And it is 101% worth it!!! 04.12.2014 – Orion Launch & Team Rover final prototype presentation AdvertisementsRead more
The last week of Space Challenges Program came to its end. It was a tough one, still full of great emotion! We were working hard on our prototype presentation. Team Rover gave its final presentation on Thursday evening. The last lectures were held on Friday. There were two live presentations, given by our guests – […]Read more
On 15 November we, the Cadets, together with the crazy Space Challenges Team visited the ROZHEN NATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY. The main goal was November’s wonderful Leonid meteor shower, which happens every year at this time, as our world moves through space. It actually occurs when Earth crosses the orbital path of Comet Tempel-Tuttle, which, like all […]Read more "trip to rozhen"
Time is ticking away. This week we have to finish our prototype. We are also extremely focused on presenting it the best way possible because the presentation is relatively as important as the prototype. keep going.. keep going.. keep going..Read more "Step by step"
We had a mission to the Mun ( Moon ) on Friday. Brief Introduction to Kerbal Space Program KSP is a game where the players create and manage their own space program. Build spacecraft, fly them, and try to help the Kerbals to fulfill their ultimate mission of conquering space. The game is currently under […]Read more "TO THE MOON AND… BACK?"
Antonio Fortunato, leader of the EUROCOM at the European Astronaut Center in Cologne, was our next significant guest. He communicates with astronauts at the International Space Station. Isn’t that awesome?! His presentation was on Human Spaceflight and the European Experience at the ISS. He talked about the astronaut training experience and shared interesting stories. He gave […]Read more