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Inspiring European teachers to bring space in the classroom15 July 2015 From 8 to 10 July, more than 100 primary and secondary school teachers from 18 ESA Member States took part in the ESA Summer Teachers Workshop at ESA’s Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk, the Netherlands, where they learned how...
Student satellite wins green light for Station deployment14 July 2015 Following more than a year of intense effort channelled into a 10 cm box, the first of ESA’s student satellites to be released from the International Space Station has been accepted for launch.
Winners of the European CanSat 2015 competition finals29 June 2015 Nobody said it was going to be easy and for one hundred students representing 16 teams from 14 different ESA member states, last week was the European CanSat competition finals – the culmination of a long and arduous journey into the world of space ex...
High-altitude student experiments wanted29 June 2015
High-altitude student experiments wanted29 June 2015 The Swedish National Space Board (SNSB) and the German Space Agency (DLR) in collaboration with ESA are again offering university students the chance to send their experiments into the stratosphere or mesosphere. The REXUS/BEXUS (Rocket/Balloon Experi...
Winners of the 2015 CanSat European Competition29 June 2015
Winners of the 2015 CanSat European Competition29 June 2015 The 2015 CanSat European Competition took place last weekend in Santa Cruz Air Field in Portugal. It was an intense and exciting launch campaign for the 16 secondary school student teams.
2015 CanSat Competition about to start24 June 2015
2015 CanSat Competition about to start24 June 2015 This year’s European Cansat Competition kicks off tomorrow, 25 June. The launch campaign will be hosted at the Santa Cruz Air Field in Portugal.