Great success during the 2015 CanSat Teacher Workshop05 February 2015
Great success during the 2015 CanSat Teacher Workshop05 February 2015 The 2015 CanSat Teacher Workshop took place last week at ESA’s European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk, the Netherlands.
‘History of the Universe’ resource for primary teachers & new Paxi animation released!21 January 2015 ESA Education is proud to release two new resources for primary school level. The first resource is a teacher guide with pupil activities for children aged 8-12 focusing on the History of the Universe. Through a series of linked activities, pupils wi...
Second Space Station Robot Challenge to launch13 January 2015
Second Space Station Robot Challenge to launch13 January 2015 A space robotics competition opens today for school students. The aim is to design a robot that can move cargo from one end of an International Space Station (ISS) mock-up to another.
Teams for the 2015 european cansat competition selected!19 December 2014
Teams for the 2015 european cansat competition selected!19 December 2014 ESA Education is happy to announce the names of the seven teams selected for the 2015 European CanSat Competition, which will take place in Portugal from 25 to 28 June 2015. The selected teams will join the 10 winning teams of national CanSat competit...
ESA Summer workshop for teachers 2015: Save the date!19 December 2014
ESA Summer workshop for teachers 2015: Save the date!19 December 2014 ESA is organising its 6th Teachers’ Summer Workshop at ESTEC, the Netherlands, from 8 to 10 July 2015. The workshop is open to both primary and secondary school teachers. Save the date in your diary! Subscriptions will open in February 2015.
Establishing new CanSat national competitions09 December 2014
Establishing new CanSat national competitions09 December 2014 Are you interested in organising a space-related national competition for secondary school students? Would you like to inspire the new generation through a hands-on activity which transforms a soft drinks can into a satellite?