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Space age solar car -Proba / ESA TV Footage / 10-10-2001

By SpaceRef Editor
October 9, 2001
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The next transmission of the ESA TV Service will be:

10-Oct-01 11:00 – 12:00 GMT

Space age solar car -Proba

ESA TV Footage

Background information on the transmission:

This weeks ESA TV Footage programme consists of a re-transmission of the SOlar Car VNR and this weeks Exchange Transmission on Proba.

**Please note the different satellite channel below**

1) Space Age Solar Car

11;00-11:15 GMT

This programme features a revolutionary concept car moulded from space plastics is on its way from the Netherlands to the World Solar Challenge, a race for solar-powered vehicles across Australia, taking place in November.

The 5-minute A-roll contains split audio with an English guide track and is complemented by a longer B-roll with clean international sound. The is on-line as a PDF document under http://television.esa.int/photos/EbS21650.pdf
A preview-Real stream of the A-roll is on-line under: http://esa.capcave.com:8080/ramgen/solarcar2_03102001_high.rm

2)Proba

11:15-11:30 GMT

This programme presents PROBA, one of the tiniest ESA spacecraft ever built which is paving the way for future satellites of global proportions. The PROBA launch is currently scheduled for 18 October 2001.

The 5-minute A-roll contains split audio with an English guide track and is complemented by a longer B-roll with clean international sound. The is on-line as a PDF document under http://television.esa.int/photos/EbS21724.pdf

A preview-Real stream of the A-roll will be on-line as of the morning of 9 October 2001 under http://esa.capcave.com:8080/ramgen/proba_08102001_low.rm

More background information can be found on .

Transmission details:Eutelsat W1 at 10 degrees East

Transponder B5, horizontal, dig channel 3 (MPEG-2 4:2:0)

F=11153 MHz, SR=5.632 MS/sec, FEC=3/4

For further information, visit our website at http://television.esa.int. For other enquires, contact Claus Habfast, Tel +31 71 565 3838, Fax +31 71 565 6340, e-mail [email protected]

SpaceRef staff editor.