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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.
So you want to drive a spacecraft?16 August 2016
So you want to drive a spacecraft?16 August 2016 ESA’s Education Office is organising a four day course at the ESA Academy that will take 22 university students into the fascinating world of spacecraft operations. The course will show how different ‘driving’ a spacecraft is from designing it.
Students at Alpbach summer school design space satellite missions to observe the global water cycle 27 July 2016 Fifty-eight students from eighteen of ESA’s 22 Member States attended the 2016 Alpbach Summer School held in the beautiful Austrian Tyrol from 12 to 21 July. This 40th anniversary edition was dedicated to ‘Satellite Observations of the Global Water Cy...
ESA once again brings European teachers to ‘space classrooms’ at ESTEC13 July 2016 Last week, 80 European teachers had the opportunity to attend a special workshop that highlighted the major areas of space science and technology. These teachers now have an important mission - to bring this information back into the classroom, where...
Calling all university students interested in designing space missions10 June 2016 The ESA Academy Training and Learning Programme is offering a new opportunity to European students who are interested in learning how ESA is assessing technical and financial feasibility of future space missions and new spacecraft missions. ESA’s Educ...