Students from Wrocław can make their scientific dream come true and send their experiment into space in the project DREAM. On the ESA rocket they will test drilling in space conditions. But to realize their plan, they need financial support of Internet users.
Students of Bialystok University of Technology are building another Mars rover, which they have entered into the competition at the Mars base in the Utah desert in the US. This will be the seventh rover from the university to take part in this competition.
A group of satellites working in a so-called hive, preparation of a hyperspectrometer, on-line platform with collected data - these are the plans of the company SatRevolution, which wants to send Światowid - its first commercial satellite - into space in the first quarter of 2018.
Wastewater, wartime bombs, mines and chemical weapons have made the Baltic one of the most polluted seas in the world. To combat the pollution, we can take advantage of robotic and satellite technologies, which is the goal of at the Baltic Challenge platform.
In the Taurids there is a stream of cosmic bodies, the largest of which, in the event of a collision with Earth, can cause a continent-wide disaster - according to the observations of the Polish Fireball Network. The next encounter with the dangerous stream - in 2019.
Objects on the surface of Mars photographed by the rover Opportunity are strikingly similar to fossils of terrestrial microalgae - noted paleobiologist Prof. Józef Kaźmierczak. The scientist hypothesized that about 3.5 billion years ago life could exist in the Martian aquatic environment.
Using massive amounts of satellite data from European satellites will be the task of the project Earth Observation for South-Eastern Europe (EO4SEE), carried out by countries including Poland on behalf of ESA. The solution will use the EO Cloud platform prepared by the consortium, whose members include Polish companies.