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The European Space Agency
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European Space Agency (ESA) Portal European Space Agency (ESA) Portal
The European Space Agency is Europe's premier space agency. This site offers a number of excellent resources to both teachers and students. Learn about some of the exciting programs happening within the ESA!
Education at the European Space Agency Education at the European Space Agency
Education is a big focus for the European Space Agency, and they offer some great programs and services to teachers and students alike, including a Teacher's Corner and a Kids Section!
ESA's Multimedia Gallery ESA's Multimedia Gallery
The European Space Agency also offers a vast multimedia gallery. Look at images of deep space, see tons of videos about ESA missions, watch many animations, and much more! There is something for all!

Other References From the European Space Agency:

ESA : 30 Years in Pictures
The ESA celebrated its 30th Anniversary by launching a picture slideshow of the History of the European Space Agency. Look through images and see how the ESA has grown to what it is today!

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