Webinar – Spacecraft Squabbles: What role would you choose? 7th May – 12:45 – 13:30

From innovating technologies in space research to unravelling cosmic mysteries or advancing our understanding of the universe, space offers a myriad of career pathways for future pioneers.

In this webinar we deep dive into spacecraft engineering.

Spacecraft Squabbles: What role would you choose?

  • Date: Tuesday 7 May
  • Time: 12:45 – 13:30
  • Microsoft Teams
  • To register, please email ukroc@adsgroup.org.uk

Building a spacecraft is no easy feat, it involves more roles and jobs than you could ever imagine. 

During this webinar, five Airbus engineers will explain the manufacturing life cycle of a spacecraft, their role in the process, and, most importantly, whose role is the most important!

We hope you can join us! 

Airbus webinar: Rocket Science – from model rockets to Mars

Airbus Defence and Space, our UKROC industry sponsor, took students on a fascinating exploration into the world of spacecraft propulsion in the latest UKROC webinar.

This webinar is available to watch on-demand and is perfect for those aged 11-18 who are interested in space and rocketry and want to learn more about the exciting opportunities in this field.

Contact madeleine.fleetwood@adsgroup.org.uk to get an access link.

Rob Sandford and Joe Hunt shared their stories and experiences of rocket engineering, providing a unique insight into what it’s like to be a part of a mission to space.

They explored the world of satellite and rocket propulsion and explained how this area supports a whole host of Airbus missions, from interplanetary rovers to climate-monitoring satellites.

More about Airbus

At Airbus, our purpose is to improve life on Earth and beyond through our cutting-edge space technologies. With every technological breakthrough, we bring people closer together, we navigate new frontiers and we discover new and unexplored destinations. And we don’t just take innovations to space – our space solutions and projects help solve global challenges on Earth. 

Find out more at airbus.com