Watch the Space Talks for students.
Summer Homework provided by JAXA and NAOJ.
Join the APRSAF-29 Online Stargazing Event from home!
Open to students from all over the world.
*You do not have to participate in all the activities.
Dr. Kelly BlumenthalIAU Office for Astronomy Outreach
Dr. Hiroya YamaguchiInstitute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA
For students who cannot see the Summer Triangle from your area this season,
you can observe the Orion constellation.
*When you stargaze:
Observe stars from a safe place where there is no danger from vehicles.
Do not stargaze alone and please be sure you're accompanied by adults.
Make Your Original Constellation!
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Send your homework to the JAXA Academy (email@example.com) by email.
We will select and present the best entries during the online stargazing event and on our YouTube channel.
Overview of the Event
Have you ever wondered what the stars look like from other countries in the world? Well now you can see what they look like from the comfort of your own home!
SE4AWG will be broadcasting live videos of stars and constellations taken by multiple observatory locations around the world.
The APRSAF-29 *1 Online Stargazing Event will be held for students everywhere.
Through this event, SE4AWG is directed at children to foster a sense of adventure and creativity, to enjoy the stars, the universe, and space education, to know how the stars and constellations appear in the sky depending on the latitude and time zone, and international exchange by looking at the starry sky at the same time.
Any student can participate by registering here on the website.
*1 Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum (APRSAF)
*2 Please check the time in your time zone. For students who watch the event late at night, please watch with adults.
*3 If it rains, we will show recorded videos or/and slides explaining about stars and constellations.