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Applications requested for Drop Your Thesis! 201508 September 2014
Applications requested for Drop Your Thesis! 201508 September 2014 ESA’s Education Office is offering university students a new opportunity to perform a microgravity related experiment, using the ZARM drop tower in Germany.
Proposals sought for edge-of-space experiments04 September 2014
Proposals sought for edge-of-space experiments04 September 2014 There is still time to enter proposals for the next round of University student experiments to be sent to the edge of space. The German/Swedish REXUS/BEXUS programme is accepting submissions until 13th October 2014.
Alpbach Summer School produces Venus Mission Concepts02 September 2014
Alpbach Summer School produces Venus Mission Concepts02 September 2014 Mission concepts to study why Earth and Venus are so similar yet so different have been chosen for further study by the European Space Agency. No big thing for a space agency you might think. But what’s special about these concepts is that they have b...
Hypergravity proposals requested for Spin Your Thesis! 201501 September 2014
Hypergravity proposals requested for Spin Your Thesis! 201501 September 2014 The ESA Education Office is issuing a call to university students who want to take advantage of next year’s opportunity to conduct hypergravity experiments.
New videos for the classroom to celebrate the successful launch of ATV-531 July 2014 Following the exciting launch of the 5th Automated Transfer Vehicle, ESA Education is proud to present a series of new educational videos that secondary school teachers will be able to use in their classroom to illustrate curricular physics and chemis...
ESA’s Summer workshop for teachers brings space into the classroom once again29 July 2014 The annual ESA Summer Workshop for teachers hosted at ESA’s European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk, the Netherlands, took place last week. From 21 to 25 July, 40 teachers from 17 ESA Member States were shown various methods...