For professional reasons it was not possible to publish the Space Art Winners sonner.

1. Category from 6 to 10 years

First prize

A Binoculars 7×50

"Dancing as a ballerina in Andromeda's dress"
"I've always asked my mom about the nearest neighbour in our galaxy. The answer is Andromedas, which I can say reminds me of a dress I want to wear dancing as a ballerina in the space, of course."
Ljubica Andonova, 7 years old, Primary school "Dame Gruev", Bitola, Republic of Northern Macedonia.
Teacher: Letka Stepanovska.

Second prize

A Mounted image 185: Wide Field Imager view of the spiral galaxy NGC 247 by ESO.

"Our İnseparable Part"
"We came from outer space and we are an integral part of it so it seems very mysterious."
Asmin Yildiz, 9 years old, School Finike Bilim Ve Sanat Merkezi, Finike – ANTALYA,Turkey.
Teacher: Şenay Bozkurt.

Third prize

A monocular 10×25

"European Space Dream"
"During the last few years, many countries have gather together to advance in the Space Race. I think it is a dream that ESA (European Space Agency) is participating on it and I would love to be one of people that will colonise the Moon."
Juan Manuel Prieto Martín, 10 years old, Colegio Huerta de la Cruz, Algeciras, Spain.
Teacher: Juan Antonio Prieto Sánchez.

Incentive Prizes

A DVD movie "Ayes on the skies"

1. "The enourmous space"
"It is a design describe the “How the space is bigger than we can see."
Salah Fatima Nour El-Houda, 9 years old, Mohamed Abdou Primary School, Sidi Bel Abbess – Soricor , Algeria.
Teacher: Madone Zolikha.

A DVD movie "Ayes on the skies"

2. "A comet drawing with pastels"
"Comets or tail stars are among the things I like to paint the most. They are small celestial bodies that develop a glowing tail when close to the sun."
Hartung Vincent, 10 years old, Grundschule, Eggersdorf, Germany.
Teacher: Böhlemann, Beanka.

A DVD movie "Ayes on the skies"

3. "Curiosity"
"The bird was very curious about the moon and the space. She dreamed to fly all the way to the moon and taste it. The bird made the dream come true!"
Savva Dubinsky, 8 years old, art studio Rimonim Workroom, Haifa, Israel.
Teacher: Inga Volokin.

A DVD movie "Ayes on the skies"

4. "Galaxy"
"I like galaxies, because they are magic, they have beautiful colours: blue, purple, pink, white and twinkling stars."
Marta Kapa, 10 years old, Pale Primary School, Pale, Latvia.
Teacher: Margita Karnupe.

A DVD movie "Ayes on the skies"

5. "O eclipse solar, Solar eclipse"
"The drawing was painted with a mixed technique with different colors. It represents the solar eclipse."
Lucas Sousa, 9 years old, School EB1/JI Alto do Moinho, Corroios, Portugal.
Teacher: Elisabete Penedo.

2. Category from 11 to 14 years

First prize

A 76/300 telescope.

"Olympus dandelion"
"When I saw Mount Olympus on Mars, I wondered how it would be if this mountain would explode and spray white cotton instead of lava. Then, I realized that the shape that would emerge would look like a dandelion plant. I created the pair of Mount Olympus and dandelion plant."
Beray KAHRAMAN, 13 years old, School Fatma Nuri Erkan Bilim ve Sanat Merkezi, Rize / Merkez, Turkey.
Teacher: Serkan Al.

Second prize

A Mounted image 139: Stars are born in the dust-banded Trifid Nebula by ESO.

"Terraforming"
"People are linked with plants, insects, animals. If we want to travel and live on another planet we should get many species with us. After a while, we and all other species will transform in something adapted."
Voicu Maria, 12 years old, National Palace of Children, București, Romania.
Teacher: Minodora Carmen Lipcanu.

Third prize

A monocular 10×25

"The king of the planets"
"In my work I wanted to represent Europe, a moon of Jupiter and the beauty of its colors. By studying the works of Galileo Galilei, I also wanted to pay homage to our Italian scientist."
Sara Pucci, 14 years old, Maria Ausiliatrice School, Varese, Italy.
Teacher: Sabrina Nappi.

Incentive Prizes

A DVD movie "Ayes on the skies"

1. "Venus"
"Venus is a beautiful planet. But the planet is not ‘just pretty’, it also has a lot of history and culture related stuff. From old findings to old misconceptions, mythology and art, ethereal beings and gods, it is definitely rich with history. Even the planet and it’s relations are mentioned in other newer media."
Aleksandra Galin, 14 years old, Vilnius Petras Vileišis Progymnasium, Vilnius, Lithuania.
Teacher: Andrius Alkauskas.

A DVD movie"“Ayes on the skies"

2. "Nebula – Eye of the Galaxy"
"I chose the Helix Nebula because I was impressed by all of its colors and when I researched it, I discovered these were caused by the expansion of its outer layer. Giving it this extraordinary similarity to an eye. To me it looks like space's work of art."
Shahar Mina, 11 years old, Art studio Rimonim Workroom, Haifa, Israel.
Teacher: Inga Volokin.

A DVD movie "Ayes on the skies"

3. "Saturn isn’t the only planet to have rings, but it definitely has the most beautiful ones. The rings we see are made of groups of tiny ringlets that surround Saturn. They’re made of chunks of ice and rock. Like Jupiter, Saturn is mostly a ball of hydrogen and helium."
Alisya Malika Alana 13 years old, Junior High Global Islamic School 2 Serpong, Indonesia.
Teacher: Mr. Firman El Yusra Agastya Daradjat, S. Si.

A DVD movie "Ayes on the skies"

4. "The astronaut in the space"
"Because I have the space, the planet, the astronaut..."
Irene Fernandez Gonzalez, 11 years old, CEIP Juan Carrillo, Ronda, Spain.
Teacher: M.Dolores Martinez-Perez.

A DVD movie "Ayes on the skies"

5. "The thought of Space"
"Space is the only thing that calms me down and makes me feel at home. I fall asleep again every night with the thought of Space."
Karina Petrova, 12 years old, X Primary School „Aleko Konstantinov“, Pernik, Bulgaria.
Teacher: Albena Petrova-Kirilova