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14.01

Update 15 January 2015: NASA states that no signs of ammonia have been detected. The crew opened the hatch to the U.S. segment and returned inside on 14 January at 22:05 Romania time, following the meeting of the International Space Station mission management team, including all of the station Partners. Further details are available here.

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08.01

A bright light followed by a loud noise was recorded on the Romanian sky at 3:05 am on the night between 6 and 7 January, and it was observed mainly in the southeastern area of the country. The phenomenon was recorded by surveillance cameras in several cities.

Based on the data correlated to date by the Romanian Space Agency, by contacting both the Inspectorate for Emergency Situations,

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06.01

Marius-Ioan Piso, President of the Romanian Space Agency (ROSA), will be a featured speaker at the 31st Space Symposium, the single most important event to link government, military and industry on both a national and international basis.

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24.12

The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) wishes you Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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24.12

The space community is celebrating the 35th anniversary of the first Ariane flight, on 24 December 1979, which made the ambition of European access to space a reality.

Ariane, a reward for the combined efforts of the institutional and industrial actors – local, national and intergovernmental alike, has symbolised for nearly four decades the successful pooling of the capabilities of the Member States of Europe’s space organisations.

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