ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet with the winning teams of the Student Aerospace Challengeat the ESA Pavilion, on 23 June 2017, during the Paris Air and Space Show.
Awards ceremony for winning teams of the Student Aerospace Challenge, an annual competition that allows university students to participate in studies for a reusable manned suborbital vehicle. This is divided into 11 work packages: Aerodynamics and Flight control, Structure, Propulsion, Innovative architecture, Cabin layout (except electronic devices), Onboard systems, Spaceport, Communication, Economical aspects, Legal aspects and Medical aspects. Students have the opportunity to create a team, put their knowledge into practice by working on a specific work package and enjoy an original experience which brings them closer to the aerospace sector. Selected teams had around five months to work on their projects and submit a report. They presented their projects to the partners of this challenge and the best presentations will be rewarded at this ceremony.