Moonwalkers intends to be a website to promote students learning about the Moon.
Observe the Moon and present your lunar observations as a project or as a short video for the Moonwalkers contest.
EAAE's intent is to propose to teachers and students to observe the Moon on the nights of clear sky.
By doing this they can try to discover changes across the Moon’s phases, they can discuss the motion of the Moon and the Earth around the Sun, as well debate about the origin of the Moon; students should also become familiar with the many interesting features on the Moon and they can learn about the many active features on the Moon’s surface.
Coordinators of the Project Moonwalkers:
Veselka Radeva, National Representative, Bulgaria.
Gordana Apostolovska, National Representative, Republic of North Macedonia.
This website is about school observations of the Moon that can be and are supposed to be carried out by students.
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The Moon has been a very important object along Mankind’s history.
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To provide knowledge about lunar motion, about the Moon’s surface, about lunar research, and about lunar phenomena.
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Along 5 months try to observe the phases, the Moon’s maria (the latin word for “seas”), craters, mountains and peaks.
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How to make the observations?
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There are some documents about the Moonwalkers project and to help Moon observations.
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The Contest Moonwalkers
All participants in the contest must be between the ages of 10 to 18.
Moonwalkers Contest 2022 is organized in two categories:
- Project, up to 10 pages in pdf – text and photographs;
- Short videofilm – up to 5 min.
Each team of student can submitted one project or short video film for the contest.
Contestants can submit the projects to 31 November 2022.
The winners will be selected by a jury of EAAE members.
The jury's decision will be made public on 31 January 2023.