Tag: space

10

Apr2012

EPO Foam Stability

 
Source: NASA EPO Foam Stability dates and figures Experiment Session 11 January 2012 Performed by André Kuipers Science runs 3 Science running time 1 hour Number of cell arrays 3 “Second successful scientific execution on orbit with educational added value” The first part of the EPO Foam Stability experiment has been successfully performed inside Columbus by André Kuipers on January 2012. This experiment first part pursued two main objectives: one scientific and one educational. After the data evaluation of the former FOAM-S experiment, scientists proposed new fluid mixtures samples testing. In addition the ESA Education Office has created an educational programme that will transmit science on orbit activities to classrooms ... Read More
10 April, 2012E-USOC

25

Feb2011
Fuente: E-USOC ESA has invited schoolchildren aged between 12 -14 years to join the Greenhouse in Space project. This experiment, carried out by the Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli, consists of growing flowering plants inside two separate small greenshouses set up in the Columbus laboratory and follows their germination over a two-month period. Students on the ground will make the observations of the plants in their own mini greenhouse and compare the results with Paolo’s space experiment, by means of both recorded and live-link activity for educational events. The 5th year students from CEIP Luis Buñuel, a bilingual school located ... Read More
25 February, 2011E-USOC