Catch a Star!

... Registered Participants and Projects!


1. How to Register with "Catch a Star! 2004" ?

In order to register the participation of a group, one of its members must write an email to eduinfo@eso.org. Be sure to mention:

  • the name of the chosen object
  • the names of all the members of your group
  • the ages of the students, and
  • the name and address of your school (with city and country) and your email-address.
Your registration must be made at the latest on December 10, 2004 . Later registrations will not be taken into account. The registration is now closed.



IMPORTANT INFORMATION!

The winners of the competition are now announced at this page !


2. Current Status of Registrations

Here is the complete overview of the participants and their projects. Their chosen objects are listed below by category and by country.

Date: February 19, 2005

No. of teams registered: 364

No. of countries represented: 25

Object(s)/Subject(s) with most entries: The Venus Transit (38), Mars (21), The Moon (20), The Sun (15), Black Holes (13) and Jupiter (12).

Countries with most entries: Bulgaria (94), Poland (63), United Kingdom (33), Sweden (27) and Denmark (23).

No. of "Official Participants" : 251

Official participants are teams who have submitted their reports and which have been found to conform with the Catch a Star! rules and hence accepted by the jury for participation in the competition. These teams are marked in colour in the corresponding "country" and "object" lists.


3. Registered Projects - Sorted by Object

Solar System Objects

Asteroid (1) Ceres (1)
Asteroid (771) Libera (1)
Asteroid (9069) Hovland (1)
Comets (2)
Comet C/2001 Q4 (NEAT) (2)
Comet C/2002 V1 (NEAT) (1)
Comet C/2003 K4 (LINEAR) (1)
Comet C/2004 Q2 (Machholtz) (1)
Comet Hale-Bopp (4)
Comet Halley (2)
Comet Shoemaker Levy 9 (2)
Earth (6)
Enceladus (1)
Europa (8)
The Eta Aquarids (1)
Io (6)
Jupiter (12)
Jupiter's Moons (3)
The Kuiper Belt (1)
Mars (21)
Mercury (1)
Meteors (2)
The Moon (20)
Neptune (2)
The Orionids (1)
The Perseids (2)
Phobos and Deimos (1)
Pluto (7)
Saturn (11)
Saturn's Rings (2)
Sedna (4)
The Solar System (1)
The Sun (15)
Titan (6)
(4179) Toutatis (1)
Uranus (3)
Venus (10)


Stars

Alpha Canis Majoris (Sirius) (4)
Alpha Lyrae (Vega) (2)
Alpha Orionis (Betelgeuse) (2)
Alpha Tauri (Aldebaran) (2)
Alpha Ursa Minoris (Polaris) (3)
Beta Aurigae (Binary Star) (1)
Beta Geminorum (Pollux) (1)
Beta Persei (Algol) (3)
Cepheids (Variable Stars) (1)
SV Camelopardalis (Variable Star) (1)
Cygnus X-1 (1)
Delta Cephei (Variable Star) (1)
Epsilon Virginis (Vindemiatrix) (1)
Eta Aquilae (Variable Star) (1)
GD 660 (White Dwarf) (1)
IK Peg (Binary Star) (1)
RZ Cas (Variable Star) (1)
Variable Stars (4)


Star Clusters

The Hyades (1)
Messier 13 (1)
Messier 15 (1)
The Pleiades (6)


Nebulae

Eta Carinae (1)
Horsehead Nebula (1)
Messier 1 (Crab Nebula) (2)
Messier 16 (Eagle Nebula) (2)
Messier 42 (Orion Nebula) (10)
Messier 57 (Planetary Nebula) (10)
Nebulae (1)
NGC 2392 (Planetary Nebula) (1)
NGC 6543 (Planetary Nebula) (1)
Planetary Nebulae (1)


Galaxies

Active Galaxies (1)
Galaxy Cluster Abell 2218 (1)
Andromeda Galaxy (Messier 31) (5)
Centaurus A (NGC 5128) (1)
Messier 77 (Galaxy in Cetus) (1)
Messier 87 (Galaxy in Virgo) (1)
The Milky Way (6)
NGC 6946 (Galaxy) (1)


Constellations

Andromeda (1)
Aries (1)
Cassiopeia (3)
Corona Borealis (1)
Cygnus (1)
Gemini (1)
Hercules (1)
Leo (2)
Libra (1)
Lyra (1)
Orion (12)
Orion's Belt (1)
Pegasus (1)
Perseus (1)
Taurus (2)
Ursa Major (2)
Ursa Minor (2)


Others

Aurora Australis (1)
Aurora Borealis (4)
Black Holes (13)
Einstein Cross (Gravitational Lens (1)
Exoplanets (4)
Exoplanet at HD209458 (1)
DQO 0957+561 (Double Quasar) (1)
Galactic Center (1)
Hypernovae (1)
Impacts in the Solar System (1)
Lunations (1)
51 Pegasi b (Exoplanet) (1)
Neutron Stars (1)
PSR B1257+12 Pulsar System (1)
Quasar 3C273 (1)
Solar Activity/Radiation and Climate (2)
Star Formation (1)
Supernovae (5)
Supernova 1987A in the LMC (1)
Synodic Months (1)
Tidal Forces in the Solar System (1)


Events

Occultations of Jovian Moons (1)
Total Lunar Eclipses (1)
Total Lunar Eclipse (28.10.2004) (1)
Solar Eclipses (2)
The Venus Transit (38)

4. Registered Projects - Sorted by Country

Austria (1)
Belarus (4)
Bulgaria (94)
Chile (4)
Czech Republic (3)
Denmark (23)
Finland (6)
France (15)
Germany (15)
Greece (7)
Hungary (4)
Italy (10)
Latvia (9)
Lithuania (10)
Luxembourg (14)
The Netherlands (2)
Poland (63)
Portugal (4)
Romania (2)
Russia (1)
Slovakia (1)
Slovenia (1)
Spain (11)
Sweden (27)
United Kingdom (33)