Students from UNAM, accepted in ISU

Mexican students who have earned space science distinctions, have had the honor of being accepted to the International Space University (ISU). The youth received a 50% scholarship to participate in the contest of Southern Hemisphere Space Studies at ISU. These are the graduate National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) students: Tania Robles, Yessica Reyes, Juan Carlos Mariscal, Luis Angel Castellanos and Genaro Marcos Acosta, from the specialties in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Electric-Electronics, Mechatronics and Computer sciences. The flash course is to be conducted in the city of Adelaide, Australia, and will last for one month, includes topics such as engineering and technology, exploration, applications and space services, space biology sciences, politics, economy, administration and space business, etc.