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10.01.2017
Lunar Exploration Updated

ESA's Interactive Guide to the Moon. Credit: ESA

Updated Lunar Exploration Website

The European Space Agency (ESA) has released an update of their Interactive Guide to the Moon following work by Design & Data.

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15.12.2016
Creative Commons Licensing for Videos

The Creative Commons logo. Credit: Creative Commons

Creative Commons Licensing for Videos

For the first time, in a production for ESA, we are sharing a video under a Creative Commons licence. In particular we are releasing it under the so-called “NoDerivatives” version of the licence, ported for use by intergovernmental organisations (IGOs) including ESA, referred to in short as CC BY-ND 3.0 IGO.

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06.07.2016
Material Labs

Credit: ESA

Behind-the-scenes at ESA’s Material Labs

Have you ever wanted to find out how ESA’s missions are made space-worthy? In a new series of videos we produced for ESA, follow the “real CSI” for space as we take a close-up look at ESA’s Materials & Electrical Components Laboratory. See how these “space detectives” solve real scientific problems with materials to ensure issues do not occur on future space missions.

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01.03.2014
Rosetta

Rosetta Illustration

The journey of the satellite Rosetta

The story of the satellite “Rosetta” and the lander “Philae” sounds like a fairy tale. Once upon a time, both of them embark on a journey to the far away comet „67P/Tschurjumow-Gerassimenko“. They want to show the world what the primordial matter of the solar system is like. But before they could actually arrive at the comet, they fell into a deep sleep. All is well, because the satellite could wake up on time to prepare for its impending task. Design & Data produced a charming cartoon for the ESA which describes the previous journey of Rosetta and her companion Philae.

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02.05.2016
ESA’s Interactive Guide to the Moon

ESA’s Interactive Guide to the Moon

ESA’s Interactive Guide to the Moon

As the European Space Agency (ESA) sets its sights for the Moon, it has just released a new area of its website dedicated to our closest neighbour. Developed by Design & Data together with ESA, it presents an interactive web guide to “the why and how of lunar exploration”.

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31.03.2016

CAP Journal Rosetta Special – Rosetta Cartoon Series

The latest issue of the CAP Journal has been released, dedicated to the communication and outreach that surround the Rosetta mission. It features an article on the Rosetta cartoon series, co-authored by Design & Data’s Sebastian Marcu and Carlo Palazzari in collaboration with ESA.

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04.11.2015

Livestreaming at TEDxESA

The first TEDxESA event will take place on 11 November 2015 at ESTEC, the technology and engineering centre of the European Space Agency (ESA). Design & Data will provide the livestreaming of the event to the general public.

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04.06.2015
Rosetta & Philae will be available as a plush version!

Rosetta & Philae will be available as a plush version!

Snuggle with Rosetta and Philae!

Our two space heroes are now available to pre-order as a soft, cuddly toy!

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24.09.2012
German Space Exhibition

German Space Exhibition

ISS-documentary for Space Exibition

For the German Space Exhibition in Morgenröthe-Rautenkranz, Design & Data created a 30-minute film documentary about the International Space Station ISS.
It shows the elaborate preparations necessary for the start of a carrier rocket, the astronauts‘ training and their daily life in space. All of this shown with exciting, fascinating video footage from the ESA archive.

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31.08.2012
What do you know about space?

What do you know about space?

Space Science Series in Production

We are currently producing a 10-part web video series for ESA. In each episode of this series, we ask one knowledge question on the topic of outer space. In the two-minute films of the series we ask one question each. Then, we show different people stating their opinion. Afterwards, we answer the question correctly and explain it. It’s fun watching the people answering, because you are sure you wouldn’t know the answer either in front of a camera.

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