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30.04

With its 30+ EU-owned satellites, the EU Space Programme, notably through its Earth Observation component, Copernicus, and its satellite navigation system, Galileo, offers free and open data information that can help monitor and potentially mitigate the impact against the coronavirus outbreak. You will find below a list of examples of how elements of the EU Space Programme have helped fight against the pandemic:

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30.04

Romanian company RISE has developed an app called CovTrack which can let you know whether you have been in contact with somebody confirmed with Covid-19. The app works by monitoring the persons made identifiable via Bluetooth connections to your mobile phone and storing the identification data of these devices.

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11.04

The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) together with the Interinstitutional Security R&D and Innovation Group (GI-CDIS), and representatives of the Ministry of Health have launched a set of projects, aimed at obtaining quick results, to assist the population and the relevant bodies to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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09.04

Controllers at ESA’s mission control centre are preparing for a gravity - assist flyby of the European - Japanese Mercury explorer BepiColombo.

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09.04

The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) is inviting companies to submit proposals to the Copernicus Masters 2020 competition, awarding innovative solutions, developments and ideas that use Earth observation data to tackle challenges faced by business and society. The deadline for applications is 30 June 2020.

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