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3, 2, 1…Lift-off for REXUS 2619 March 2019
3, 2, 1…Lift-off for REXUS 2619 March 2019 The Esrange Space Centre’s PA system called out across the frozen Swedish forest, marking the start of a journey to the edge of space for four intrepid student experiments!
Watch the Climate Detectives webinar12 March 2019
Watch the Climate Detectives webinar12 March 2019 Learn more about Earth's climate in this engaging webinar by Dr Natalie Douglas. Natalie was invited by ESA to talk to the students participating in the Climate Detectives project and help them understand what lies beneath climate change.
Call for the 2019 ESA ELGRA Gravity Related Research Summer School 11 March 2019 ESA's Education Office and the European Low Gravity Research Association (ELGRA) are joining hands again for the organisation of the fourth edition of the ESA/ELGRA Gravity-Related Research Summer School, which will take place between&...
Apply now for the second edition of the ESA Academy’s Introduction to Space Law Training Course!05 March 2019 From the smallest student CubeSat to the largest space endeavours such as the International Space Station, all space activities are regulated by space law.
REXUS 23 Launched!05 March 2019
REXUS 23 Launched!05 March 2019 Yesterday the REXUS 23 sounding rocket was launched from Esrange Space Centre in Northern Sweden, hoisting an assembly of student-built experiments to the edge of space!
Plants on Mars - Build an automatic plant watering system | Teach with space T0926 February 2019 Subjects: Programming, Design, Electronics, Fluid Physics| Students will explore technology used in space through the Arduino tool. They will build an automatic watering system that measures soil humidity and waters a plant accordingly. The basi...