On Friday, November 16th and Saturday 17th, the GSA Headquarters in Prague will be open to the public for the 4th year in a row.
This is a unique opportunity to get an insider’s look at the European GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) services and the people behind them.
Part of the Czech Space Week 2018 activities, this year’s GSA Open Days will give you a chance to experience the journey of Galileo satellites from the rocket launch in Kourou, French Guiana, to the services used by citizens and business worldwide. This is your opportunity to learn more about what the European Union is doing in space and satellite navigation; the crucial role of the GSA and the impact satellite navigation has in our daily lives.
The programme includes exciting seminars and space workshops, competitions and quizzes, programmes for school visits, and other fun educational activities!
Come visit us and see and follow Galileo satellites, take a selfie in space, try landing a plane with EGNOS or experience a Search and Rescue with the help of Galileo, and win great prizes!
The draft programme can be found here.
If you would like to visit us as a school, please fill in the registration form.
Follow @EU_GNSS for regular Open Days updates on Twitter.
Use the hashtag #GSAOpenDays to share your experience of this year’s Open Days.
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