Gallery - Proba-2
|Some Diagrams and Instrument Photos
|SWAP Active Pixel Sensor Detector
|Assembly, Integration and Verification (AIV)
|The PROBA-2 spacecraft at the QuinetiQ cleanroom in 2009. The four reaction wheels and the interface unit are nicely visible.
|Launch and Commissioning
|PROBA2 experienced several planetary transits since launch. On 5 June 2012, Venus moved inside the field-of-view of the SWAP camera and resulting in interesting exposures. On the left, one can see a first contact image and a full movie is available on click.
Several solar eclipses has been observed in the past years. A full description of the interpretation of these eclipse movies is available.
On the right is a movie of the eclipse on 1 June 2011
The eclipse from 3 November 2013 on the left and right
|A collection of eclipse movies ...
|Filament Eruption Views
|Comet Lovejoy observed by Proba-2 in December 2011.
|M2.5 solar flare eruption on 7 June 2011
|Beautiful post-flare arcade (15/10/2014)
|SWAP and LYRA animation of flaring activities on 18 Cctober 2010.