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BEXUS 22 and 23 successfully launched 12 October 2016
BEXUS 22 and 23 successfully launched 12 October 2016 Last week forty-five students participating in the Rocket and Balloon Experiments for University Students (REXUS/BEXUS) programme had the fantastic opportunity to see their experiments launched into space!
ESA teaches students space design techniques05 October 2016
ESA teaches students space design techniques05 October 2016 High-tech and nature came together perfectly from 20 to 23 September 2016. 22 University students from 15 different European countries joined forces at the ESA Academy - Training and Learning Centre in ESA Redu Centre, Belgium during the Concurrent En...
European Astro Pi Challenge: Code your ISS experiment - more details04 October 2016 ESA is inviting teams of students who are 16 years old and younger to join the first European Astro Pi challenge and have their experiments run on the International Space Station! Take this opportunity to learn about science and coding, just like spac...
ESA looking for students for its new 'Fly a Rocket!' programme03 October 2016 ESA is calling on first and second year university students with an interest in space to put themselves forward for a unique project to 'Fly a Rocket!'.
ESA wants students to get into a spin22 June 2016
ESA wants students to get into a spin22 June 2016 Sometimes it’s good to get into a spin. Particularly if you are a student wanting to run a hyper-gravity experiment. For the eighth year, ESA’s Education Office is open to submissions for its Spin Your Thesis! programme.
Zero Robotics Secondary School Tournament 2016 to launch25 August 2016
Zero Robotics Secondary School Tournament 2016 to launch25 August 2016 Code, play and command your space droid – students across Europe can bring a squadron of minisatellites to life on the International Space Station as the ultimate space robot game.