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Cansat competition successfully completed17 June 2014
Cansat competition successfully completed17 June 2014 The 2014 European Cansat Competition reached a successful conclusion on 5 June, after five days of intense activity. This year, nine teams of high school students from six ESA Member States and five teams who had won their national competitions, parti...
REXUS/BEXUS programme now open again for university student proposals16 June 2014 The Swedish National Space Board (SNSB) and the German Space Agency (DLR) are again offering university students the chance to send their experiments into the stratosphere or mesosphere. The Rocket/Balloon Experiments for University Students (REXUS/BE...
Mission accomplished for REXUS 15 & 16 student experiments10 June 2014 This year’s Rocket Experiments for University Students (REXUS) campaign has been completed. Eight student experiments reached the stratosphere on two rockets. Now the hard work of analysing the results begins.
Student experiments take to the skies with REXUS 15 and 1622 May 2014 Almost fifty University students will take part in the latest REXUS launch campaign. Based at the SSC Esrange Space Center, northern Sweden, the students will use the next two weeks to ready their experiments and then launch them into the stratosphere.
Apprentices sought for satnav summer school21 May 2014
Apprentices sought for satnav summer school21 May 2014 Students still have time to join the ESA International Summer School on GNSS, taking place in the Czech Republic this July. The 10-day course will cover all aspects of satellite navigation, up to and including the creation of a satnav-based business.
From melting ice cream to hypergravity experiments at ESA16 May 2014 It started with a bowl of ice cream and ended with a hypergravity experiment at one of ESA’s world-leading research establishments. Two high-school students captured time-lapse movies of ice cubes melting in different gravitational forces as part of t...