For the past week, Space Scoop Camp ’11: Wicked Planet Week! has been bringing you the latest news from the planetary science conference EPSC-DPS 2011. And what a week it has been! We have learned about many new discoveries, including how an asteroid that is about 14,000 times smaller than the Earth has one of the tallest mountains in the Solar System! Check out all of the news stories from Space Scoop Camp '11 here.
Meanwhile, the EU-UNAWE team also picked up lots of exciting new ideas for educational astronomy activities at the conference exhibition. These photos show some of the highlights:
We hope you have all enjoyed reading the Space Scoop releases this week and reading about our adventures at the conference on Twitter and Facebook. If your school took part in the event and used the Space Scoop releases, then we would love to hear from you! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be back next year for Space Scoop Camp ’12. Until then, be sure to check out the latest Space Scoop releases on the website, with new stories published each week.
Au revoir from Space Scoop Camp ’11 in France!