Am Samstag den 05. August 2017 treffen sich horn und mfa und werden per Mobcoding einen offenen Webserver-Workshop für Dateiupload-Dinge machen. Es geht um 19:00 Uhr los und ist spätestens 21:00 Uhr vorbei mit:
Thema: Einen Webserver in Flask schreiben, der Dateiuploads annimmt. Dieses Problem wollen sicherlich viele auch für viele andere Dinge lösen.
Dateien von horns Bodenstationen annehmen und abspeichern, oder eure Dateien annehmen und abspeichern.
So einfacher Code wie möglich / Aber mit Tests!
auch den Client mit Requests werden wir abdecken
spätere Termine möglich: Hosting mit gunicorn; mehr asnyc via aiohttp
Mobcoding (horn tippt am Projektor und alle andere machen mit und jeder lernt dabei).
Only one month left until SpaceUp Stuttgart, your space unconference. Register today, reserve your participation slot and you will be in good company in the Raumfahrtzentrum Baden-Württemberg (RZBW). In addition to the initial lineup with Prof. Reinhold Ewald (German ESA-astronaut), the Space Station Design Workshop (SSDW) and diverse space organisations from Stuttgart, so far we find new participants from the following companies and organisations and fascinating questions on our filling list…
Astronauts Bonnie Dunbar (NASA) and Ernst Messerschmid (DLR)
Airbus Defence and Space
REXUS-Projects PATHOS & DAEDALUS from Würzburg
Neurons in Space from Hohenheim
How do we suit up for mars?
At SpaceUp Stuttgart, everyone is a participant. If you have a space project, present it here, discuss it with everyone and expand your network. And if you always wanted to fly a spaceship, here is your chance to control the Sojuz Simulator and dock it to the International Space Station.
We are very happy to anounce our two Space Apps Stuttgart 2017 winning projects Tunnel-God-Detector and Whata. And Whata needs your voting support for the People’s Choice Award of the world’s biggest global hackathon!
(go to the voting page daily, search for „Whata“, Click on „vote“ and hold it until it says „voted“, that’s it, thank you! 🙂 )
During last weekend’s NASA hackathon, those two teams worked on solving global problems under this year’s theme „Earh Observation“. They tackled two different challenges and came up with excellent open-source solutions utilizing space data and create something new to help people. They both earned the global nominations and we wish them good luck in the final round where they compete against more than 1000 projects created by 20,000 people.
Please consider voting for Whata starting from 8th until 21th of May because each daily vote counts! If you like, join their teams and work together on their open-source projects.
The Whata team worked on „Where’s the Water?“ to use satellite and other data to allow farmers, landowners, and land managers in your locale to identify and visualize water resources in their surroundings. They’d like to help people find reliable water sources. They came up with providing the means with low-cost, easy-to-fabricate sensors, open-data, and existing govermental data.
For the fourth time, the NASA Space Apps hackathon weekend returns to Stuttgart! Sign up now to participate in the biggest hackathon event on this planet (29. & 30. April 2017). Stuttgart is one of the biggest and most important aerospace regions in Germany and we are very proud to grow and support the local space industry and startup scene with this open-source space event for everyone!
Space Apps is an international hackathon that occurs over 48 hours in cities around the world. Because of citizens like you, we continue to grow each year. If you haven’t already, join us to share ideas and engage with open data to address real-world problems, on Earth and in space. Work alone or with a team to solve challenges that could help change the world. And everybody can help, diverse backgrounds (software developers, engineers, artists, journalists, hackers, makers,…) will provide unique solutions to global problems that nobody thought about before. Check back here to join Space Apps in the Stuttgart hackerspace shackspace.
Space Apps Stuttgart 2017 Hackathon Weekend (29/30.04.2017):
start 29.04.2017 opening 11:00 CEST, launching event 13:00 CEST, coming later is okay
end 30.04.2017 18:00 CEST
in shackspace, Stuttgarter Hackerspace (Ulmer Str. 255, Stuttgart-Wangen)
Again for the third time, AerospaceResearch.net is proud to be selected as an official mentoring organization for the Summer of Code 2017 (GSOC) program run by Google.
And we are now looking for students to spend their summers coding on great open-source space software, getting paid up to 6600 USD by Google, releasing scientific papers about their projects and supporting the open-source space community.
Until 3. April 2017, students can apply for an hands on experience with applied space programs. As an umbrella organisation, AerospaceResearch.net and KSat-Stuttgart e.V. are offering you various coding ideas to work on:
The Distributed Ground Station Network – global tracking and communication with small-satellites
KSat-Stuttgart – the small satellite society at the Institute of Space Systems / University of Stuttgart
Have you ever dreamt of going to space?! At least as a child you did.
