Space Sciences are limitless fields waiting to be explored! We invite you to join us in this adventure. Find new and exciting career possibilities, discover the many links space shares with your daily life, try out some of our activities at home, or join us at our events!
There is a universe out there, waiting to unfold.
Engage with Space Toolkit
The Engage with Space Toolkit is a ready-to-use digital collection of space centred activities with a specific focus on girls and underserved communities. The Toolkit is comprised by the Step into Space Exhibition and a set of Educational and Outreach activities. These activities encourage and help schools, youth centers, museums, universities, NGOs and informal learning spaces to bring together students, families, space professionals, their communities and more to engage them with the wonders of space.
Step into Space Exhibition
Step into Space is an exciting exhibition developed by Ars Electronica that brings together space sciences and art to inspire youths and their families. The exhibition consists of three flexible modules which allow building a regional connection and engagement. The exhibition looks into how space exploration has been an intrinsic part of our lives, contributing to new technologies we use here on Earth, assists us in thinking about how to protect our planet, and inspiring us to think outside the box and to cooperate.
Step into Space Print@Home Exhibition
With this version of the Step into Space exhibition, the space exploration journey comes to your home. By following simple instructions and with easy-to-find materials you can become an exhibition designer and explore the fascination of space at the same time.
Step into Space Online Exhibition
Experience the Step into Space exhibition with a series of space missions that will guide you through an online adventure. This version is perfectly suited for teachers to introduce how space exploration has been an intrinsic part of our lives in their classrooms.
A Ring in a Shadow
While they’re not hiding in your closet or under your bed, monsters do exist in space. For the first time, astronomers have captured an image of the boogeymen of the Universe: a black hole.