Catch a Star!

... the Projects!

 

The European Southern Observatory (ESO) and the European Association for Astronomy Education (EAAE) welcome all students in European schools to this web-based programme . It takes place within the context of the European Week of Science and Technology (EWST) - 2002 .

List of Accepted Projects from Austria

This is where your project will be first be registered (team leader indicated in italics ) and - once you and your group have submitted a report on your chosen object that fulfills the conditions for this programme - your lottery number will also be shown.

Object Group Location Lottery
Number
Crab Nebula (Messier 1) Werner Cyrmon
George Sabau
Martin Wallner
Wr. Neustadt 106
Europa (Jovian Moon) Werner Cyrmon
Wolfgang Fischl
Karin Fuerst
Manuel Paar
Wr. Neustadt 089
Aurora Borealis Werner Cyrmon
Eva Gaugl
Daniela Pokorny
Martin Pusterhofer
Wr. Neustadt 035
Eta Carinae (HD 93308) Werner Cyrmon
Peter Hauptmann
Markus Millendorfer
Wr. Neustadt 036
Milky Way Galaxy Werner Cyrmon
Erhard Dinhobl
Martin Reiterer
Stefan Reiterer
Wr. Neustadt 090
Saturn Werner Cyrmon
Martina Duerauer
Dominik Puritscher
Roman Stoiber
Wr. Neustadt 091
Andromeda Galaxy (Messier 31) Werner Cyrmon
Philipp Igler
Daniel Schuh
Wr. Neustadt 087
X Cygni X-1 (HD 226868) Christoph Aigner
Emanuel Bruckmueller
Werner Cyrmon
Rene Kernegger
Wr. Neustadt 088
Milky Way Galaxy Astrid Bretterbauer
Anton Nagl
Andrea Puhm
Stockerau 121

The winners will be drawn on November 8, 2002 - with a live webcast.

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