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European Space Agency – Space for Kids

European Space Agency – Space for Kids

Visual for the May 2024 Space Expo Contest

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Wouldn't you like to see your space art pieces displayed on the ESA Kids website? Here's the chance! Each month we will focus on a different topic. Topics covered range from orbits to planets, including astronauts and even asteroids.

Why do we send robots into space and not humans? Robots can go where we can't: cold places, hot places, dangerous places – robots are up to the challenge! They can explore planets, take pictures, measure temperature, sample rocks and soil with drills, and much more!
Robots can also help astronauts accomplish various tasks in space, inside or outside the International Space Station! On the International Space Station, the European robotic arm helps astronauts perform tasks outside the station. It closely resembles a human arm, with an elbow, shoulders, and even wrists. It is equipped with cameras and can move astronauts during a spacewalk.

This month's competition: Robots in space

Applications must reach us before May 31, 2024.

You can participate by sending a drawing, painting, mobile phone, etc. It's up to you to use your imagination!

Be creative and show us your imagination Robots in space Through art!
We will select the best works to be displayed at the Space Gallery and will receive a special award from the European Space Agency.

Visit the ESA Kids website regularly to find out the lucky winners of our monthly contests!

Upload your artwork or mail it to: ESA Education, ESTEC, Keplerlaan 1, PO Box 299 NL-2200 AG Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

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Please note that designs will not be returned. Due to the large number of participants, we do not send acknowledgment of receipt of every application. Only winners will be contacted by ESA.

You must be under 12 years of age to participate in the competition.

ESA astronaut Christer Vogelsang

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