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The Astronomical Institute of the Romanian Academy and the Astronomical Observatory in Cluj-Napoca together with international partners - the Institute of Celestial Mechanics and Ephemerides Calculation at the Paris Observatory, Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes from the Canary Islands and the InfraRed Telescope Facility in Hawaii - initiated and ran observational campaigns devoted to the study of asteroid 2004 BL86. 

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With the new Earth observation satellites carrying a range of technologies such as radar and multispectral imaging instruments for land, ocean and atmospheric monitoring, data are available for the next 20–30 years. Therefore, ESA is focused on training the next-generation scientist through the Land and Atmosphere Training Courses.

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Agenția Spațială Română (ROSA), în calitate de organizație coordonatoare a Programului de Cercetare, Dezvoltare și Inovare pentru Tehnologie Spațială și Cercetare Avansată - STAR, program aprobat în baza Legii nr. 262/2011 pentru ratificarea acordului României cu Agenția Spațială Europeană (ESA) și a Deciziei Președintelui A.N.C.S. nr. 9031 din 23.02.2012, supune dezbaterii publice,

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Dr. Marius-Ioan Piso, President and CEO of the Romanian Space Agency (ROSA), was elected as chairman of the Social Sciences section of the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) - Section 4, comprising heads of space agencies, personalities in space law, management, diplomacy, economics, history and other societal domains related to space.

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Update 16.09.2015: Galileo satellites 9 and 10 are functioning perfectly, and the initial series of flight operations is continuing as part of LEOP – the critical launch and early orbit phase.

On 11 September, at 04:08 CEST (5:08 GMT), Soyuz rocket was launched carrying onboard Galileo satellites number 9 and 10.

The recording of the event can be viewed here.