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AstroConvos encourages and develops space exploration for the STEM enthusiast, bringing people together with a common astronomy passion into one unique platform.


To make space exploration and information concrete and accessible to as many people as possible: consumers, companies, political decision-makers.


Promote the space missions, research and start-ups through partnerships, competitions and call for projects/proposals. 

Our Projects

Beamline For Schools:

A particle physics competition

Do you want guidance? Resources? Teammates to collaborate? Propose a project to AstroConvos!

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Make relevant information accessible to as many people as possible.

Create a sense of community among the STEM enthusiasts, develop a sense of belonging and purpose to increase motivation and productivity.

Build a strong and supportive community for volunteering, spreading awareness, use resources effectively and efficiently to make an impact. 

Who dares win.

AstroConvos Objectives

1. Access to Opportunities:

To level the playing field by providing free access to mentorship, resources, and a platform to showcase research projects for high school students interested in astrophysics, astronomy, and physics.

2. Empowerment:

To empower students to pursue their passion for these fields and prepare them for successful college applications and future careers in STEM.

3. Peer Learning:

To foster a supportive and collaborative community where students can learn from each other and receive guidance from mentors.

AstroConvos is primarily a non-profit initiative, and its primary focus is on providing free resources and support to high school students. It can seek funding from grants, donations, and partnerships with educational institutions and organizations that share its mission of promoting STEM education. The emphasis should always be on keeping the platform accessible and free for students to ensure inclusivity and equal opportunities.

Do You Know?

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Since the launch of Sputnik in 1957, nearly 7,500 satellites have been put into orbit, and more than 70,000 satellites could be deployed in the coming years. 



"Fostering innovation and inclusivity to support space explorers worldwide and ignite their passion for Physics and Astronomy."

Free and accessible space to engage in and share their passion through articles, intellectual discussions and collaborative research projects. 


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