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AstroLands Academy with I-LOFAR

June 28, 2021
ESERO Ireland

Think you might be interested in studying something to do with space at University? We have a #summercamp for you!

16 & 17th August, Ages 16–18.

Visit for more details and to apply.

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Congratulations to the 2021-2022 Climate Detectives teams

June 28, 2022
More than 90 teams from 14 ESA Member States and Canada successfully concluded their journey as Climate Detectives and shared their findings on the project’s platform. The ESA Education team would like to thank all the students and teachers who participated this school year for their amazing work!  Read More »

Amazing teams at the 2022 European CanSat Competition!

June 27, 2022
Last week (20-25 June), 25 teams from 21 ESA Member States and four Associate States gathered in the town of Castel San Pietro Terme, Bologna, Italy to participate in the European CanSat competition 2022! There were more than 200 participants at the event, including jury members and staff members.  Read More »

Meet the ESA Teach with Space Experts

June 23, 2022
Learn something new with leading space experts during the ESA Teach with Space Online Conference. Hear from the people working in cutting-edge fields, from space travel to the Moon to cleaning up space debris.   Read More »

The names for the new Astro Pi computers can now be revealed!

June 23, 2022
ESA Education, in collaboration with the Raspberry Pi Foundation, is excited to announce the successful deployment of 17,168 young people’s programs aboard the International Space Station (ISS) for the European Astro Pi Challenge 2021/22! We can now reveal the names of the two new and upgraded Astro Pi computers, chosen by Astro Pi Mission Zero participants.  Read More »

Live from Space: students and teachers have a special call with Samantha

June 21, 2022
On Tuesday 14 June, teachers and students from Italy, Portugal and Luxembourg had the opportunity to talk live with Italian ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti who is currently onboard the International Space Station (ISS) for her Minerva mission. Read More »