The objectives of the SELLIMA project are to study, develop and operate a constellation of Nano-satellites with a competitive science case, for example in the exoplanet or stellar domain, and to bring university-level space engineering and astronomy knowledge to less favoured members of the global society. Implementing the SELLIMA collaboration we will foster peace, hope and knowledge via a collaboration of scientists, engineers and other professions from different socio-cultural backgrounds.
To reach our objectives we will set up three working groups.
The Technical Working Group defines the technical and financial boundary criteria for an astronomy space mission based on a constellation of Nano-satellites. This group will also investigate possible synergies between Astronomy and Earth Observation satellites.
The Education Working Group defines, as a first step, the programme of a summer school on Astronomy and Space Engineering, targeting an audience in unfavourable living conditions. As a second step, the Education Working Group investigates the possibility to establish an online university programme in Astronomy and Space Engineering, targeting people with limited access to regular university-level education. The Education Working Group will also implement the AstroTruck.
If you are interested in more details or if you would like to join our team, please contact us under firstname.lastname@example.org.