ISAE-SUPAERO is a partner of the Nanostar project, with 6 other universities, 2 aerospace clusters, and 3 ESA Business Incubation Centres as associates, in France, Spain and Portugal.
Funded by the Interreg Sudoe Programme through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the project has a planned duration of 30 months and a total budget of 2 million euros.
Nanostar is a collaborative platform to provide a relevant training on nanosat technology through Student Challenges. The objective is to create a leading platform in Europe on nanosatellites and provide students with the experience of a real space engineering process that includes all stages, from conception and specifications, to design, assembly, integration, testing and documentation.
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