A survey of new and completed competitions focusing on space. The target group are students in primary and secondary school. Are you interested in this? Send a word to Sarepta’s web editor if you know about current competitions that we ought to advertise.
|ESA looks for a name for its next long-term mission to the ISS|
|In May 2009, ESA astronaut Frank De Winne, of Belgian nationality and a member of the European Astronaut Corps, will fly to the International Space Station for a six-month mission. ESA is holding a competition to find a name for the mission. Deadline 15 October 2008.|
|Web quiz on space weather and International Heliophysical Year|
|SWEETS invites to participate on the world-wide first web quiz on space weather and International Heliophysical Year. The question and regulations for the quiz are available on the SWEETS (Space Weather and Europe - an Educational Tool with the Sun) homepage. Deadline 15th July 2007.|
|Competition: send your playlist to space with ATV!|
|If you think you can come up with the ideal playlist for astronauts flying around the Earth in the International Space Station , ESA wants to hear from you.|
|Draw Your Own Space Robot Competition, deadline 1 March|
|Imagine that you have been chosen to be the first person to travel to Mars! The journey will take six months and you will have to travel on your own as there won’t be enough life support facilities for a companion! Draw your own robot to travel with you to Mars which is millions of kilometres away from Earth. Your robot can be any size, shape or form.|
|Postcards from Venus: enter the Planetary Society Art Contest|
|ESA’s Venus Express mission will be the first spacecraft in more than 10 years to visit our nearest planetary neighbour. To celebrate a new phase of exploration of Earth’s sister world, the Planetary Society has teamed with ESA to invite youths and adults worldwide to enter the Venus Express Art Contest.|
|Youths won competition and a journey to Svalbard|
|On the 9th September 2005 Lena from Sulitjelma and Attiya from Oslo went on a trip to Svalstat, the receiving station on Svalbard. NAROM was host for the trip. The youths won the drawing from among the Norwegian participants in EUMETSAT’s competition concerning the most enthusiastic and talented satellite meteorologists.|
|SCIENCE FICTION WRITING COMPETITION "FROM EARTH TO PLANET X"|
|EURISY, in cooperation with the Norwegian Centre for Space-related Education (NAROM) and UNESCO invite students in age groups 12-14 and 15-17 year olds to attend a science fiction contest. |
|Young Satellite Meteorologist Competition|
|Europe’s latest weather satellite will be launched in 2005 and you and your friends can win a trip to join in the launch celebrations live at mission headquarters in Germany. For this and a host of other prizes, enter the EUMETSAT Young Satellite Meteorologist Competition, open to students aged 15-16 in schools across Europe. |
|International science fiction writing contest the school year 2003-2004|
|Are you between 16 and 19 years old, interested in the outer space and enjoy to write stories? Submit your story- and may be you are the one of two winners who will participate at European Space Camp at Andøya in North Norway summer 2004.|
|INTERNATIONAL ESSAY CONTEST ON “SPACE IN OUR LIVES”|
|EURISY and UNESCO invite students aged 11-15 years old to an international essay contest the school year 2003-2004. |
|International children's art contest the school year 2003-2004|
|Can we live in space? What does a space station look like? How will people live on other planets? Will you ever move to another planet?
In co-operation with EURISY and UNESCO, the Norwegian Space Centre invites children between the ages 6 and 10 from all over the world to take part in an international art contest.