Sponsor the Spanish teams who made it to the next phase
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How can I Sponsor a Team?
The Europe to Space Challenge instructs students about to graduate while encourage other students to pursue technical careers (STEM). Team Sponsors for this Challenge are very special companies that provide economical support to participating teams so they can send a satellite to space.

The received contributions are solely used to cover the costs of the students' missions: acquisition of the flight kit, environmental tests, and launch. Each mission has a cost of between 37,000 and 40,000 euros, so any contribution can make a difference.

Teams and Projects


The team proposes a novel system to detect space debris using existing satellite signals. The method analyzes the degradation of the received signal by performing an on-board signal processing.

Caronte Crew

The team proposes the development of an Inertia Morphing System that allows the spacecraft to modify its matrix of inertia to make a better use of the orbit and attitude control. The challenge of being able to develop such a complex system in the available space makes this project very interesting.


The team proposes the study of a shielding against radiation by using different types of superficial finishes, normally used to protect electronic components. The results obtained can then be applied to missions that make use of commercial components, such as those used in the New Space industry.


The team proposes the study of tumor cells and the analysis of its behavior in a low gravity environment. It also focuses in trying to find the connection on how they communicate. Furthermore, they are going to study the growing in a controlled plasma environment.

Team Bravo

The team proposes the processing of images taken by the satellite to detect adverse meteorological situations. The processing of the images will be done by using Artificial Intelligence techniques on Ground.


The team proposes the study of the Earth magnetic field by using commercial components easily available. These components are protected by a capsule that prevents the external noise that affect these type of sensors.


The team proposes the study of the growing of yeast in orbit while they receive ionizing radiation. They propose to compare the obtained results with those obtained with an experiment aboard of an atmospheric baloon. With this study they look to determine the relationship that exists between the survival of the cells and the radiation and gravity conditions offered by space.

UPC Space Program

The team proposes the deployment of a mechanical system that will allow the satellite to generate its own electrodynamic propulsion. This will allow the satellite to convert the electric energy into kinetic energy, allowing it to generate propulsion to maintain the desired orbit.


The team proposes the development of a three-axis attitude and control system entirely based on commercial components. The proposed controller is purely magnetic, which offers an economic way to allow constellations of satellites to control their attitude.

UVigo SpaceLab

The team proposes the use of existing navigation signals provided by Galileo to determine the orientation of the satellite. This novel implementation allows the spacecraft to have a better knowledge about its attitude, even when communicating with Ground and without the use of costly components required to determine the attitude.

If you are interested in becoming a Team Sponsor of the Europe to Space Challenge, please contact us by email or contact with the corresponding Team Leader.

Once your proposal has been received, it will be reviewed by the Organizing Comitee and will be contacted as soon as possible indicating how to proceed.