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World Space Week brings student experiments to space!

11 March 2015 – University of Toronto Schools has been selected to fly student experiments in space! A student proposal was accepted into the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP) which runs in collaboration with National Center for Earth and Space...

The WORLD in World Space Week

In light of our current World Space Week 2015 poster contest we thought we show you what world wide distribution of our poster really means, and how it is one of the leading instruments for space outreach to kids and students across countries and cultures. Because in...

Announcing the World Space Week 2015 theme: “Discovery”

This evening we are proudly announcing the theme for World Space Week 2015: “Discovery” “Discovery” is an outward looking theme, celebrating deep space exploration. It means to highlight missions like ESA Gaia, Kepler, Herschel, Hubble, etc. and emphasizes discoveries...

New World Space Week Website

Today we released an all new website for World Space Week. With this new site we are totally up to date with 2014 website standards again, using a modern WordPress template. This new website was created with the help of a few good friends that volunteered a lot more...
World Space Week 2013 Highlights

World Space Week 2013 Highlights

World Space Week 2013 Highlights   The world celebrated space from 4 to 10 October 2013,  with a record-breaking 1,420 events in 80 nations.  World Space Week doubled the number of events in comparison to 2012, which was also a record-breaking year! The 10...

Sample invitiation letter

The letter below can be used to invite space-related organizations to hold events during World Space Week: SAMPLE INVITATION LETTER Dear …, As you know, the success of space programmes relies greatly on public understanding and support. It is therefore important to...
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