Welcome to the University of Birmingham Space Society!
We are one of the newest societies at the University and we aim to make sure you’re involved in the future of space exploration, from the colonisation of Mars to tourism out of the Earth’s atmosphere. With us you will be part of a great team and a friendly environment in which you can learn a great deal about space.
We're going into our second year of participating in the UKSEDS National Rocketry Championship in which we are building a solid fuel rocket aiming to achieve the greatest height possible and recovery of the rocket in a controlled manner. We also hope to begin the Olympus Rover Trials in which we will be tasked to design, construct, and operate a small rover to collect material samples on Mars.
As a member you will also be able to take part in events with experts in the space sector such as lectures and talks with Q&A’s.
If this sounds like your cup of tea; fill out our sign-up form at http://uobspacesoc.com/SignUpForm.
You can also keep in touch with us on our website https://uobspacesoc.com and Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with @uobspacesoc, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to watch out latest launches.
- SpaceSoc have continued getting involved with the UKSEDS rocketry and rover competitions; fingers-crossed for some 'high-flying' results! Interested in getting involved with next year's events - why not get in touch?
- Our student groups are so unique that we have our own Fair so you can meet them! In the week of 12-16 October we introduced you to our incredible student groups with the first Virtual Fair. Watch the recordings here.
- We have had an incredible first year! We've grown quite nicely from just a few students and have enjoyed hosting many social, engineering and outreach events throughout the year too.
- That's right…the University has its own Space Society! Founded in 2019 with the intent of bringing the opportunity for students to share their passion for space with others and promote space exploration activities.
- We are one of the University's newest societies and aim to motivate, engage and enable members to get involved in the UK, European and global space communities.