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Student perspective and lessons learned from participating in ESA ESEO mission

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posted on 13.07.2020, 15:29 by Dániel Skriba, Márton Borsi, Antal Bánfalvi, László Csurgai-Horváth,, József Szabó, Zsolt Váradi
In this paper we would like to present what we have learntby participating in the ESA’s European Student Earth Orbiter (ESEO) mission which isan educational satellite program. We gained hands-on experience by manufacturing, adjusting and testing the components of the Power Distribution Unit (PDU) subsystem and the Langmuir Probe experiment (LMP). ESA provided the opportunity to participate in courses organized by ESA Academy. At the lastphase of the preparation we visited Sitael S.p.A. in Forli for the final testing of our modulesbefore assembly, where we could work together with Sitael’s experts in a space industry gradeenvironment. The Assembly Integration and Testing (AIT) workshop in ESTEC providedgreat educational value for all of the LMP and PDU team members.

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Citation

Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Space Educational Activities, 2019, pp. 162-165

Source

3rd Symposium on Space Educational Activities, September 16-18, 2019, Leicester, United Kingdom

Version

VoR (Version of Record)

Published in

Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Space Educational Activities

Pagination

162-165

Publisher

University of Leicester

isbn

978-1-912989-09-6

Copyright date

2020

Available date

15/04/2020

Notes

Symposium organised by: University of Leicester, UK Students for the Exploration & Development of Space, National Space Academy, ESA Education Office

Editors

Nigel Bannister, Áine O’Brien, Alexander Kinnaird

Spatial coverage

University of Leicester, UK

Temporal coverage: start date

16/09/2019

Temporal coverage: end date

18/09/2019

Language

en