Event ID:  2408
Contact Name:  sharafat
Contact Email:  nixad2010@mail.ru
Contact Phone:  0505871217
Organization:  school
Event Web Site: 
Dates:  5th October 2010 to 5th October 2010
Type:  School
Country:  Azerbaijan
State/Province:  city
City:  ismailli
Location:  europe
Event Name:  World Space Week
Event Description:  . World Space Week is now celebrated in our school. This week marks an international event known as World Space Week. World Space Week is an international celebration of space science and the benefits enjoyed by the human race as a result of space-related technology. Goals of the festivities include arousing public interest in space exploration, educating children about space, and promoting international cooperation in space-related endeavors. the theme of World Space Week 2010 was "Exploring the Universe." This theme related to astronomy, human travel in space, exploitation of space resources, and the goal of extraterrestrial human colonization. It is also the theme is "Space for Education" as Space can help excite and motivate students to learn. We gave informayion about The universe, which is believed to have born some 13 million years ago, is home to an unknown and immense number of galaxies. The most widely accepted theory on the evolution of the universe is the big bang theory, according to which the universe has been expanding since its conception. The massive explosion in the extremely hot primordial cloud resulted in the formation of galaxies. On the basis of their distance from the Sun they can be listed as Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune with Mercury occupying the nearest and the Neptune the farthest position from the Sun. Venus and Mars can be observed with the naked eye during clear nights. Basically the planets are divided into two groups; the terrestrial planets or inner planets, and gas giants or outer planets. The four terrestrial planets, namely Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars, have a characteristic solid rocky surface whereas the four gas planets namely Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune lack a sold surface. Unlike the terrestrial planets there is no clear boundary between their surface and atmosphere.They are massive gaseous objects in which the density of the gas increases as it moves towards the core but never solidifies to give a rocky surface. Mercury, which is the closest to the Sun, is the second densest planet in the solar system and has no natural satellites. Venus: It is probably the first planet identified, as it is the brightest object in the sky with the exception of Sun and moon. Even though Venus occupies the second position it is hotter than Mercury because of its very dense atmosphere. Like Mercury, it too doesnít have a natural satellite. Earth: It is the only planet in the solar system which sustains life. It is the densest planet among the eight members of the solar system and has one natural satellite; the moon. Mars: Circled by two small natural satellites, this red planet follows the sun in a greatly elliptical orbit. In addition to that it is the site of Olympus Mons, the largest mountain in the solar system. Jupiter: It is both the biggest and the fastest planet and has the most moons in the solar system. Saturn: Often identified by its rings, this planet is the second both in size and in number of moons in the solar system. Even though all Jovian planets have rings, Saturnís rings are the most conspicuous. Both Uranus and Neptune are blue in colour and have a number of moons. All the attendance were active and interested in our event/
Report on the Results:  After the the event we asked participants to prepare different pictures according to this topic/
Attendance:  248
Media Impressions:  0
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