SciLux

Episode 9

March 15, 2021 Hanna Siemaszko Season 1 Episode 9
SciLux
Episode 9
Show Notes

We're back to space again! This time we tell you more about ultra lightweight structures, antibacterial (and hopefully antimicrobial) coating, Luxembourg-based company participating in a NASA programme, better entry into atmosphere and better satelite communications. Don't forget there's time for a pub quiz question too!

SHOW NOTES

Costs of taking stuff to space
https://www.businessinsider.com/spacex-rocket-cargo-price-by-weight-2016-6?r=US&IR=T#bottle-of-water-9100-to-43180-1

New bacteria found on the ISS
https://www.sciencealert.com/four-bacterial-strains-discovered-on-the-iss-may-help-grow-better-space-plants?fbclid=IwAR16UIeY9D3V4Ayh3X56JFNnvmA6H_OuUNCenQ7uX3CjynXl3CNg4tvNaJw

Luxembourg Space Resource Week
https://www.spaceresourcesweek.lu/

Become an astronaut with ESA
https://www.esa.int/About_Us/Careers_at_ESA/ESA_Astronaut_Selection

Meluxina Call For Proposals
https://space-agency.public.lu/dam-assets/news1/Meluxina-call-for-early-access.pdf