An overview of school projects of interest in work with Sarepta resources.
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|Science fiction – science fact|
|Whether it's Star Trek's USS Enterprise, or the iconic space station from 2001: A Space Odyssey, science fiction has always provided inspiration and ideas for the scientists and engineers that design and build real spacecraft.|
|Take your classroom into space|
|With Europe's Columbus laboratory safely attached to the International Space Station, this is a good time to come up with new ideas for experiments that can be carried out onboard the station to demonstrate the effects of weightlessness to young students. Deadline 30 May 2008.|
|Galathea 3 expedition and Satellite Eye|
|The Satellite Eye for Galathea 3 project combines observations from the Galathea 3 expedition and satellite image information for use in education with the aim to demonstrate that physical sciences are an exciting subject. |
|Exciting challenges at the space centre ESTEC|
|In March 2005 graduate engineer Åge-Raymond Riise went from exciting tasks at Andøya Rocket Range to new challenges as a Young Graduate Trainee in ESTEC, ESA’s technical centre in the Netherlands.|
|Pupils get help from space|
|The pupils at Steigen Central School in Northern part of Norway, are using satellite images and GPS in order to find unknown ancient monuments. In their search for, among other things, an ancient Seats of Chieftains, recordings of Engeløya were made from the Quick Bird satellite 4th June 2004.|
|Sign up now for new ISS Education Kit|
|Starting in the autumn ESA will distribute the new International Space Station Education Kit for pupils aged 12-15.
Complete the ISS Education Kit request form and get a free copy to the school.
|ESA invites primary school teachers to workshop|
|The European Space Agency (ESA) invites primary school teachers to "Teach Space" workshop at the European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 3-4 March 2003.|
|ESA and Netd@ys 2002|
|As part of Netd@ys Europe 2002 ESA proposes that primary or secondary teachers select Earth observation satellite images as the basis for class projects.|
|Information from Ninth Information Youth Forum, Granada, Spain|
|3 pupils from Romsdal upper secondary school in Norway got the third prize for their project about the Gulf Stream.|
|The role of Sun in climatic change|
|Alex Kirby, BBC Environment Correspondent, had the following, interesting presentation at Eurisy´s Ninth Information Youth Forum in Granada, Spain, 2th November 2001.|