JUICE’s RIME antenna breaks free

JUICE’s RIME antenna breaks free

More than three weeks after efforts began to deploy JUICE’s ice-penetrating Radar for Icy Moons Exploration (RIME) antenna, the 16-metre-long boom has finally escaped its mounting bracket. The images below were taken by MCSE’s JUICE Monitoring Camera. ©...
JUICE’s wriggling RIME antenna

JUICE’s wriggling RIME antenna

JUICE’s stuck but moving RIME antenna is captured by MCSE’s Juice Monitoring Camera on board the spacecraft. This animation shows the radar’s movements in five photos taken across 17–21 April, as teams on Earth work through steps in Juice’s deployment.In order,...
JUICE’s longest antenna

JUICE’s longest antenna

Image taken by MCSE’s monitoring camera 2 on board ESA’s JUICE mission to Jupiter, placed to monitor the multi-stage deployment of the 16 m-long Radar for Icy Moons Exploration (RIME) antenna. RIME is an ice-penetrating radar that will be used to remotely probe...
JUICE gets wings

JUICE gets wings

Images taken by MCSE’s monitoring camera 1 on board ESA’s JUICE mission to Jupiter, capturing the rotation of the solar arrays during their deployment after launch on 14 April. © ESA/Juice/JMC CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO Featured on ESA website...
JUICE leaves Earth

JUICE leaves Earth

Images taken by MCSE’s monitoring camera 1 on board ESA’s JUICE mission to Jupiter. The images were taken by  at 14:18 CEST and at 14:38 CEST, following launch at 14:14 CEST. © ESA/Juice/JMC CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO Featured on ESA website...
The Earth from GEO

The Earth from GEO

Eutelsat HotBird sees the Earth from geostationary orbit at 36,000 km, thanks to MCSE’s camera. This image has been collected thanks to Airbus, Eutelsat, CNES and ESA...
Eutelsat HotBird 13F selfie

Eutelsat HotBird 13F selfie

Eutelsat HotBird 13F telecom satellite seflie taken by MCSE’s camera from geostationary orbit, with the Earth in the field of view. This image has been collected thanks to Airbus, Eutelsat, CNES and ESA...
ClearSpace-1 Advances to Next Phase

ClearSpace-1 Advances to Next Phase

Micro-Cameras & Space Exploration is proud to be part of the ClearSpace-1 team which has successfully passed a key review.We will supply all the cameras of the ADRIOS debris removal mission, an important and critical element to meet the mission objective in the...