Martial Vanhove, Head of the ATV Control Centre in Toulouse, CNES (in French) and Isabelle Escan\xe9, ATV-2 Flight Director, CNES.\r\n |
  526. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/ATV_TECH_TV_06-29-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-07-14 00:00:00 | EbS78810.doc | 2011-07-15 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2545 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV technologies for future projects | ESA TV Exchanges | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/ATV-Tech-29062011/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-07-07 14:29:07 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | |
  527. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/BEPICOLOMBO_TV_01-10-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-01-17 00:00:00 | EbS74911.doc | 2011-01-18 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2479 | <blank> | <blank> | Test for Bepi Colombo, mission to Mercury | ESA TV EXchanges | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/BepiColombo-10012011/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:30:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | http://sci.esa.int/science-e/www/area/index.cfm?fareaid=30 | 1 | 07:15:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-01-17 15:18:38 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | |
  528. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/BepiColumbo_TV_10-27-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-11-07 00:00:00 | EbS80482.doc | 2011-11-08 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2578 | <blank> | <blank> | Heat tests for Bepi-Colombo | 16:9, SD | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/BepiColumbo-27102011/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:45:00 | 17:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaSC/120391_index_0_m.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-11-07 17:38:34 | <blank> | <blank> | 17:00:00 | 7.30 GMT : TRANSMISSION ON EBS+ (GREEN CHANNEL) \r\n17.00 GMT : TRANSMISSION ON EBS (BLUE CHANNEL)\r\n\r\nESA's mission to Mercury started its long test campaign when the European Mercury Planetary Orbiter felt the heat of the sun for the first time in ESAs large Space Simulator at ESTEC in The Netherlands. The results were excellent with the radiator, venetian blinds and multilayer insulation performing exactly as expected. A few heat leaks were identified that will require design modifications but this is exactly why ESA do such important tests. So as with most ESA space exploration missions Bepi Colombo will drive technologies that will no doubt find other applications while fulfilling its intended role in further investigating the mysteries of our solar system. |
  529. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/Cansat_169_TV_10-27-10_wmplow.wmv | 2011-03-31 00:00:00 | EbS73382.doc | 2011-04-01 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2506 | <blank> | <blank> | Can Sat: learning on satellites | ESA TV EXchange | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/CanSat-27102010/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Education/SEMYYTBV34G_0.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-03-31 11:37:27 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | ESA wants to inspire young people to pursue careers in the field of science and therefore is supporting several initiatives. \r\n\r\nFor example the Can Sat competition which was organised in Andoya Rocket Base in Norway: for this first european event students had to design satellites that must fit in a soda can.\r\n \r\nTeams of high-school students from all over Europe took part in this competition. |
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  537. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/cargo_tv_01-27-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-02-02 00:00:00 | EbS75254.doc | 2011-02-03 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2484 | <blank> | <blank> | ATV-2 Europe's heaviest spacecraft | ESA TV Exchange | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/ATV-2-27012011/cargo | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:45:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/index.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-02-21 12:48:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | In two weeks, on the 15 February, ESA will be making history, launching its heaviest spacecraft. Ariane 5 will be carrying ATV-2, Europe's Automated Transfer Vehicle, its space freighter for the International Space Station. Named after the German mathematician and astronomer Johannes Kepler, the ATV-2 is the first in a series of regular missions, after the inaugural flight of the Jules Verne in 2008.\r\n\r\nThis A & B-Roll details why the Johannes Kepler is 600 kg heavier than the Jules Verne, describes the cargo that it carries and the late cargo access which is being used for the first time. It includes interviews with Nico Dettmann, ATV Program Manager at ESA and his colleague Charlotte Beskow, ATV-2 deputy Mission Manager. Interviews are in English and German.\r\n\r\nA french WMV version of the A-Roll can be viewed on :\r\n\r\nhttp://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/cargo_aroll_fr_01-28-11_wmplow.wmv |
  538. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/Climate_Change_Initiative_TV_09-24-10_wmplow.wmv | 2010-09-27 00:00:00 | EbS72326.doc | 2010-09-28 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2456 | <blank> | <blank> | Climate Change Initiative | <blank> | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/Climate-Change-Initiative-24092010/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:50:00 | 15:20:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaEO/SEMTLZ2VQUD_planet_0.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-09-27 15:36:35 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | As European satellites continue to monitor our planet, ESA has launched a new six-year programme with an overall approach to climate change. \r\n\r\nThe Climate Change Initiative is federating scientists expert in satellite observations, climate analysis and climate modelling. Together they will offer governments and international organisations a long-term robust and consistent global data set to help them plan measures to safeguard our future on Earth. \r\n\r\nThis A and B-roll presents the new programme and includes interviews with Mark Doherty, Head of the Applications & Services Division of ESA's Earth Observation Directorate and several leading scientists in the field of climate change. \r\n\r\nInterviews are in English, French, German and Spanish. |
  539. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/climate_future_tv_04-20-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-11-21 00:00:00 | EbS81123.doc | 2011-11-22 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2580 | <blank> | <blank> | The Climate, the future | <blank> | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/climate_future | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:48:00 | 16:18:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaEO/index.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-11-21 15:06:59 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | From 28 November to 9 December the United Nations Climate Change Conference will be held in Durban, South Africa, bringing together representatives of the world's governments, international organizations and civil society. \r\n\r\nThe discussions will seek solutions to face the potential dangers of climate change, following previous global climate summits. \r\n\r\nThe world's decision makers now benefit from the data gathered by satellites orbiting our planet and in particular European Space Agency's fleet dedicated to Earth Observation, collecting information on every variable that affects Earths climate and helping getting the overall picture like assembling pieces of a giant puzzle. \r\n\r\nThis A- & B-Roll recalls what space can bring to our understanding of climate change. \r\n |
