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You still have a chance to participate in the Drop Your Thesis! 2015 programme10 December 2014 Are you a university student who dreams of using a world-class gravitational facility for experiments? If yes then ESA’s Education Office wants to hear from you.
Establishing new CanSat national competitions09 December 2014
Establishing new CanSat national competitions09 December 2014 Are you interested in organising a space-related national competition for secondary school students? Would you like to inspire the new generation through a hands-on activity which transforms a soft drinks can into a satellite?
CubeSats take a bumpy ride before going to space27 November 2014
CubeSats take a bumpy ride before going to space27 November 2014 Two satellites chosen by the Fly Your Satellite! programme have undergone vibration testing at the European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk, the Netherlands. The tests have provided important information that the teams can no...
New docking system tested during ESA Drop Your Thesis! Campaign18 November 2014
New docking system tested during ESA Drop Your Thesis! Campaign18 November 2014 A new docking system for future spacecraft has been tested at the ZARM Drop Tower facility of Bremen University, Germany. Five master students from the University of Padova, Italy, prepared and performed microgravity experiments with the help of ZARM...
Rosetta at the comet! Teach with Rosetta14 November 2014
Rosetta at the comet! Teach with Rosetta14 November 2014 Help your students become the next generation of scientists: use 'Teach with Rosetta'.
Download the first Rosetta-related teaching resource for primary level11 November 2014 This teaching resource, targeted at children between the ages of 8 and 11, will accompany them during their discovery of our Solar System. Guided by their teacher, the children will learn about the Sun, the eight planets, as well as many smaller...