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Heading for the Stars

23 October 2015

For the third year running, Sterrenlab is hosting the European Southern Observatory (ESO) Astronomy Camp at the Astronomical Observatory in Aosta, Italy. Places for the camp are competitive and students must submit a 3-minute video, which is graded on the criteria of scientific correctness, motivation, originality, diversity and willingness to engage in group activities. 

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On Friday, October 16th 2015 the successful 56 applicants were announced, and Tyger Plant (IGWa) was chosen from a strong field of approximately 1200 international applicants age between 16-18 to spend the week after Christmas on the Italian Alps, close to some of Europe's highest peaks, under a clear sky.

During the winter camp, students will explore the theme of the Solar System and exoplanets through lectures and activities, as well as night-time observations through the Observatory telescopes.

Congratulations to Tyger, and the school wishes him success on this camp. What a STAR!

 

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