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.
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.