Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Invader invades the European Space Operation Centre in Darmstadt, Germany

French artist Invader recently installed some of his iconic mosaic artwrosk at ESA establishments all over Europe and even on the International Space Station. The latest invasion took place at European Space Operation Centre in Darmstadt, Germany with the brilliant Pacman solar system. series.

French artist Invader recently installed some of his iconic mosaic artwrosk at ESA establishments all over Europe and even on the International Space Station.
The latest invasion took place at European Space Operation Centre in Darmstadt, Germany with the brilliant Pacman solar system. series.
The European Space Operations Centre ensures the smooth working of spacecraft in orbit. Its control rooms, linked to ground stations all over the world, track and control satellites, and carry out payload operations and routine systems monitoring.
After ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti found a space invader called ‘Space2’ in the Columbus space laboratory, the space-themed art has appeared at the European Astronaut Centre in Cologne, Germany and at ESA’s Redu Centre in Belgium, where satellites are controlled and tested as part of ESA’s ground station network.
Mission control believes Invader will organise more invasions and activate aliens at other ESA establishments throughout the year so check back with us soon for the latest updates from space!








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