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‘History of the Universe’ resource for primary teachers & new Paxi animation released!

January 21, 2015
ESA

ESA Education is proud to release two new resources for primary school level.

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Conclusion of SPHERES Zero Robotics 2014 challenge

January 19, 2015
ESA

Inspired by ESA’s Rosetta mission and the upcoming NASA OSIRIS-Rex mission, Zero Robotics finalists were given the task to simulate imaging a virtual asteroid on the International Space Station last Friday. Secondary-school students from across Europe controlled miniature satellites on the International Space Station in a competition to get the best images.

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Dr Niamh Shaw discussing the importance of Space Exploration and Our Place in Space

January 14, 2015
ESERO Ireland

Dr. Niamh Shaw from Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) discusses the importance of space exploration and our place in space with Lucy Kennedy and Martin King on Late Lunch Live.

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Second Space Station Robot Challenge to launch

January 13, 2015
ESA

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.

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Teams for the 2015 european cansat competition selected!

December 19, 2014
ESA

ESA Education is happy to announce the names of the six 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 12 winning teams of national CanSat competitions for an unforgettable experience.

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ESA Summer workshop for teachers 2015: Save the date!

December 19, 2014
ESA

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.

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