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The astronomy world is abuzz today because of ESA's announcement of the first release of data from the Gaia mission. Gaia is a five-year mission that will eventually measure the positions and motions of billions of stars; this first...
The European Space Agency (ESA) launched the Gaia spacecraft in 2013 with the aim of creating the most complete map ever of the Milky Way galaxy and other nearby objects. It began observing […]
The Gaia stargazer launched from French Guiana en route to an orbit 932,000 miles from Earth. (Credit: ESA) The Milky Way is about to be seen in a whole new way. The European Space Agency has successfully launched its Gaia satellite...
European Space Agency releases first data from Gaia star mapping mission.