Over 80 students from various disciplines are working together in the non-profit association to achieve this goal.
The rockets are developed and constructed in different modules:
Our Safety Officers ensures the safety of the entire Aerospace Team Graz when testing and handling hazardous substances.
The Business Team is divided into Marketing and System Administration:
The Aerospace Team Graz also benefits from the help of an Advisory Board, a committee of supporters who monitor progress at technical reviews and support the students with their feedback and experiences.
Space travel is booming – again! Seemingly dormant for a long period of time, interest in the sector has reawakened with a vengeance. The list of planned missions is extensive, ranging from space tourism to scientific projects and even to putting the first humans on Mars. The interest in this sector shows no signs of shrinking and, in fact, it has enormous growth potential.
At Aerospace Team Graz, we are involved in the development and construction of rockets and all associated subsystems. For this reason, students from almost all fields of study make up the team. This gives them the chance to jointly apply the theoretical knowledge from their studies in practice and to gain a lot of experience.
In about 5 billion years, the sun will make it impossible to live in our solar system. By that point in time, it would be good if we have left our system and be well on our way to a new one. So we had better hurry…there is not much time left!
If you are just as enthusiastic as we are about aerospace and can imagine getting involved in a student team, ASTG is the right place for you!
Take the chance and gain practical experience during your studies or write your Bachelor or Master thesis at Aerospace Team Graz. Whether you choose one of the technical modules or you want to get involved in marketing, at ASTG you have the opportunity to gain new skills and take on new perspectives.
Become part of the team, meet new people and build a rocket!
In October 2021, Aerospace Team Graz took part for the first time in the European Rocketry Challenge (EuRoC) in the 3km category self-developed solid propulsion. With its AVES rocket, the team won the Technical Award for the best technical documentation.