18:30 – Workshop close, to the Pub. Good times to be had by all.
18:00 – The MBed award for the most engious circiut goes to Laurence Stant for liking his device to his phone’s Blue Tooth! Impressive.
16:45 - Dan Kent from Vega has arrived to deliever his workshop on Satalite operations. People on this workshop will be trying to locate the Death Star from thier earth orbit satalite.
15:45 – MBed workshop well under way now with lots of electronic gizmos making an appearance!
15:40 – Err… big gap here as my laptop broke … again… but we did get the branch summit done. Successful hour of finding out how our enthusiastic branches are getting on and brainstorming lots of projects ideas.
12:10 – Apparently the moon has the biggest impact crater in the solar system on it! it’s 12km deep
12:07 – Dr. Ian Crawford his currently doing his presentation on “The Scientific Case for renewed Robotic
and Human Exploration of the Moon”. Talking about the evolution of life during the bombardment of the early solar system.
11:51 – Just finished registering everyone – attendance is at 50 but I’ve almost certainly missed some people
11:00 – High altitude ballooning is looking good with a helium balloon floating in the workshop and teams of people hectically drawing plans for asteroid excavation on to big sheets of paper. Even My laptop, which had died has decided to come back to life! Things are looking good at the moment, if we could just find a kettle!
Everyone is here, the kinks have ironed out, and the first workshops are in progress! The UKSEDS November workshop is underway!