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World Space Week

SPACE celebrates World Space Week in October, every year with more than 500 exciting programmes through the month of October with its associated schools and enthusiasts in India to join in the largest celebration of public space event based on a specific theme. SPACE encourages everybody to celebrate World Space Week all the way up to the 3rd week of October.

Theme for the year 2016 is Remote Sensing: Enabling our Future. The announced theme is an inward looking theme, which celebrates Earth Observation from Space for the betterment of the human race. It highlights a host of classic Earth Observation missions which emphasizes on applications such as environment and agriculture monitoring, land use mapping and new uses such as location based services.

Organise any Astronomy Event: We recommended our associated members and volunteers to hold any WSW-themed activities during the month of October, and submit the report online to SPACE website which will be then compiled bearing the school's name and sent to the World Space Week team at the UN.

'Space and Astronomy Talks – SAT': SPACE has organized off-beat discussions on Astronomy and Space Sciences from guests around the world. The sessions were conducted through Google Hangouts with Dr Bhupendra Singh, Mars One - Manned Mission to Mars on October 27 at 11:00 AM and 'SPACE EXPLORATION' with Science Bob on October 28 at 4:30 PM.

World Space Week

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