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Rockets, balloons and snow castles14 March 2014
Rockets, balloons and snow castles14 March 2014 Eighty-five students have taken part in a training week at the SSC Esrange Space Centre in Kiruna, Sweden. It is from there that they will launch their experiments on high-altitude balloons and sounding rockets later this year and next.
Planetary formation insights thanks to Dustbrothers students11 March 2014 New insights into the formation of planets are promised thanks to an experiment conducted under ESA’s Fly Your Thesis! programme.
Student opportunities for IAC 201404 March 2014
Student opportunities for IAC 201404 March 2014 ESA's Education Office offers European students the opportunity to attend the International Astronautical Congress (IAC). This year’s IAC will be held from 29 September – 3 October in Toronto, Canada.
ESA Summer Workshop for Teachers 201403 March 2014
ESA Summer Workshop for Teachers 201403 March 2014 This year ESA is once again organising a summer workshop for secondary school teachers of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related subjects. The workshop will be held at ESA’s European Space Research and Technology Centre...
Students investigate Saturn’s secrets in Cassini competition03 March 2014 The Cassini-Huygens mission has made important and exciting discoveries, often accompanied by amazing images, since arriving at the Saturnian system a decade ago. The scientific targets of Cassini – the planet, its moons and rings - are the inspiratio...
University teams selected for phase 2 of ‘Fly Your Satellite!’28 February 2014
University teams selected for phase 2 of ‘Fly Your Satellite!’28 February 2014 Now the testing can really begin! Three teams of university students have taken a step closer to their dream of flying their satellite in space. A board of ESA experts has selected small satellites from Belgium, Italy and Denmark to proceed to testing...