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Mar 16, 2022The Planetary Society announces first-ever winners of new STEP grant program
The Planetary Society has selected two first-ever winners of its new Science and Technology Empowered by the Public (STEP) grant program. The winning projects are a radio SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) citizen science project and a planetary defense project to use a novel technique to study near-Earth asteroids.
Feb 16, 2022The Planetary Society awards their largest-ever grant to amateur asteroid hunting community
The Planetary Society announced it will award $74,375 to eight amateur astronomers as part of its Shoemaker Near-Earth Object (NEO) Grant program, named after pioneering planetary geologist Gene Shoemaker.
Sep 28, 2021Unistellar, SETI Institute & The Planetary Society collaborate to inspire 1 million girls to discover space during World Space Week
In celebration of World Space Week, hosted October 4-10 annually, the New Astronomy pioneers at Unistellar are collaborating with the SETI Institute and The Planetary Society for an ambitious mission to get 1 million girls to discover space. The World Space Week 2021 theme, “Celebrating Women in Space,” honors the contributions and accomplishments of women in the space sector and sciences, giving the next generation the opportunity to be introduced to female role models from all over the world.
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