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15 September 2021

DISCOVERER 1st International Symposium

 

First papers of our DISCOVERER 1st International Symposium, which took place on 28 – 29 June 2021, have now been published on our website.

Paper recommended for the CEAS Space Journal special issue will be linked as soon as the papers are published. Stay tuned!

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08 September 2021

More DISCOVERER Materials in orbit!

We are pleased to announce the second set of DISCOVERER Materials samples were carried to the ISS from the Kennedy Space Centre, Florida, on-board Space X mission CRS-23 launched on 29th August 2021 as part of MISSE 15.

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26 August 2021

DISCOVERER ‘Women in Aerospace’ Webinar

As part of World Space Week 2021 we are pleased to announce our webinar event, which aims to encourage and engage as many aspiring young female scientists or engineers (UK year 8, age 12 and over) to discover more about the Aerospace industry and the space sector as a whole.

To register, please click here.

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