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Space lands in the classroom - ESERO Germany takes off!

May 17, 2018
ESA

The new ESERO Germany office was formally inaugurated yesterday, 16 May 2018, at the Bochum Planetarium.

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Fly me to the Moon: students use Concurrent Engineering to design lunar mission!

May 09, 2018
ESA

Concurrent Engineering is a novel approach where multiple subsystems are designed simultaneously, potentially leading to huge efficiency savings. ESA see this as a valuable tool, so from 1 – 4 May 2018 ESA hosted again an Educational Concurrent Engineering Workshop to introduce the technique to the engineers and scientists of tomorrow.

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Astro Pi: Mission Space Lab teams receive their experiment data straight from the ISS!

May 09, 2018
ESA

ESA, in collaboration with the Raspberry Pi Foundation, is delighted to announce that 116 school student teams have received the data collected from their exciting space experiments on board the International Space Station (ISS)!

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Challenges of space debris tackled by university students in pioneering new course

May 03, 2018
ESA

ESA’s Education and Space Debris Offices have combined forces to pilot a new and innovative educational experience: the Space Debris Training Course 2018. The goal was to introduce university students to the growing problem of space debris, and what can be done about it.

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Spin Your Thesis! 2019 open for proposals

April 23, 2018
ESA

Sometimes it’s good to get into a spin. Particularly if you are a student wanting to run a hyper-gravity experiment. For the tenth year, ESA Education Office is open to submissions for its Spin Your Thesis! programme. 

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Drop Your Thesis! 2019 open for proposals

April 20, 2018
ESA

Imagine dropping your experiment and watching helplessly as it falls 120 metres to the floor below. Accident? Disaster? Not at all. This is ESA’s Drop Your Thesis! programme and it is all in the name of science. 

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