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Event ID:  27272
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Contact Phone:  0748823968
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Dates:  4th October 2019 to 10th October 2019
Physical Event:  Yes
Type:  Public
Start/End Type:  Starts During WSW
Country:  Romania
State/Province:  BOTOȘANI
Address:  Botosani, Calea Națională 123
Event Name:  Luna- viitorul omenirii?
Event Description:  • Because World Space Week has been a great opportunity for stakeholders to work together and help students / teachers / local community inspire and stimulate interest in space study, STEM science and education in general. • Knowing the significance of the days of October 4th, 1957 and October 10th, 1967, which mark the following events: - October 4th, 1957 - launch of the first artificial satellite of the Earth, Sputnik 1, which opened the way of space exploration; - October 10th, 1967 - Signing of the Treaty on the principles governing the activities of states in the peaceful exploration of the cosmic space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies • To educate in the spirit of the benefits that WSW offers as a result of exploring and using the cosmic space; • To promote the image of my institution as an institution that deals with the exploration and use of cosmic space for the benefit of humanity
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Report on the Results:  • At the beginning of the activity on October 11th, 2011 at the Professional School of Cooperation -Botosani posters, Power Point presentations, models made by students were presented to promote the event. • Information about space seen from the perspective of STEM disciplines in the debates was presented. There were accessed websites containing studies, scientifically relevant information, aiming at the formation and expansion of the Universe, the Planetary System, other celestial bodies known by the students. • The students in the 9th grade participated in the Model Contest (dioramas) with the theme "Our Solar System" in which they presented their own vision regarding the shape and structure of the solar system. All participating students were rewarded with diplomas. • After finishing the activity, a group of 48 students with four teachers went to the Planetarium of the "Stefan cel Mare" University in Suceava where they attended an astronomy lesson presented on a virtual sky by the specialists of the astronomical observatory. The students received information about the orientation methods in the field at night, knowing the positions of the stars in relation to the Polar Star or the geographical coordinates of the place.
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