Astro Pi

Astro Pi Ed and Izzy on the ISS

Your code in the space station

In Astro Pi Mission Zero, stu­dents write a sim­ple pro­gram, for exam­ple to mea­sure the humid­i­ty on board the ISS, and com­mu­ni­cate this to the astro­nauts with a per­son­al mes­sage that is dis­played for 30 sec­onds on the space sta­tion! Or you can take part in the advanced Astro Pi Mission Space Lab, in which you code a more elab­o­rate sci­en­tif­ic exper­i­ment. The astro­nauts on board car­ry out this exper­i­ment in the sta­tion, and send back the results.

For pupils from pri­ma­ry and sec­ondary schools. The par­tic­i­pat­ing groups con­sist of min. 2 and max. 6 pupils and an accom­pa­ny­ing teacher.

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Astro Test

ESERO Belgium wants to bring space into Belgian class­rooms. We do this through our school projects, among oth­er things. Every school year, pri­ma­ry and sec­ondary schools can take part in chal­leng­ing mis­sions with teams of pupils (accom­pa­nied by a teacher). Each par­tic­i­pat­ing teacher can con­tact ESERO Belgium for all ques­tions and sup­port dur­ing the whole school year.