Student Experiments Flown on the Space Station So Far 🛰


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SAIS, Singapore

Astronaut: Tony Antonelli

Team: Covalent

Experiment: To investigate Urease activity in microgravity.

Results:


Tonbridge School, England

Curtin University, Perth

King's College London

University of the West of Scotland

Hyderabad Public School, India

University of the West of Scotland

King's College London (Oct)

Ajmer, India

University of Melbourne, Australia

Aravali, India

King's College London (Jul)

Ayrshire, Scotland

Gurgaon, India

Rhondda Valley, South Wales

King's College London

Ayrshire, Scotland

Renfrewshire, Scotland

Delhi, India

King's College London

Ayrshire, Scotland

Renfrewshire, Scotland

Caerphilly, South Wales

Cranfield University, England

King's College London

Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales

Renfrewshire, Scotland

Valparaiso University, USA

Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University, USA

Renfrewshire, Scotland

King's College London

King's College London

King's College London


More Student Experiments are Launching on SpaceX CRS-24 🚀

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What People Involved Have to Say 🎤

"People like me don’t win things like this."

- Mahdi Baksh, Mission Discovery Winner

"It’s hard to imagine a more exciting prize for students than to see their experiment being flown into space and carried out by NASA astronauts. Mission Discovery was a fun and inspiring event for everyone who took part, and one which put education and innovation centre stage."

- James Priory, Headmaster of Tonbridge School

 

"It was an amazing experience to win. Everyone involved learned a lot and the programme’s approach was very inspiring and supportive."

- Cara Brow, Mission Discovery Winner

A word from Astronaut Michael Foale 🧑‍🚀

"Mission Discovery is the most complete and exciting educational programme I have worked with. I’m always excited to see where the students imagination takes them and watch them develop throughout the week. When I was young, I would have loved the chance to have an experiment flown in space."

- Dr. Michael Foale CBE, Astronaut & ISS Commander


Students Have Been a Part of the Following Space Missions 💫