Project Endeavour intends to provide members an outlet for scientific and policy ventures. Through report writing, scientific payload design, and dataset analysis, students collaborate to address real-world scientific and political questions.
Throughout the year, Endeavour will collaborate with other Bruin Space projects to design and launch several scientific payloads. These payloads allow students to conduct their own independent space science research and develop skills critical to being a scientist.
Endeavour will first tackle designing and building a muon detector, which will launch onboard Project Overseer's third balloon in Winter Quarter of 2018.
Space Policy Newsletter
In matters of policy, members observe policy changes in international and domestic governments and the economic ventures of both oldspace and newspace companies to determine their effects on the current state of the aerospace industry. Students report their findings through newsletters published every quarter.
Intercollegiate Space Policy Debate
After successfully participating in a debate against Berkeley in the previous year, Bruin Space will host another policy debate that will tackle issues from export control to orbital debris.