Highlights

A selection of latest happenings at EJR-Quartz.

Sean BlairSean Blair
  24 March 2017

Space missions: What’s in a name?

There’s a brand new Sentinel! The steady growth in numbers of Europe’s flotilla of environmental-monitoring satellites can only sound like […]

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Karin Ranero CeliusKarin Ranero Celius
  6 December 2016

OUT NOW: DLRmagazine issue 151/152

The latest English-language issue of the DLRmagazine (issue 151/152) is now available! DLRmagazin is the quarterly publication of the German Aerospace […]

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Laylan SaadaldinLaylan Saadaldin
  17 November 2016

Cycling to space with Julien Harrod

Here at EJR-Quartz we are tremendously proud of our team. They are talented and creative individuals who know their stuff […]

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Lisa GuilpainLisa Guilpain
  3 November 2016

Lights, camera, action! DexROV hits M18

The DexROV consortium got together in Brussels for the mid-term review this month. Partners demonstrated their progress, confirming that the project is […]

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Laylan SaadaldinLaylan Saadaldin
  14 October 2016

ExoMars is Coming to (Martian) Town

Hot on the heels of the Rosetta comet landing, we are back at ESA Operations in Darmstadt, Germany, this time […]

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Laylan SaadaldinLaylan Saadaldin
  22 September 2016

Rosetta: the epic conclusion

Extra, extra! You may have already heard all about it: Rosetta is nearing the end of its operational mission and […]

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Karin Ranero CeliusKarin Ranero Celius
  18 August 2016

A comet, an orbiter and a lander in Berlin

Rosetta and Philae: two spacecraft that made history; Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, a comet explored from orbit and from the surface. To […]

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Karin Ranero CeliusKarin Ranero Celius
  28 July 2016

Say goodbye to Philae

12 November 2014 – a remarkable day for humankind.  For the first time ever, we landed a robot on the […]

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Lisa GuilpainLisa Guilpain
  18 March 2016

DexROV

We are the communication and dissemination partner for DexROV, a project to make underwater operations easier and more flexible through […]

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Emily BaldwinEmily Baldwin
  15 February 2016

Landing on a comet

On 12 November, the robotic lander Philae separated from the comet-chaser Rosetta and descended onto the surface comet 67P, and […]

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Karin Ranero CeliusKarin Ranero Celius
  24 January 2016

German Aerospace Center (DLR)

EJR-Quartz provides editorial services for the DLR Portal English language pages. DLR relaunched its Portal in 2005 and started to […]

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