Welcome to Stardust

Asteroid and space debris research and training network


Research at the Edge of Tomorrow


Training the next generation to guarantee tomorrow


Facilitating public engagement with science

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Earth About Us

What is Stardust?

Asteroids and space debris represent a significant hazard for space and terrestrial assets; at the same time asteroids represent also an opportunity. 

Earth Research

At the Edge of Tomorrow

The desirable life cycle for both asteroids and space debris demonstrates that a number of underpinning technologies needs to be developed to mitigate the risk posed by both types of objects.

Earth Training

For our Future

Industry would need to work in close collaboration with academia and, given the global threat represented by both asteroids and space debris, also with decision makers in agencies and governments.

Earth Outreach

Facilitating Engagement

Stardust is a non-profit European Commission funded project whose main aims are education, training and research. As such it is important to us that we engage with people everywhere we can.
As part of our Outreach activities we will be presenting workshops and exhibitions to the public in various locations.

newspaper News & Events

Stardust's Davide Amato public talk
Stardust's Davide Amato, an Early Stage Researcher working in Universidad Politécnica de Madrid gave a talk on his Stardust research at the Matematica&Realtà event in Viareggio, Italy.Read more...

Stardust Researcher presents 'Brown Bag' public talk in Bremen
Stardust Early Stage Researcher Natalia Ortiz Gomez will present a public talk on her research into space debris mitigation today in Bremen.Read more...

Stardust researcher Amerlia Earhart fellowship success!

Stardust Early Stage Researcher Natalia has recently been awarded the Amelia Earhart Fellowship for her research on removal methods for space debris.