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April 29, 2024

Moonshot Project covered by the media in Austria

During last days media have published the arrival of the Moonshot Project Programme to Austria, here’ a list of main press reviews.

Six schools will offer “NASA courses” from 2024/25

From the 2024/25 school year, students from six Austrian schools can take courses from the US space agency NASA. Education Minister Martin Polaschek (ÖVP) signed a corresponding cooperation agreement with NASA today.

Original link: Science.apa.at 19/Apr/2024

BM Polaschek signs cooperation agreement with US space agency NASA

NASA courses for school students in the future

Original link: Ots.at 19/Apr/2024

Starting in the fall, students will be able to take NASA space courses

Education Minister Polaschek signs a cooperation agreement with the space agency for non-binding exercises in schools on topics related to space

Original link: DerStandard 19/Apr/2024

Off to space!

From the 2024/25 school year, students from six Austrian schools can take courses from the US space agency NASA. Education Minister Martin Polaschek has signed a corresponding cooperation agreement with NASA.

Original link: Schule.at 22/Apr/2024

NASA space courses for local schools

New cooperation agreement for knowledge transfer

Original link: DerStandard 24/Apr/2024

Austria: NASA courses for school students in the future

BM Polaschek signs cooperation agreement with US space agency NASA. A press release from the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research.

Original link: Raumfahrer 19/Apr/2024

NASA expert: “Life out there is likely”

The US space agency NASA is on the lookout for young talent – and the head of the legendary Space Center in Houston, William T. Harris, is also promoting this in Vienna. From the coming school year, there will be special “NASA courses” at six educational institutions. A contract to this effect was signed by Education Minister Martin Polaschek on Friday.

Original link: Krone 20/Apr/2024

Austrian schools can apply for NASA courses

Starting in the coming school year, Austrian students will have the exciting opportunity to take “NASA courses” and immerse themselves in space travel and space science. To this end, Education Minister Martin Polaschek (ÖVP) signed a cooperation agreement with representatives of the US space agency NASA on Friday. A competition to select participating schools will start soon.

Original link: Meinbezirk 19/Apr/2024

Schools can apply for NASA courses

Six schools are selected.
According to the “Train-the Trainer” program, there will be courses on space travel from 2024/25.

Original link: Oe3.Orf 08/Apr/2024

Polaschek signs cooperation agreement with NASA

From the coming school year 2024/25, the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research is offering students at six schools the exciting opportunity to take “NASA courses”. For this purpose, Martin Polaschek, Federal Minister of Education, Science and Research and representatives of the US space agency NASA signed a cooperation agreement for the first time in the history of Austrian education policy.

Original link: VolksBlatt 19/Apr/2024

Schools can apply for NASA courses

The Ministry of Education is offering AHS upper secondary schools and vocational middle and higher schools (BMHS) a cooperation with the US space agency NASA from the next school year. A total of six schools will have the opportunity to initially have teachers trained by NASA as part of an online “train-the-trainer” program. They should then pass on their knowledge to the students in courses (in the form of non-binding exercises).

Original link: Noen 08/Apr/2024

Schools can apply for NASA courses

The Ministry of Education is offering AHS upper secondary schools and vocational middle and higher schools (BMHS) a cooperation with the US space agency NASA from the next school year. A total of six schools will have the opportunity to initially have teachers trained by NASA as part of an online “train-the-trainer” program. They should then pass on their knowledge to the students in courses (in the form of non-binding exercises).

Original link: Vol 08/Apr/2024

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