WIN on International Astronomy Day

WIN on International Astronomy Day
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International Astronomy Day, also known as World Astronomy Day, is held twice per year. Once in the Spring and again in Autumn. This spring, International Astronomy Day falls on Saturday 15th May 2021. This worldwide event was born in California, and takes place in countries such as England, New Zealand, Finland and Sweden.

The first International Astronomy Day took place in 1973, and has continued to be an event loved by all, allowing anyone with an interest to enjoy the wonders of the sky!

To celebrate International Astronomy Day, we’re offering you the chance to win some amazing space themed toys!

How to Enter

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To enter, you’ll need to head over to our Facebook or Instagram page, where you’ll see World Astronomy Day posts full of space facts!

Once you’re there, you’ll find the answer to our prize draw question!

Entry Question:

Q. What colour is the sunset on Mars?

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Please Enter Your Details

Once you’ve got it, come back here to enter your answer, and be in with a chance of winning an awesome space themed prize bundle!

What you’ll win

When you’ve submitted your answer, you’ll be entered into our prize draw for the chance to win a fantastic bundle of Learning Resources toys worth £150! The toys that are up for grabs are as follows:

T&C’s

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The closing date for the giveaway will be Sunday 23rd May 2021 at midnight. UK entries only. Winner will be informed via email and the winners name will be posted on our social media pages.

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For more space related fun, discover our other space and solar system toys, or read about some awesome and interesting space facts for kids.

If you’re looking to get creative, check out these crafts on The National Space Centre Website, and see what you can create to celebrate International Astronomy Day!