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Dec 8 2020

LMTM prepares for Mooncrafting

08.12.20 - Additive Manufacturing In-Situ Resources Utilization (AMISRU) is a research project led by the Thermomechanical Metallurgy Laboratory (LMTM) and supported by the EPFL Space Center (eSpace) and has been ...

Nov 18 2020

eSpace: a new website has launched!

18.11.20 - The EPFL Space Center (eSpace) has launched a fresh new version of its website. Entirely remodeled for all devices, it focuses on the main activities in education, research ...
clearspace 1 satellite 3d model in space

Oct 29 2020

Deep Learning Algorithms Helping to Clear Space Junk from our Skies

29.10.20 - EPFL researchers are at the forefront of developing some of the cutting-edge technology for the European Space Agency’s first mission to remove space debris from orbit. How do ...
3d model of clearspace 1 satellite in space

Jul 10 2020

ClearSpace-1 mission kicks off

10.07.20 - Work has just begun on building the first satellite that can capture and deorbit space debris. Making the space activities more sustainable is a huge responsibility – one ...
euclid telescope 3d model

Jul 9 2020

The Euclid space telescope is coming together

09.07.20 - ESA’s Euclid mission has reached another milestone on its journey towards launch. Its two instruments are now built and fully tested. These have been delivered to Airbus Defence ...
growbot hub 3d montage

Jun 17 2020

Shoot(s) for the Moon!

17.06.20 - Using robotics to grow and harvest plants without human intervention? That’s the aim of GrowBotHub, an EPFL project under the auspices of the IGLUNA 2020 initiative, in which ...
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Jun 16 2020

ESA Academy: new gravity-related experiment opportunities for 2021

16.06.20 - ESA Academy has released three calls for proposals in the gravity-related experiment programmes. Spin Your Thesis! 2021 The Spin Your Thesis! (SYT) programme offers university students (bachelor, master ...
epfl rocket team students

Jun 11 2020

Student projects rescheduled and redesigned

11.06.20 - Students taking part in EPFL’s interdisciplinary projects have had to work from home to limit the spread of COVID-19. Despite this challenge, they remain optimistic. EPFL’s interdisciplinary projects ...