The systems of ESTCube-1, Estonia's first satellite, started functioning well and the satellite's first seven days in space have been more successful than expected, the satellite team said.
Three Estonian entries will be shown in the "Atlas of the Unbuilt World" exhibition, which is part of the London Festival of Architecture set to take place in June.
The international consulting firm Quacquarelli Symonds last week published its list of the world's top 200 universities in 30 separate fields of study, with the University of Tartu being named twice.
The berthing of the cruise ship Astor in Tallinn's Old City Harbour last week officially kicked off the summer cruise season, with a total of 328 ship visits scheduled.
Estonia's first satellite, ESTCube-1, was rocketed off to orbit the Earth on Tuesday, 7 May at 05:06, after strong winds had caused setbacks, postponing the initial planned launch date on Saturday.
"Let's Do It!" organisers say the annual event on Saturday, 4 May turned out 1 522 initiatives and 36 270 volunteers in Estonia.
Toomas Hendrik Ilves
President of Estonia