ESA Euronews: Gaia?s revolution in astronomy
Astronomy is undergoing a revolution with the release of precision data on 1.7 billion stars in our galaxy from the Gaia space telescope. We head to the historic Observatory of Paris and ESA’s ESTEC base in the Netherlands to find out more.
It’s fair to say that science has been waiting for centuries, or even millennia for such a detailed survey of the Milky Way, and right now star-gazers are swamped with fresh, high-quality data that they can use to answer every question about the galaxy they ever wanted to ask.
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Thumbnail looks like the guy's doing wing chun
Everything in motion. No matter how cold or hot it is. Incredible!
3:14 Timo Prusti looks a bit like Brad Pitt 😛
I don?t understand why they can?t reclaim old space equip, but willingly launch a car into space and have built a gazillion degree freezer on the ISS.
Really looking forward to what new discoveries will be made with the help of Gaia! Lots of love from Cologne, Germany
EWW voice-over. Let the man speak and text it please.
Apple laptopy, that is embarrassing .
A terrific mission! Congratulations!
I realy want to work at ESA as a astronomer
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