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Belgian Teenagers run Microgravity Experiment at ESTEC16 April 2014 Eleven Belgian teenagers recently made a special visit to ESA’s European space research and technology centre, ESTEC, in The Netherlands. Their visit was to use a unique facility that simulates the microgravity conditions of outer space.
ESA brings space to Polish classrooms 14 April 2014
ESA brings space to Polish classrooms 14 April 2014 On Friday, 11 April, ESA announced the establishment of the European Space Education Resource Office (ESERO) in Poland. The special launch event, hosted by the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw, coincided with a day dedicated to ESA and...
Student teams announced for Spin and Drop Your Thesis!07 April 2014 Five student teams have been selected for the 2014 Spin Your Thesis! and Drop Your Thesis! programmes. These unique opportunities allow students to run their experiments in world-class gravitational facilities. The data contributes to their syllabus,...
Space Solutions University Challenge 201431 March 2014
Space Solutions University Challenge 201431 March 2014 The Space Solutions University Challenge is an initiative of ESA's Technology Transfer Programme Office to give European students the opportunity to work with ESA on non-space applications based on the Agency’s intellectual property portfolio.
The experiment that came in from the cold21 March 2014
The experiment that came in from the cold21 March 2014 A lost student experiment has been found in the arctic circle by Swedish reindeer hunters. The return of Suaineadh, which tested a deployable structure in space, means that thousands of images and reams of data thought lost can now be analysed to show...
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.