Schoolkids have a new science classroom — in space

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Of all the topics covered in school science classes, space is understandably one of the more elusive. That might be set to change though, as a new educational startup called Ardusat have dedicated themselves to enabling promising young scientists to conduct actual space experiments. Ardusat has partnered with satellite data company Spire to enable school kids and science club members to send 'educational payloads' up with every satellite, containing experiments of their choice. Ardusat sell a variety of tool-kits, including the Classroom Launch Pack for educational programs. Costing USD 2,500, it gives teachers or club leaders everything they need to…

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