Mission Space Lab

Mission Space Lab offers students and young people the chance to have their scientific experiments run on the ISS. Your challenge is to design and program an experiment to be run on an Astro Pi computer. The best experiments will be deployed to the ISS, and your team will have the opportunity to analyse your results and put together a short report about your findings. The ten teams that write the best reports will be selected as the Astro Pi Mission Space Lab winners!

Who can take part?

  • Anyone who is 19 years or younger at the time of submission
  • In teams of two to six
  • Supervised by a teacher or mentor
  • 50% of teams’ members need to be citizens of an ESA Member/Associate Member State

Mission Space Lab 2018/2019 is now closed. Details of the 11 winning entries can be found here.

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