RAS GCSE Astronomy Poster Competition 2022 – Sponsored by Winton

The Bubble Nebula, also known as NGC 7635, is an emission nebula located 8 000 light-years away.
The Bubble Nebula, also known as NGC 7635, is an emission nebula located 8 000 light-years away.
Credit
NASA, ESA, Hubble Heritage Team

The Royal Astronomical Society invites you to present an astronomy topic of your choice as an academic style poster. Winners will receive book token prizes of 1st = £100, 2nd = £50, 3rd = £25.

Some example topics are given in the attached document but you are free to choose your own.

All entries will be displayed on our website, and judges selected by the RAS Education and Outreach Committee will pick the three winners.

Eligibility:

You must currently be studying GCSE Astronomy.

Criteria:

  • Your poster must cover an astronomy topic.
  • The poster must be: 
    ∙ Portrait or landscape 
    ∙ Electronic 
    ∙ Created in PowerPoint or similar 
  • You must include your name, your school address (if applicable) and your GCSE Astronomy teacher's details (name and email address) in your entry. This is so we can check that you are eligible to enter the competition.
  • For more in depth information about criteria and some information on how to create an academic poster, please see the attached document.

Deadline:

All posters must be emailed to Nush Cole at awards@ras.ac.uk by Monday, February 14, 2022 (23.59). The winners will be announced at the RAS Ordinary Meeting on Friday, March 11, at 4 pm.

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Submitted by Nush Cole on Mon, 22/11/2021 - 15:30