Cebreros Station

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ESTRACK station at Cebreros, Spain

Cebreros Station (also known as DSA 2 or Deep Space Antenna 2) is a European Space Agency, ESTRACK radio antenna station for communication with spacecraft, located about 10 km east of Cebreros and 90 km from Madrid, Spain, operated by the European Space Operations Centre and INTA. A 35-metre diameter antenna that receives in X- and Ka-bands is located at the site. Station code is "CEB".

It provides daily support to Lisa Pathfinder, Mars Express and Gaia.[1]

It also provided support for Rosetta.

Two sister stations are New Norcia Station in Australia, and Malargüe Station in Argentina.


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Coordinates: 40°27′10″N 4°22′03″W / 40.4528°N 4.3676°W / 40.4528; -4.3676