InSight’s landing at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA – 2nd day: Landing day, 26th November

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Second day at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, “the landing day” or also called “D-Day” for the InSight team, but also for the partners of the project in France (Centre National d’ Etudes Spatiales, Institut physique du Globe de Paris, University of Nantes, SODERM) who had worked...

InSight’s landing at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA – 1st day, 25th November

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Scientix has been invited to participate to Mars InSight Landing in NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, on Nov 25 – Nov 26 2018. Selected among 30 social media influencers (from over more than 700 applications) to take part in this tour of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory about the...

Collecting plastic on an “apparently clean” beach in Cyprus

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Have you ever thought there is plastic on a clean beach? Read on to find out how to build a sustainable world free from plastic! On a sunny Tuesday morning in Faro Beach in Paphos Cyprus, a group of people with white caps are searching for something in the...

STEM, new trends and pedagogy of the (near) future

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Why STEM? In the United States the first changes seen in school occurred after President George W. Bush signed the No Child Left Behind Act in 2001, later updated under the Obama legislation in 2015. The focus is now on a new method of student training in order to guarantee greater...

Space technologies – What’s new out there?

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Photo credits: ESA-NASA Space tourists, Mars and Moon missions, and robots that serve humans at International Space Station (ISS)…those pictures are not coming from a sci-fi movie script, not any more. With the rapid development of space industry, we enter the fourth industrial revolution, and next generations have to...

Travelling in Ivo Jokin’s Spacecraft, or Astronomy Workshop for Bulgarian and Refugee children

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Disclaimer: This article was first featured here and republished with changes on the Scientix blog, with Ivo Jokin’s  consent. The Scientix blog is not responsible for the correctness of any information featured in the post.   Multi Kulti’s Children’s Programme continued on 30 May 2017 with 4 astronomy workshops...