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Applications open for Space Challenges Program for students in August

Applications have opened for Space Challenges 2023, which nurtures the next generation of space scientists, engineers, technologists, and explorers.

Space Challenges 2023 is free for thirty promising space science students chosen from around the world and will be held at the Sofia Tech Park in the capital of Bulgaria in August.

Students wishing to participate need to apply by 20 July here: The hands-on curriculum includes workshops and lectures on space sciences and engineering, orbital mechanics, astrophysics, space applications, hardware design, space law, space entrepreneurship, and more.

This year’s program will be led by over more than 30 leading experts from space agencies, academia, and space companies including Dr. Pete Worden, Executive Director, Breakthrough Initiatives; Pete Klupar, Chief Engineer, Breakthrough Initiatives; Antonio Fortunato, Ground Segment Project Engineer, ESA; Dr. Harold White, Limitless Space Institute; Kevin O’Connell, Founder and CEO Space Economy Rising; EnduroSat Advisory Board - and more.

Established in 2010, Space Challenges is organized by EnduroSat, one of the fastest-growing space companies in Europe.

Raycho Raychev, Founder and CEO of EnduroSat, and the Founder of the Space Challenges Program, said “Space Challenges nurtures the next generation of space scientists giving them the knowledge, professional contacts and confidence to plot their career path. Space Challenges is a unique program for the industry and we look forward to welcoming the next generation of talented students in August”.

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