Welsh pupils join space race

27th June 2003 at 01:00
WELSH pupils are being encouraged to take a small step across the final frontier. To enter the Schools in Space competition, run jointly by the International Space School Educational Trust and the Wales Information Society, secondary pupils must compile a research project on subjects related to space exploration. Winners will have the chance to visit NASA in Florida and Texas. The closing date is July 14.


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