KTH Space Center coordinates and promotes space-related activity at several KTH departments, with an overarching objective of establishing KTH as a "Space University" and a hub for Swedish space research and technology.
AESIR Rocket launch
AESIR is a student rocketry association at KTH that aims to design, build and launch rockets with the long term goal to break the European student rocket altitude record (currently above 30 km). Finishing up their first rocket “ODIN”, the team is looking forward to the launch campaign at the Swedish Armed Forces's training and shooting range in Älvdalen from the 29th of October to 1st of November.
KTH has delivered two wire boom units to the Jaxa/ESA mission BepiColombo that launched on the 20 of October. This is the start of a 7 years long journey to Mercury in order to learn more about the planet.
Don't miss the chance to apply for KTH Space Center's prize for best final degree project! The prize is awarded yearly to the KTH students who under the previous academic year have performed the best final degree project within the areas of interest to KTH Space Center. The amount of prize money is 5 000 SEK for final degree projects on basic level and 10 000 SEK for final degree projects on advanced level. Nominations are accepted until the 1st of November!