This is the official website for the University of Arizona chapter of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space, a club devoted to furthering awareness and the presence of humans in space through projects, outreach, and trips.

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UASEDS is a student club interested in the benefits of space exploration. Our goal is to promote the virtues of space exploration and explore the concept as well as possibilities of it. As we are the UA chapter, we are particularly interested in Arizona’s role in the history and future of the exploration of space.

As a club we do various activities throughout the year. UASEDS projects have included launching a probe to the edge of space and returning 360 degree images from an altitude of 30 km, building an 18″ dobsonian telescope, and flying experiments on NASA’s Zero G planes. The club frequently participates in outreach to help spread space science awareness at local schools and special events. Trips to space related sites – like SpaceX or NASA headquarters – in, and sometimes out of, state are a main part of the club as well.