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Kick-off Zero Robotics tournament 201503 September 2015
Kick-off Zero Robotics tournament 201503 September 2015 The Zero Robotics Upper Secondary School Tournament 2015 is about to start! Follow the kick-off event on 12 September at 19:00 CEST (17:00 GMT), via a live webcast accessible at zerorobotics.mit.edu. If you haven't done so already, you can still regis...
Hypergravity proposals requested for Spin Your Thesis! 201628 August 2015 ESA’s Education Office is once again offering university students the opportunity to perform gravity-related experiments in hypergravity, using the Large Diameter Centrifuge at ESTEC, Netherlands.
Applications requested for Drop Your Thesis! 201628 August 2015
Applications requested for Drop Your Thesis! 201628 August 2015 ESA’s Education Office is offering university students an opportunity to perform a microgravity related experiment using the ZARM drop tower in Germany.
Student CubeSat successfully launched19 August 2015
Student CubeSat successfully launched19 August 2015 ESA Education’s first student CubeSat destined to be deployed from the International Space Station was successfully launched today from Tanegashima Space Center in Japan. At 11:50.49 GMT, JAXA’s HTV-5 “Kontouri 5”spacecraft left Earth carr...
Student satellite soon to take off to International Space Station14 August 2015 A very special week is about to begin for approximately 30 students from Aalborg University, in Denmark, as their satellite - AAUSAT5 - waits to be launched to the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday 19 August*.
Survey in Preparation of Future Educational Cubesat Initiatives11 August 2015 In order to prepare future initiatives for educational CubeSats, ESA’s Education Office would like to invite the university student CubeSat community from ESA’s Member and Cooperating States to fill out a survey on their ongoing CubeSat projects. The...