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Sub-systems for small satellites: so simple a teen can build them

We like to say that our goal is simplifying satellite technology and making it accessible, but is it so easy that even a teenager could build one? Thanks to a bold seventeen-year-old, we know that the answer is yes (mostly).

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A space for creativity in science: Our Communications intern shares her Open Cosmos experience

I came across Open Cosmos by accident while hunting for internships in publishing or media. There was an opening for a Marketing and Communications Internship which I had all the skills for but lacked the formal qualifications.

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Open Cosmos makes space accessible to anyone – starting at university

On a warm summer day in August, people from all over the world grouped around a few tables in a classroom of the International Space University in Strasbourg, France. Screwdrivers in their hands, scattered metal satellite components on the table. Most of the twenty or so people involved in the assembly of small satellites are not space engineers.

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Astrophysics graduate turned coder: our Thermal Simulation and Analysis Intern reflects on her journey so far

After finishing my Astrophysics degree and developing a passion for coding, I was seeking a job role which would combine the two. I avidly searched the Harwell Campus for a junior position and Open Cosmos caught my eye.

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