World Space Week 2021 – Bahraini Women in Space

Bahrain joins the largest annual space event in the world - World Space Week 2021. Spearheading the activities from this side of the globe is the National Space Science Agency [NSSA] – Bahrain’s dedicated team tasked to promote space education and advance public interest in space pursuits.
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Astro-Art Competition!

NSSA and Clever Play Education & Training are launching a local online competition for children between the ages of 7-12 years old for the "Astro-Art Competition".
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NSSA is hosted by Al Mahd School

The National Space Science Agency organized a lecture at Al-Mahd School, presented by Eng. Aysha Al Hajeri, as part of NSSA’s community and outreach program.
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Create Cosmic Dishes Fit For SPACE !

NSSA and Clever Play Education & Training are launching a local online competition for children between the ages of 7-12 years old for the "Best Cosmic Dishes Fit for Space".
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Bahrain’s Team To Space Camp 2021 Participates In Virtual Meeting With Astronaut

Within the ongoing efforts of the NSSA, in cooperation with the Kallman Worldwide, to enhance the readiness of the Bahrain team participating in the International Space Camp, which will be held in the US state of Alabama during the summer of 2021, a virtual meeting was held between all the participating teams, and the American astronaut Jack Lousma, who participated in a number of space flights, in addition to his membership in the astronaut support crew within the Apollo 9, 10 and 13 missions.
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A Lecture at East Riffa Intermediate Girls’ School

Within the continuous coordination with the Ministry of Education, as part of NSSA’s community and outreach program to raise awareness of the space field and its various sciences and applications, to inculcate scientific concepts related to space in the minds of youth, and to meet the call of the honorable educator, Professor Noura Isa Al-Dossary, Director of the East Riffa Intermediate Girls School. Ms. Shaima Shawqi Almeer, a member of the Bahrain Space Team, participated in representing the NSSA and presenting an educational lecture to the school's members entitled "A Virtual Journey to Mars," on Monday, March 8, 2021.
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Send and Execute Your Own Code in Space

In collaboration with Orbital Space company, the 'Code in Space' Virtual Competition was launched in the Kingdom. Students may submit proposals, and the selected submissions will be uploaded to a nanosatellite orbiting the Earth. The code will be executed by the satellite’s onboard computer and will be tested under real space environment conditions. The code executions test results will be transmitted back to Earth via a satellite ground station.
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