Red Planet, ESA and PLAYMOBIL
Explore the Red Planet with ESA and PLAYMOBIL !
Teachers Training 15-19 Nov 2021– from the Sun to the interior of the stars
Curso Profesorado – 15-19 Nov 2021- estudiar el Sol para viajar al interior de las estrellas
Conference: work at ESA 16 Nov (in Spanish)
Would you like to pursue a career at ESA? Know the work options that ESA provides
Space Science Experience
Work on scientific cases with us at ESAC or in your school
CESAR Trainees Opportunities 2022: deadline 20 Nov 2021
6-months experience at ESA/ESAC for university students
Solar Observatory
See the Sun online and use the images in the on line tools for science
Solar Eclipse 2019
Total Solar Eclipse 2 of July with live connection and different talks
CESAR is an educational ESA initiative whose main objective is to engage secondary school students with the wonders of astronomy and, more generally, science and technology.

See our For Educators section to see what experiences we offer.

Read more about CESAR
20/01/2022 - New 2022 ESA Young Graduate Trainee opportunities
ESA has announced the 2022 opportunities for YGT positions. Ready to apply?
21/12/2021 - CESAR Teacher workshops, in Spanish, organized for the school year (2021-2022)
Teacher workshops designed by the CESAR Team, in collaboration with the teacher centres CTIF (Madrid), CFIRE (Valencia), CEUCD (Canarias) as well as the institutions ESA, el Centro de Astrobiología (CAB), el Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC), el Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA) and la Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias de Valencia, among others.
17/12/2021 - Red Planet, ESA and PLAYMOBIL
Explore the Red Planet with ESA and PLAYMOBIL !
12/11/2021 - ESA - Conoce la Agencia Espacial Europea (es)
Conferencia para conocer la ESA y para poder trabajar en ella

Presentation by Javier Ventura - ESA/ESAC/CESAR (English)
ExoMars Mission
ExoMars Scientist Bernhard Geiher makes an overview of the recent ESA mission ExoMars
Checking satellites before launch
VAL Consortium head David Argiles explains the verifications a satellite has to go through in order to minimize failures once in space.
Solar Orbiter
Engineer Jose Luis Gasset makes an introduction to the study of the Sun and ESAs last mission: Solar Orbiter