Here you can find important documents, pictures, and other useful things. More media will be added as the project progresses, so be sure to check back later!

Version 4 of the SED was written in preparation for the Experiment Acceptance Review (EAR). While the Launch Campaign is still a few weeks away, the project is now nearing its completion. (PDF Download)

This video was created by Luleå University of Technology to show the Swedish government how important Space research is. Several stars from IRIS and our sister project EXIST are featured. (Played on site)

In June 2017, IRIS attended the 23rd ESA PAC Symposium, held in Visby. This paper gives a brief overview of the mission, scientific background, design, and expected results. (PDF Download)

All you need to know about the project, concentrated into a single page. (PDF Download)

This document explains the scientific goals and early designs of the IRIS project. (PDF Download)

The SED (Student Experiment Document) is a document that is continuously updated throughout the project. It includes all information related to the project, and is therefore extremely important. This first version was written in preparation for the Preliminary Design Review, held during the Student Training Week in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany. (PDF Download)

This verson of the SED was updated according to the feedback received at the Preliminary Design Review held in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany. (PDF Download)

This version was written in preparation for the Critical Design Review (CDR) and contains an updated and nearly finalized design. (PDF Download)

This is an updated version of the SED 2.0, based on feedback received from the Critical Design Review. Among other things you can find updated technical drawings. (PDF Download)

This version was written in preparation for the IPR. (PDF Download)

This article was published by the Atmospheric Science Group at Luleå University of Technology, and gives a brief overview of the two BEXUS teams IRIS and EXIST. (External link)

For the first time ever, a university has three teams active in the REXUS/BEXUS programme. Read about this unique achievement here: (External link)

The Swedish Radio Station P4 Norrbotten recently interview three students participating in the REXUS/BEXUS programme, among them our Project Manager Gustaf Ljungné. Listen to it here: (External link)

Would you like to show your support for the IRIS team? Do you also enjoy fancy colors? Here you will find a full size version of the team logo. (Displayed on Site)

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