Welcome to the Orion blog!
This blog is operated by the European Space Agency (ESA) as an unofficial and in-depth source of information for the general public, media and anyone interested in the Orion European Service Module. It evolved from the Automated Transfer Vehicle blog and aims to continue in its style.
It is updated by editors from the ESA Web team with input from mission controllers, Orion project experts, engineers, scientists and senior managers at ESA and our partners and other ESA establishments.
The team here will certainly do their best to get you the latest information on the current Orion mission as soon as possible!
Nonetheless, the Orion blog is provided strictly on an unofficial, best-effort basis and ESA makes no warranty that the information, news, comments or opinions published in this blog are confirmed, accurate, official or in any way reflect the formal policies of the European Space Agency or our partners.
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We welcome your comments, feedback and questions – you’ll find the comment box at the foot of every blog post. We’ll do our best to answer your questions within a reasonable amount of time, however we cannot guarantee that all questions will be answered. Comments may be edited for clarity or length.
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Off-topic comments and queries or any comment that is deemed inappropriate by the editors will be deleted.