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The events are timed to the launch of the first artificial Earth satellite on October 4, 1957.
World Space Week is celebrated from 4 to 10 October. Non-profit organizations have prepared events during which Muscovites will be able to listen to the stories of an astronaut, learn more about science in space and discover new celestial bodies.
Learn more about living and working in space
You can find out what it is like to be an astronaut by watching the recording of Alexander Lazutkin’s speech at the conference “Experiment in Space” of the Center for Continuing Education “Future Cosmonauts”. The pilot-cosmonaut will tell you what delights and what frightens in space, what can be done in one round-the-world trip and what unidentified flying objects are found in space. You can watch the video by this link.
And today, October 5, at 19:00, a live broadcast will take place with an expert from the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Pyotr Mukhachev. He will talk about the peculiarities of scientific activities in space, as well as why and how experiments are carried out in zero gravity. The broadcast will be available on the YouTube channel of the Cosmonautics Popularization Organization Space Flight. You can join by link.
Listen to lectures and watch films about the solar system
To improve knowledge of space, you can use thematic collections of materials on the community page “Space Flight” in the social network “In contact with”… There are lectures on the colonization of Mars, documentaries about Voyagers, a podcast on modern lunar exploration, photographs of Pluto, its moon Charon, and much more.
Call a star by your name
Education Support Foundation “Noosphere” launched a digital educational course in astronomy “Opening in a week”… As part of the course, schoolchildren in astronomy lessons discover variable stars, the brightness of which can change over time, or even asteroids.
Especially for the course, the Noosphere team has developed a set of teaching aids. During classes, students receive remote support from astronomers, as well as online access to the best domestic and foreign telescopes.
During the testing of the educational course, young astronomers have already discovered more than two dozen variable stars. The students recorded these data in a specialized international catalog, assigning their surname to the discovered objects.
To join the course, you must leave an application. This can be done by a representative of the school this link.
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