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AIMIS

Additive Manufacturing in Space

We are 8 students of the University of Applied Sciences Munich taking part in Cycle 12 of the REXUS/Bexus program.

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“Since, in the long run, every planetary civilization will be endangered by impacts from space, every surviving civilization is obliged to become spacefaring — not because of exploratory or romantic zeal, but for the most practical reason imaginable: staying alive…

If our long-term survival is at stake, we have a basic responsibility to our species to venture to other worlds.”

―  Carl Sagan

 

 

Who we are

The Team

We are a student team of the University of Applied Sciences Munich. Our currently eight members are enrolled in the bachelor and master courses Aerospace Engineering of the university and share the development tasks of AIMIS. This is the first time that students of the Munich University of Applied Sciences are participarting in the REXUS/BEXUS program.

What we do

The Experiment

We will fly a technology demonstration for additive manufacturing in space on the sounding rocket REXUS 27. Our goal is to extrude a photoreactive resin within flight time and cure it under UV light while collecting environmental data and filming the process. And all completely autonomous, in weightlessness and vacuum.

Where we go

The Rocket

The launch of the REXUS sounding rocket will take place in March 2020 in Kiruna, Sweden, on the SSC ESRANGE site. The launch is observed by participating students and other team members from Radar Hill. From that moment on, our experiment will be on its own, running its program and, hopefully, producing valuable data.

Credit: Swedish Space Corporation (SSC)
How this is possible

The Program

The German-Swedish student program REXUS/BEXUS offers students from all over Europe the opportunity to conduct experiments under extreme conditions in the atmosphere. Each year, two sounding rockets and balloons are launched, with experiments on e.g. atmospheric research, magnetic fields or astrophysics on board. The experiments are completely developed by the students themselves.

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