CanSat 2022 Winners

May 10, 2022 | News

For this year’s CanSat contest, entries were launched in September 2021.
14 teams from 8 Luxembourg schools registered for a total of 87 students.

In November, 14 teachers were trained to coach their team in the development of their satellite.
The teams then had about 5 months to build their mini-satellite.

A panel of 3 space experts monitored the teams’ progress through regular reports that the teams were required to submit.

On Saturday April 23, 10 teams completed their CanSat, ready for launch at Elsenborn air base.

  • LML Makers of Michel Lucius High School
  • Lënster Space FalCan of Lënster Lycée International School
  • Sodar System from Lux Tech School
  • Nobel BeAr of the Lycée Robert-Schuman
  • Ad Astra of the Lycée Robert Schuman
  • NESMA of Fieldgen Private School
  • TON618 (LGE1) of the Lycée de garçons Esch-sur-Alzette
  • Nee (LGE2) of the Lycée de garçons Esch-sur-Alzette
  • The Ark (LGE3) of the Lycée de garçons Esch-sur-Alzette
  • LHCE Rocketmen of the Lycée Hubert Clément Esch

On Saturday May 7, the CanSat teams came to the Luxembourg Science Center to present their project.

Here are this year’s winners:

3rd place: LTS Sodar System of the Luxembourg Tech School
2nd place: The Ark from the Lycée de garçons Esch-sur-Alzette
1st place: Lënster Space FalCan from Lënster Lycée International School

The “Lënster Space FalCan” team will represent Luxembourg at the European CanSat competition in Bologna, Italy, from June 20 to 25!

The jury congratulates all the participants who have produced very good projects!

Congratulations to all and see you next year!