We’re excited to announce that we are one of seventeen projects that the Alumni Fund has generously supported with funding! Many thanks to the committee and donors.
We are participating in the Sheffield Festival of Science & Engineering happening this month. Next week, members of our team are going to schools in Doncaster to spread the knowledge.
An article titled “Stars in their eyes” was published in the 13th issue of MechEngNews, giving a brief overview of the Project Sunbyte.
We are striving towards a proof of concept for our design. The gears and telescope support are made in a first phase from plywood which will allow mounting the electrical equipment and start experimenting!
A selection of team members have attended this morning a constructive meeting with the Vice President for Education, Professor Wyn Morgan. We presented the project and our goals and got support and feedback.
Besides the feedback for the Preliminary Design (PDR), our team members took part in an intensive schedule of lectures and workshops near Munich at DLR site Oberpfaffenhofen !
Team members from different aspects of the project have landed in Munich for to update ESA on the current development of our project, we wish them all the best!
Big thanks to our wonderful team members who successfully ran our first outreach workshop in the students union today. The workshop took place in the context of the Discover STEM programme. Our team members were diligent in answering many curious questions from the aspiring youths that attended and were enthusiastic in promoting the STEM fields through the discussion of our project. There will be more exciting workshops lined up in the future so stay posted!
We are so happy to be a part of the REXUS/BEXUS programme’s 10th anniversary, here is a throwback to our team members’ ESA presentation.