The third ESA Student Parabolic-Flight Campaign release_pm6w35mrnvbzzbi5z54wczjdc4

by W J Ockels, L Jagger-Meziere

Published in E.S.A. Bulletin.

2001   Volume 105, p91-100


Today's students will become tomorrow's workforce and hence they should be involved in the global space programme as early as possible so that they will be motivated to follow space careers and create a space-educated next generation for working within the space domain. Getting students involved in today's space programmes is important not only for the space industry in terms of providing a talented workforce for the future, but also for the general public who will be the future voters and potential political supporters of future European space activities. With this in mind, ESA's Office for Education and Outreach organises and runs many space-related activities for young people in order to stimulate their interest in space in particular and in science in general. One of these activities is the 'Student Parabolic-Flight Campaign'.
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