The European Space Agency (ESA) has recently released an application dedicated to anyone interested to keep up with the latest orbital tracks for ESA missions, or missions with significant ESA participation. The widget is available here and the switch between displays can be made by clicking on the blue name icon.
Missions that Romania is involved in, such as Sentinel-1A, CLUSTER,SWARM, Cryosat and the International Space Station (ISS) - which is also the default track - are available as well.
Update 11.02.2015: IXV completed its research flight. The vehicle separated from Vega at an altitude of 348 km and continued up to 413 km, then it recorded a vast amount of data from more than 300 advanced and conventional sensors while reentering from this suborbital path. IXV flew a flawless reentry and splashed down in the Pacific Ocean just west of the Galapagos islands. Flotation balloons are now keeping IXV afloat while the recovery vessel hurries to pick it up. It will be returned to Europe for detailed analysis in ESA's technical centre, ESTEC, in the Netherlands.
Romanian delegation at the fifty-second session of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of UN-COPUOS
The Romanian delegation led by Dr. Marius-Ioan Piso, President of the Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) and Dr. Dumitru Prunariu (ROSA), and composed of Dr. Alexandru Badea (ROSA), Dr. Dumitru Hasegan (Institute of Space Science), Dr. Mirel Birlan (Astronomical Institute of the Romanian Academy) and Ms. Oana Neagu (ROSA), is taking part at the fifty-second session of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS), held at the United Nations Office at Vienna, Austria, during 2-13 February 2015.
The initial results from seven of Rosetta’s 11 science instruments based on measurements made during the approach to and soon after arriving at Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko in August 2014 reveal a remarkable array of comet’s surface features, therefore painting a complex picture of its evolution. Many of the vital statistics of the dual-lobed comet were measured: the small lobe measures 2.6 × 2.3 × 1.8 km and the large lobe 4.1 × 3.3 × 1.8 km.