The first Space association of Politecnico di Milano

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PoliSpace is the first space association of Politecnico di Milano.

Its main objective is to fill the gap between industry and academia in Italy. The strategy adopted is: propose, endorse and supervise students space-related projects spread the aerospace culture with a global perspective provide students with internship and job opportunities through a network of companies.

PoliSpace is currently designing CubeSat to fly at the end of 2023. Another association’s undergrad team presented a Mars Sample Return mission for an AIAA competition. More projects will be developed in the near future.

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6S CubeSat Project

Designing a CubeSat has always been one of the main focus of the association. After creating a team of BSc PoliMi students, the project of the PoliS pace CubeSat started getting shape.

Thanks to a partnership with Sidereus Space Dynamics, the PoliSpace Cubesat will actually take flight towards real space in the early months of 2023.

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RoverTech Team

[R]overTech is a newborn project with the aim of participating at the ERC (European Rover Challenge) , a competition gathering team of students from all over the world with the passions for space and robotics

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SpaceTech

SpaceTech is the technical department of PoliSpace. It proposes, develops and manages engineering projects in the association

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Spark of Innovation: A Brief History of Electric Propulsion

When we think of rocketry, we commonly think of the impressive images and videos of spacecrafts being launched utilizing huge earth-shaking rockets, propelled through the skies by a scorching trail of exhaust and flames. These are our traditional thermochemical rocket thrusters, and since the advent of rocketry, they have been our most reliable way to get things out of our planet.

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