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7 awards for Romanian students in a competition organized by NASA

01 Apr 2015   •   10:31
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Andrei Saguna College Students of Brasov won seven awards at an international competition organized by NASA, involving a total of over 2,700 teams around the world, Brasov teenagers were invited to attend the International Conference in Toronto (Canada) according to Mediafax.

The VIIth grade students of the Saguna College participated in this year International Competition organized by NASA with nine projects, seven of which were awarded. This is the second participation of students from Brasov in this international competition.

According to the students coordinator, prof Carmen Tãnãsescu this year's competition was attended by a total of 2,722 teams from all over the world.

Students had the theme to design small artificial planets where people can live, they had to find viable solutions for the sustainability of life, from technical data to coexistence and social organization.
"Out of the nine new projects made by students of class VII, two were awarded the second prize, one was awarded the fourth prize, and four obtained mentions. The three teams that have won prizes will go to the international conference in Toronto, which will run from May 9 to 24, " Carmen Tãnãsescu said.

The most popular projects of the Brasov students were the facility " Elpida Spes" - space facility which was designed by students as having a two-headed leadership, a military leader and a civilian, but both are under the UN. Another project is the station ""CeLex AndRoSar", " which proposes to select residents from all walks of life and a centralized state, and the "Coloumbus" which was inspired by the Endless Column.

Last year, eight students of class XI Andrei Saguna College won first place in a city space project entitled "Renaissance II" and a sixth grader at the same school, who competed with students of class VII, ranked II with an individual project "The God`s Kite?", which consisted in building the layout of a city in space.



All nine students awarded attended the International Conference on Aerospace Development in Los Angeles, California, where they received awards from NASA representatives, they managed to reach the United States through sponsorships, and with support from the Ministry of Education.
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