Extended life for ESA's science missions; JUICE: A testing time for RIME; Announcement: Request For Information - Lunar Exploration Campaign Science and Technology Payloads

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MISSION NEWS AS OF WEDNESDAY 14 NOVEMBER 2018
+ EXTENDED LIFE FOR ESA'S SCIENCE MISSIONS
ESA's Science Programme Committee (SPC) has confirmed the continued operations of ten scientific missions in the Agency's fleet up to 2022.
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+ #3: A TESTING TIME FOR RIME
In September, ESA engineers put a scale model of JUICE's RIME antenna -Radar for Icy Moons Exploration- through its paces at ESA's technical centre in The Netherlands. RIME is an ice-penetrating radar that will be used to remotely probe the subsurface structure of the large moons of Jupiter.
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ANNOUNCEMENT
+ REQUEST FOR INFORMATION - LUNAR EXPLORATION CAMPAIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PAYLOADS
ESA is releasing this Request For Information (RFI) to gather information on European payloads that could be contributed to a possible lunar mission campaign implemented within the framework of the European Space Exploration Envelope Programme (E3P). Responses to this RFI should be received by 24:00 CET, 15 December 2018.
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