BBC article <br /><br /><font color="yellow"> "The first satellite built entirely by European students is set to lift off from Plesetsk in Russia on Thursday." </font><br /><br /><font color="yellow"> "SSETI Express carries a camera to take images of the Earth and (will deploy) three tiny "cubesats" to carry out experiments. It will also act as a transponder to relay amateur radio signals." </font><br /><br />and.....<br /><br /><font color="yellow"> "In conjunction with the European Space Agency (Esa), which funds the project, the students hope to construct and launch several micro-satellites and potentially more complex projects such as a <b> moonlander </b>." </font><br /><br />Sounds like quite an interesting student programme, well I think it deserves a mention. Here's the project website, SSETI .