the first humans going to Mars were probably already born

Space Stories
9 November 2020

St Bede’s in 2064 A.D.

This story was written by Prof. Ganapathy when a 13-year-old student (Std. IX – B) in 1964 in India It was on the 2nd of January 2064 A.D. that my father,…
STEM
27 September 2020

Constellations, an invitation to study and research!

​To me, constellations are like an invitation to study and research: not only are they beautiful to watch, but they have an awesome scientific and historical aspect. The word itself,…
Space Technology
1 September 2020

DEBRIS BUG: My space debris clean-up beetle!

To be able to live in space, there’s one important thing that people tend to overlook - the problem of space debris...
STEM
31 August 2020

When STEM helps us reach for the stars…

Hello, my name is Stephanie Lichi. Since I was very young, I was fascinated by multiple elements that later on I found out are part of astronomy: stars, the globe…
Space Mysteries
13 July 2020

What’s out there?

Science comes in a kaleidoscope of different shapes and forms and we at InnovaSpace believe it is never too early to encourage young people to think not only about the…
Travel To Mars
12 May 2020

From Mars to Airplanes – Learning can be fun!

Hi, my name is Edgard, I'm 12 years old and at the age of 9 years I participated for the first time in the InnovaSpace project "Kids2Mars", asking the question…

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