The University of Southampton
Engineering and the Environment

Research project: Deployable and Multifunctional Structures for Space Applications - Dormant

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Research projects in deployable and multifunctional structures for space applications.

Project Overview

Stardust - The Asteroid and Debris Network (FP7, Marie Curie) ~ € 4M

The University of Southampton, alongside 13 other institutions across Europe are investigating fundamental areas of research and development to mitigate the threat posed by asteroids and space debris (specifically the use of area deployment devices for drag or proximity operations). Project running 2013 - 2017

ROV-E - Lightweight Technologies for Exploration Rovers (FP7)

Studying the applicability and qualifying the performance of multifunctional power structures for Mars Rovers

Consultancy for: Astrium UK, SSTL Ltd.

Related research groups

Astronautics
Courtesy of ESA
ExoMars rover
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