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1⃣ Climate Detectives – identify a climate problem in your area and investigate how to solve it using Earth Observation data. Learn more: https://climatedetectives.esa.int/
2⃣ AstroPi – write programs for computers placed on the International Space Station. Learn more: https://astro-pi.org/
3⃣ CanSat – build, test and launch a mini satellite the size of a soda can. Learn more: https://cansat.esa.int/
4⃣ PETRI – design and perform experiments investigating the effect of Earth’s gravity on scientific phenomena by using different facilities like Drop Towers, Parabolic Flights and even the International Space Station.
5⃣ Earth Observation courses – thanks to ESA Academy’s Training and Learning Programme, you can follow plenty of courses on different Earth Observation topics like remote sensing, satellite system design and space debris.
Which project would you like to join? Let us know in the comments! ⬇️
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