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Engaging Bright Minds, through a Virtual Space Program.

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Acquire and improve your knowledge of maths, physics, logic and programming.


A Virtual Space Program - Meaningful Learning!

Although everything is virtual, all the laws of physics and the behavior of all the components are simulated in a realistic way.

Space Sciences

Our Space Missions are modeled after missions from real space agencies.

Teaching content

Each mission comes with the background material you need to understand the problem, including text, images, and video tutorials.

Sharing Tasks

Team missions, where each member is responsible for creating the solution to a part of the problem.

Virtual missions? But they feel so real!

All our missions are created based on real systems and their physical and mathematical details.
When launching a rocket, for example, details such as air resistance, atmospheric pressure, atmospheric density as a function of altitude, fuel consumption rate, etc. are modeled.
In addition, the missions are presented with precise visual details to increase the level of immersion of the students.

Realtime Simulations
All events are simulated in real time, with the option of speed control to simulate slow or fast motion.

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Simple missions. Complex missions.

Students choose the complexity of the missions they want to complete.
Some are as simple as controlling the activation of an alarm when the temperature of a fuel tank exceeds ten degrees Celsius.
Others, as complex as controlling liquid nitrogen injectors in a superconducting levitation system.

Teaching material for each mission.
Each mission is accompanied by texts, images and didactic videos that explain the problem to be solved, the elements and equipment involved and the necessary scientific concepts.


Some of the most common questions about our Special Program and our Space Missions

What is the Space Program ?

The Space Program is a list of missions with varying levels of complexity that BRASA plans to implement in the next 5 years, ranging from CO 2 measurement inside a lunar module to vertical stabilization control by returning a rocket to the base from which it was launched.
In short, it covers all the technology activities involved in launching and recovering space vehicles.

What are the missions?

Space Missions are unique and independent tasks whose solution is achieved by creating control logic diagrams.
These logic diagrams are based on reading and obtaining data from sensors, and activating various types of actuators (electrical, optical, electronic, mechanical, mathematical, etc.).
Each mission is accompanied by teaching materials (images, texts and videos), which include all the information on needs to solve the problem.
It is the student's task to learn the required concepts and use them in practice, making the contents visible as part of the learning process.
When necessary, BRASA will indicate supplementary material in the form of external links, books, videos, etc.                       
NOTE: Most Missions can be completed in many different ways.

Who creates the Missions?

The BRASA command team defines the objectives of the space program .
These goals are reviewed and expanded twice a year.
Suggestions are welcome!

How much does it cost to participate?

BRASA is 100% free. No one has to pay anything, to use our platform.
Whoever wants can use everything they want for free.

How can I help?

You can promote our link and our videos in schools in your city.
Just get in touch.


If you want more information or have questions, please contact us.


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