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University students complete the 2nd ESEO In-Flight Experience Workshop

November 18, 2021
ESA
Building on the legacy of the ESEO mission, 45 Master’s and PhD students recently participated in the 2ndESEO In-Flight Experience workshop. Read More »

LPS 2022 Climate Detectives School Award

November 11, 2021
ESA
Join the Climate Detectives School project and win the opportunity to present your project at the ESA Living Planet Symposium (LPS) 2022 in Bonn, Germany, like real scientists! Read More »

Phase D for Fly Your Satellite! third-cycle kicks off with online workshop

November 09, 2021
ESA
Over 100 students from three teams of the third Fly Your Satellite! cycle – AcubeSAT (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece), SOURCE (University of Stuttgart, Germany), and UCAnFly (University of Cádiz, Spain) – have successfully completed their Phase D workshop. Held between 18 and 22 October 2021, the workshop was fully online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Read More »

Team OSCAR-QUBE awarded the Hans von Muldau Team Award at IAC

November 09, 2021
ESA
The student team OSCAR-QUBE, who currently have their diamond-based quantum magnetometer aboard the International Space Station (ISS) as part of the Orbit Your Thesis! (OYT!) programme, was awarded the Hans von Muldau Team Award at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) 2021 in Dubai.  Read More »

Orbit Your Thesis! 3 Call For Proposals

November 02, 2021
ESA
The Orbit Your Thesis! (OYT!) programme from ESA Academy offers bachelors, masters, and PhD students the opportunity to design, build, test, and operate their own experiment aboard the International Space Station (ISS). The experiment is to operate within the ICECubes facility in the Columbus module, where it can operate for upwards of four months in microgravity.   Read More »

Fly Your Thesis! 2021 campaign wrapped up

November 01, 2021
ESA
Over the last two weeks, the 77th ESA Parabolic Flight Campaign operated by Novespace took place in Bordeaux, France. A total of nine experiments were on board of the Airbus A310 AirZeroG, and three of them had been conceived by student teams in the framework of ESA Academy’s Fly Your Thesis! (FYT!) programme.  Read More »