  540. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/Climat_TV_11-30-10_wmplow.wmv | 2010-12-02 00:00:00 | EbS74297.doc | 2010-12-03 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2468 | <blank> | <blank> | Climate Change: satellites can help | ESA TVExchanges | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/Climate-30112010/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:45:00 | 16:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Space_for_our_climate/index.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-12-01 10:20:00 | <blank> | <blank> | 16:00:00 | |
  541. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/CLUSTER_169_TV_08-30-10_wmplow.wmv | <blank> | EbS72063.doc | 2010-09-01 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2451 | <blank> | <blank> | Cluster: understanding interaction between Sun and Earth | ESA TV Exchange | <blank> | http://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/Cluster-30082010 | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:47:00 | 15:17:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaSC/120383_index_0_m.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2010-08-31 18:06:38 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | "Cluster's Decade understanding Space Weather"\r\n\r\nDuring the past decade, four satellites have provided extraordinary insights into the Sun's largely invisible interaction with the Earth. \r\n\r\nThe European Space Agency's Cluster mission, launched in July and August 2000, has given 3D-pictures of the solar wind that bathes our planet, particles that generate the magnificent polar aurora and often threaten satellites and power systems on the ground.\r\n\r\nThis A & B-Roll recaps on the Cluster mission, its essential discoveries and focuses particularly on the importance of its data for space weather analysis and predictions. \r\n\r\nThis includes interviews in English and franch- with Eamonn Daly, Head of Space Environments and Effects Department at ESA and the ESA Cluster Mission Manager Philippe Escoubet. \r\n |
  542. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/CRYOSAT_USERS_TV_05-31-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-06-22 00:00:00 | EbS78236.doc | 2011-06-23 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2539 | <blank> | <blank> | CryoSat accuracy key to users | ESA TV News | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/Cryosat-01062011/CRYOSAT_USERS_ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:55:00 | 15:25:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaLP/LPcryosat.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-06-22 15:24:32 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | |
  543. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/CRYOSAT_VALIDATION_TV_05-31-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-06-21 00:00:00 | EbS78235.doc | 2011-06-22 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2538 | <blank> | <blank> | CryoSat Ground validation campaign | ESA TV News | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/Cryosat-01062011/CRYOSAT_VAL | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:00:00 | 15:30:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaLP/LPcryosat.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-06-21 12:58:19 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | |
  544. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/CRYOSAT_VNR_TV_05-31-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-06-20 00:00:00 | EbS78234.doc | 2011-06-21 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2537 | <blank> | <blank> | CryoSat : Earth explorers and Greenland | ESA TV News | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/Cryosat-01062011/CRYOSAT_VNR | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:56:00 | 15:26:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaEO/SEM9JP2VQUD_index_0_m.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-06-20 15:30:29 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | |
  545. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/demining_TV_sd_11-08-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-11-14 00:00:00 | EbS80994.doc | 2011-11-15 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2579 | <blank> | <blank> | Satellites to help demining | <blank> | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/Demining-08112011/ | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 07:45:00 | 18:45:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaTE/SEMDHGKTYRF_index_0.html | 1 | 07:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-11-14 10:29:25 | <blank> | <blank> | 18:30:00 | Landmines and explosives continue to disrupt lives and kill long after conflict situations have ended. This is the case in at least 70 countries around the world. \r\n\r\nThe Mine Action community attempts to reduce the number of victims and return land to people for agriculture and everyday life.\r\n\r\nEuropean Space Agency is willing to develop new services that meet actual needs in many domains by integrating different satellite applications. \r\n\r\nTo support demining ESA was asked to develop services to improve the efficiency of setting mine action priorities, risk assessment and demining. \r\n\r\nBy complementing existing mine action techniques, with imagery from Earth Observation and Satellite Navigation, resources can be put where they are most needed.\r\n\r\nWhat ESA calls integrated applications combines existing techniques to make a brand-new approach to demining. \r\n\r\nThis video story shows the example of Hadzici, an area near Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. |
  546. | http://esatv-movies.e-vision.nl/videos/mplo/EGNOS_TV_06-17-11_wmplow.wmv | 2011-09-12 00:00:00 | EbS79194.doc | 2011-09-13 00:00:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2553 | <blank> | <blank> | Satellite Navigation in Europe | ESA TV Exchanges | <blank> | ftp://esa.contentcoders.com/mpeg2/EGNOS-17062011 | <blank> | 0 | <blank> | <blank> | 06:45:00 | 15:15:00 | <blank> | http://www.esa.int/esaNA/index.html | 1 | 06:30:00 | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | <blank> | 2011-09-08 11:17:51 | <blank> | <blank> | 15:00:00 | Next October the first satellites of the Galileo constellation will be launched by a Soyuz rocket from French Guyane. \r\n\r\nThis will mark the beginning of the In Orbit Validation phase for Galileo, the European positionning system. \r\n\r\nThe definition phase and the development and In-Orbit Validation phase of the Galileo programme were carried out by the European Space Agency (ESA) and co-funded by ESA and the European Community. \r\n\r\nThe Full Operational Capability phase of the Galileo programme is managed and fully funded by the European Commission. \r\nThe Commission and ESA have signed a delegation agreement by which ESA acts as design and procurement agent on behalf of the Commission.\r\n\r\nWhile preparing Galileo Europe already provides navigation services with EGNOS, the European Geostationnary Navigation Overlay System mainly dedicated to Air traffic Management.\r\n\r\nThis story explains the current status of Europe in Satellite Navigation. |
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