The non-profit organization Greek NewSpace Society, faithful to its last years’ appointment, brings the largest hackathon in the world, the NASA Space Apps Challenge, which is part of the NASA International Space Competition. The hackathlon will be held once again in Piraeus and Thessaloniki. It is an international technology marathon, where the participants (students, scientists, […]
Our team was in Thessaloniki International Fair from September 7 to 15 to guide people to the most fantastic corner of pavilion 14, to provide them a magical trip to the aerospace! In the fair, we exhibited our three projects: our two air-vehicles, Nephele and Aurora, the rocket “Hyperion” and the nanosatellite, “AcubeSat”. All team […]
We would like to thank everyone from the bottom of our heart, who attended the technical presentation of our nano-satellite on March 6 at KEDEA and honored us with their presence and their good mood. For those who did not manage to be with us, we decided to upload our presentation to get a taste […]
We would like to thank Comvos – Cooperation and Motivation of Students for giving us the opportunity to present our projects at Team Fair 2019, which was carried out last week! The event took place in AUTH’s Student Restaurant, were all university’s teams showed their work. We were glad to have conversations with a lot […]
We were very thankful and excited to be invited back for a second time at the Kavala AirSea Show. This time, we presented our new projects and got to meet amazing people who were interested in our future goals. The Airshow was incredible, as expected! We would like to thank Mr Georgiadis and the Kavala […]
Our official entrance in EUROAVIA, The European Association of Aerospace Students, was completed with the International Event.
Last weekend, ASAT Euroavia took part at the Technology Exhibition of Thessaloniki’s 6th Gymnasium. There, we presented our projects and had the chance to talk with people about our achievements and our next goals. However, our greatest pleasure was the interest shown by young kids and students who were impressed by our work.