The second day of the selection event focused primarily on the REXUS sounding rocket experiment proposal presentations.

There were 6 presentations including projects which measured CO2 concentration in the mesosphere, a novel method for attaching de-orbiting devices to space debris using expandable foam, an analysis of LASER welding in milli-gravity and an experiment to create milli-gravity. All presentations indicated significant research and development for all projects.

The day ended with a tour of the ERASMUS space centre, which is an exhibition of the different methods used to create milli-gravity for experimentation and included models of the ESA Columbus module attached to the International Space Station. There was also a 3D video of the ISS with virtual and real footage.

Tomorrow we present iSEDE to the experts.