Lift off is expected at 19:19 CET / 18:19 GMT.
Watch live as Ireland goes to space, for the first time, with the launch of EIRSAT-1. Built by students at @universitycollegedublin under the guidance of ESA’s Education Office, EIRSAT-1 is a 2-unit CubeSat carrying three experiments, including a novel gamma ray detector that will study some of the most luminous explosions in the universe. Irish broadcaster Rick O’Shea, with guests from ESA and the EIRSAT-1 team, will take viewers through the mission’s development and major launch milestones including liftoff, separation and acquisition of signal, from outside the EIRSAT-1 Mission Control Room in Dublin. Níl aon satailít mar do shatailít féin! [There’s no satellite like your own satellite!]
Learn more about EIRSAT-1: https://www.esa.int/Education/CubeSats_-_Fly_Your_Satellite/Meet_the_team_EIRSAT-1
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All ready for the launch of EIRSAT-1 – Ireland’s first ever satellite to go to space 🛰️ #shorts
EIRSAT-1 – Ireland’s first ever satellite to go to space 🛰️ #shorts
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