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Event ID:  2763
Contact Name:  Tatiana Pana; Mariana Osman
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Contact Phone:  +40-723-847-263
Organization:  Sf. Vasile School
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Dates:  4th October 2011 to 6th October 2011
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Type:  School
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Country:  Romania
State/Province:  Prahova
City:  Ploiesti
Location:  145, Republicii Boulevard, Ploiesti
Event Name:  The end of the space shuttle programme
Event Description:  On the 4-th of October, at 4 o'clock GMT,at the Sf. Vasile School, Ploiesti, the guests: students and their parents, teachers and people from the community will learn and see many things about the space shuttle programme from two teachers of this school who were at Nasa. All the people will see photos and films about the shuttle, the crowler, the vehicle assambly bay and the launch pad. We will have space shuttle models, as well.
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Report on the Results:  The students, their parents, reporters from "Cutezatorii"-a national magazine for children, the teachers and the headmaster of the "Sf. Vasile" School saw a presentation about the space shuttle program made by Tatiana Pana and Mariana Osman who were this summer at the Advanced Space Academy for Educators at Huntsville and Kennedy Space Center. The children were very happy to launch an inflatable shuttle using balloons with helium. They also tried to be good pilots of the space shuttle and inspired specialists at the Mission Control to dock the space shuttle at the International Space Station. The students saw photos made by their teachers at Cap Canaveral with the shuttle Atlantis at its final mission. Many people all over the country heard about the celebration of "The International Space Week" at our school reading the articles about space shuttle from "Cutezatorii" magazine.
Attendance:  100
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Media Impressions:  3000
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