4th June 2013 – 9th June 2013

10am - 6.00pm daily
Price : Free

ADDRESS

Trinity College, Trinity College, College Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

cumminsj@tcd.ie

WEB

www.SpaceExpo.ie

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Space Expo Dublin 2013

We are delighted to announce that the European Space Expo will visit Trinity College Dublin in June 2013. This is a spectacular travelling exhibit that shows how space and its applications provide benefits to Europe.

There will be lots of exciting activities surrounding the Space Expo visit, including space-related workshops for kids, an Irish space industry event, public talks, and lots more.

The Space Expo highlights the critical role of space and space-based technologies to Europe. In Ireland, there is an active space science and astronomy research community who have worked with the European Space Agency for many decades. What’s more, there are now over 40 Irish companies working with ESA on everything from telecommunications, to materials, to remote sensing of our oceans.

Check out a movie of the Space Expo on the road across Europe.

Schools visits: If your primary or secondary school would like to visit the Expo, please email Jeanette Cummins or call +353 1 896 4141

Space Expo Dublin 2013

4th June 2013 – 9th June 2013

10am - 6.00pm daily
Price : Free

ADDRESS

Trinity College, Trinity College, College Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

cumminsj@tcd.ie

WEB

www.SpaceExpo.ie

Share

We are delighted to announce that the European Space Expo will visit Trinity College Dublin in June 2013. This is a spectacular travelling exhibit that shows how space and its applications provide benefits to Europe.

There will be lots of exciting activities surrounding the Space Expo visit, including space-related workshops for kids, an Irish space industry event, public talks, and lots more.

The Space Expo highlights the critical role of space and space-based technologies to Europe. In Ireland, there is an active space science and astronomy research community who have worked with the European Space Agency for many decades. What’s more, there are now over 40 Irish companies working with ESA on everything from telecommunications, to materials, to remote sensing of our oceans.

Check out a movie of the Space Expo on the road across Europe.

Schools visits: If your primary or secondary school would like to visit the Expo, please email Jeanette Cummins or call +353 1 896 4141

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