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2016 European CanSat competition winners30 June 2016
2016 European CanSat competition winners30 June 2016 Nobody said it was going to be easy. But after four days of non-stop competition between brilliant student teams, the ENTA SAT2 team from Portugal emerged as the winners of the 2016 European CanSat competition. URSinvestigators team from Germany and C...
ESERO officially opens in Austria, too22 June 2016
ESERO officially opens in Austria, too22 June 2016 Following the recent expansion of ESA’s European Space Education Resource Offices (ESEROs) to several other European countries, a new ESERO Office has also been officially inaugurated today in Austria.
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.
Design, build then drop your experiment!20 June 2016
Design, build then drop your experiment!20 June 2016 Imagine dropping your experiment and watching helplessly as it falls 120 metres to the floor below. Accident? Disaster? Not at all. This is ESA’s Drop Your Thesis! programme and it is all in the name of science.
Fly Your Satellite! teams now really go to work15 June 2016
Fly Your Satellite! teams now really go to work15 June 2016 For the students taking part in the ESA Education Office’s Fly Your Satellite! programme, the launch of their CubeSats marked the beginning of their missions. Now that the miniature satellites are in orbit, the teams are learning what it really means...
Student dreams can fly to the edge of space13 June 2016
Student dreams can fly to the edge of space13 June 2016 ESA’s Education Office is helping to offer university students the chance to collaborate on a unique ‘space’ project that culminates in working in Sweden’s spectacular arctic landscape.