Get Ready for the High-Altitude Balloon Challenge!

The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space challenge you to design, build, and fly a high altitude balloon carrying a unique payload under an extremely short timeline. This challenge serves to engage members at a local level and build experience dealing with near-space flight hardware, working with an interdisciplinary team, and deadline-dependent deliverables. […]

SEDS Joins the Space Exploration Alliance in Legislative Blitz to Prioritize Space Exploration

From February 23rd to February 25th, 2014, space exploration advocates across the United States will call on Congress to prioritize the funding and development of the national space program. The purpose of this convergence on Washington is to show “that there is strong constituent support for an ambitious space program.” The Space Exploration Alliance (SEA) […]

Space Frontier Foundation and Students for the Exploration & Development of Space Present NewSpace Student Business Plan Competition

The Space Frontier Foundation (SFF) and the Students for the Exploration & Development of Space (SEDS) are proud to announce the 3rd annual Student NewSpace Business Plan Competition, taking place at SpaceVision on November 8th at the Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 4 (ISTB4). SpaceVision is an annual conference organized by SEDS-USA, attracting large numbers […]

Attend the Future Space 2013 Conference

This Wednesday, July 17th, the Future Space Leaders Foundation will host the second annual Future Space 2013 in our nation’s Capitol! The conference will raise grant funds to support educational programs and networking opportunities for graduate students and young professionals. The event is packed with congressional speakers and substantive panels on satellite navigation systems, advanced […]

Close Encounters: Meteor lands in Russia

An early morning surprise On February 15th, 2013, the Russian city Chelyabinsk got the surprise of a lifetime when an asteroid hurtled down through the atmosphere, disintegrating into thousands of pieces that rained down on the ground. Amateur videos from car dashcams—intended to catch insurance frauds—instead captured a glowing fireball streaking across the sky. Reports […]