European Space Agency-Education Payload Operations-PARMITANO (ESA-EPO-PARMITANO) - 08.20.14

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ISS Science for Everyone

Science Objectives for Everyone
The European Space Agency planned several educational activities to take place during ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano’s stay aboard the International Space Station. The theme is “Telecommunications and Robotics,” and Parmitano completes several on-orbit outreach activities and demonstrations for students and the public.
 

Science Results for Everyone
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The following content was provided by Nigel D. LL Savage, and is maintained in a database by the ISS Program Science Office.
Information provided courtesy of the Erasmus Experiment Archive.

Experiment Details

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Principal Investigator(s)

  • Nigel D. LL Savage, ESTEC HSO-K, Noordwijk, Netherlands

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    Sponsoring Space Agency
    European Space Agency (ESA)

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    Research Benefits
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    ISS Expedition Duration
    March 2013 - September 2013

    Expeditions Assigned
    35/36

    Previous ISS Missions
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    Experiment Description

    Research Overview
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    Description
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    Applications

    Space Applications

    The European Space Agency’s International Space Station Education Programme uses human spaceflight to engage students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics concepts. Educational activities include a call from space, discussions with amateur radio operators and a robotics and telecommunications demonstration. ESA aims to play a role in contributing to a scientifically literate and aware society.
     

    Earth Applications

    Increasing the public’s knowledge and awareness of space drives further interest in space programs around the world. Students who are engaged in space station outreach activities may be more likely to study technology and engineering, and contribute to the space workforce.
     

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    Operations

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    Operational Protocols
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