Hosted by CNES (the French space agency) on their stand, CSU took part in the Toulouse Space Show from 26th to 28th June. The show is an important meeting point for the space sector industrialists of 46 countries. On the stand our students were always ready to answer questions and build up new contacts. Muriel represented us during the launch of the Interreg SUDOE program (https://www.interreg-sudoe.eu/gbr/home). This program encourages international collaboration around nanosatellites projects between countries of South Europe. CSU will lead a work group involving Spanish, Portugese and French universities. We were also happy to welcome a new founding member within the Van Allen Foundation, the Assystem company which specializes in energy and digital solutions.
ROBUSTA-1B, 1 year in space!
Happy anniversary ROBUSTA-1B!!!
All our friends, supports and students gathered at the CSU on 19th June to celebrate R1B’s first year in orbit and share a cake bearing the mission logo. After one year in space ROBUSTA is still sending some valuable scientific data without giving any sign of weakness.
Congratulations Camille and Thomas!
Our interns Camille Cambon, today a PhD student with the LMGC laboratory and Thomas Falanga who is completing a degree at Nimes Polytechnic, have both been congratulated by ESA for taking part in the CELESTA CDR (Critical Design Review) within the Fly your Satellite program. Well done team !
Astronaut Thomas Pesquet invited to Montpellier by the Van Allen Foundation!
Astrophysicist Daniel Kunth and astronaut Thomas Pesquet received a warm welcome during their presentations at the Montpellier conference on 5th April. They both emphasized the importance of the space industry as a job provider and insisted on the need for training. They also answered numerous questions from an audience ranging from 7 to 77 years of age. Thank you Daniel and Thomas for sharing your enthusiasm and experience with us!
The CELESTA Team is selected to join the ‘FLY Your Satellite!’ Program of ESA
One of the most prestigious European projects that the CELESTA Team has been selected to take part in is the ‘FLY Your Satellite!’ Program of ESA Education Office. Our students will be able to follow ESA courses and workshops and to receive technical support from ESA experts. CELESTA will also be launched free of charge from the ISS in 2019 thanks to this collaboration.