15 female students have attended the Outer Space Adventure Program at Space Camp Turkey on June 8-10 as a part of the “Girls Can STEM” project carried out with the partnership and cooperation of the Flying Broom Women's Communication and Research Association and the United States Embassy.

The association which is aimed at guiding girls towards science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, directing them to positive sciences and encouraging production in the fields of science and technology, allowed 15 female students from 15 different cities including Nigde, Sivas, Amasya, Bursa, Kütahya, Nevsehir, Bart, Şanlıurfa and Denizli to receive space technology training at Space Camp Turkey through the project "Girls Can STEM".

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Winter Solstice: The Darkest Day

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It's time for the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year and the first day of "astronomical winter"!

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The Partner Schools Science Program (PSSP) is Celebrating its 20th Anniversary This Year

The Partner Schools Science Program (PSSP) is Celebrating its 20th Anniversary This Year

The Partner Schools Science Program was established in 2002 by our late Founder, Kaya Tuncer, and ESBAŞ Chairwoman of the Board, Mary Tuncer, in order to bring children from all over the world together with Turkish students.

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Apollo 11 - Happy 53rd Anniversary of this Giant Leap of Mankind.

Apollo 11 - Happy 53rd Anniversary of this Giant Leap of Mankind.

53 yeras ago today; the words of Neil Armstrong, who took the first step on the moon, announced the magnificent achievement of mankind to the universe: "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind..."

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The Top 5 Data From The James Webb Space Telescope

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The first data from James Webb reached planet Earth on July 12, 2022!

07.13.2022
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