Launching into world space week

3rd October 2003 at 01:00
The largest collection of space art ever exhibited in the UK is on display at Manchester's Museum for Science and Technology from October 4 until October 31

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The Space Education Council's (SEC) Annual Symposium is being held at the Science Museum in London on Saturday, October 18. Speakers include representatives from the European Space Agency, the British National Space Centre, Imperial College London and the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, Australia

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The Science Museum is also hosting a series of free space sessions in conjunction with a screening of the IMAX film Living in Space, on Wednesday, October 8

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The SEC has a World Space Week teacher's pack, originally prepared for 2001, for all key stages including extra-curricular activities

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The SEC will be publicising more World Space Week events on its subscriber list, which can be joined for free by entering an email address in the box at www.secuk.orgabout.htm

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