Unfortunately we didn’t quite make it to space ~100km quite yet – but at >22km we (our balloon that is) have been higher than at least 99.99% of you out there. Commercial airplanes fly at 8.5km to 10.7km to give you something graspable to compare it to.
Ever since we saw the first footage of a camera attached to a weather balloon we became fascinated by the idea to take our own images. The visible curvature of our small sphere (speak: earth) floating through space captured was ever so inspiring. You don’t even need to spend a lot of money doing so.
eine kleine Erinnerung:
wenn das Wetter gut sein wird, dann werden wir den spaceballoon am Samstag den 4. März vom Rotenberg in Stuttgart starten, Yeah!
Wir werden ab 09:00 Uhr dort sein. Wenn du beim Near-Space Start dabei sein willst und auch bei der Balloonjagd mitmachen willst, dann trage dich doch bitte kurz bei unserem Meetup ein >> https://www.meetup.com/OpenSpaceLabs/events/237276635/
Wenn du bereits eine “Nutzlast” hast, dann bringt diese zum Treffen am Integrationswochenende vor dem Start mit. Der Spaceballoon wird so zu deiner Plattform und nimmt dein Projekt mit auf seiner Reise. Falls du nicht live dabei sein kannst, verfolge den Ballon per Funk auf 869.525 MHz und hilf uns beim wiederfinden der gelandeten Nutzlast.
Wir vergeben den Platz an Bord per “First come, first serve”. Melde dich mit deinem Projekt bitte im Vorfeld per Email (spaceballoon(at)aerospaceresearch.net).
Zum entspannten Ausklang des Tages werden wir uns im shackspace treffen.
Sei dabei wenn der Spaceballoon startet und die Reise in den nahen Weltraum antritt.
Wir freuen uns auf euch!
Start: 4. März 2017 (Sa), 09:00 – 12:00 mit anschließender Fuchsjagd
Abschluss: 4. März 2017 (Sa), 18:00 Führung und entspannter Ausklang im shack e.V.
Taking place in the perfectly matching Institute of Space Systems (IRS) on the Campus of the University of Stuttgart on a sunny Sunday the 17th of July, international participants with diverse backgrounds met to present their space projects or to discuss their opinions about space. For all participants, it was connected by the topic “Students meet Experts” and for 40 of them it was intended to be the introduction to a full week of hard work as participants of the “Space Station Design Workshop (SSDW)”. The IRS is hosting the annual SSDW to train teams of students and young professionals how to work together for a pre-phase0 study about a designing a possible International Space Station successor.
So the SpaceUp Stuttgart unconference was the kick-off event for the SSDW students who came from various places around the globe like South Africa, France, the USA, Denmark and many more countries. By mingling them with further professional and space-enthusiastic participants it created a great community spirit that also led to great talks.
ESA Summer of Code in Space 2016 with AerospaceResearch.net and the Institute of Photogrammetry (IFP, University of Stuttgart)
This is AerospaceResearch.net’s common ideas page for the European Space Agency’s ESA Summer of Code in Space 2016. It’s an open-source coding campaign where students work on space related software for 3 months and are getting paid 4000€. How awesome is that?!
Read everything, have fun, make space possible!
Constellation brings space to people by means of citizen science. We believe there is an open space for everybody…
„Space, is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it’s a long way down the road to the chemist’s, but that’s just peanuts to space“ – Douglas Adams
We really enjoyed mentoring creative students during ESA SOCIS 2013, 2014 and 2015. We gain a lot and we learned a lot, so we want to share this experience again and support you! We collaborated with Cosmic Dust Group of the Institute of Space Systems (IRS) at the University of Stuttgart. With them, we achieved two new apps, we even supported the European Space Agency (ESA) and their Interplanetary Meteoroid Environment for Exploration (IMEX) project, we released several papers, simulated comets worth 10000 hours of computing power and discussed our findings with an Astronaut and experts. How cool is that? And we want you to be part of this again. So we are re-applying this year and give you three chances to be part of this coding family.
– Be a SOCIS Student! – Be a SOCIS Mentor! – Provide a SOCIS Project!
We didn’t expect overwhelming reactions about our ideas and the great support by people also being a mentor. So we would like to expand the mentor and project scale here and please keep on applying for these important tasks.
There is space for everyone!
To give you an impression what we did last time, watch this…