NameExoWorlds A global outreach project
This contest is a organized by the International Astronomical Union. NameExoWorlds 2022 is a collaboration between the Executive Committee Working Group on Exoplanetary Systems Nomenclature and the IAU Office for Astronomy Outreach. In this edition, the IAU wishes to bring together the public, amateur astronomers and exoplanetary scientists and together to name this new set of available exoworlds. Anyone, including students and teachers, astronomy enthusiasts, amateur astronomers and exoplanetary scientists, may form a team and propose names for 20 exoplanetary systems, each of which consists of one known exoplanet and its host star. SSVI provide 15 BRESSER 70/700 NANO telescopes.
CONTEST L'ASTRONOMIE AFRIQUE
Every trimester, L'Astronomie Afrique in collaboration with RFI émission Autour de la question organizes a competition in which each time an SSVI telescope can be won. Rules you can find here; Jeu Concours
Women and Girls in Astronomy
Women and Girls in Astronomy project supports events that recognise the role of all women in advancing science and encourages everyone on and off the gender spectrum to consider careers in astronomy.
Challenge vidéo astro-ados de la francophonie 2023
SSVI provide 10 BRESSER Nano 70/700 refractors with solar filter, camera and 2 eyepiece to this contest.
'Beamline for Schools' (Powered by CERN)
Beamline for Schools is a physics competition organized by CERN that invites teams of high-school students from all over the world to prepare the proposal for an experiment that can be performed at a particle accelerator test beam facility.
SSVI offered 10 BRESSER telescopes as special prizes. Winners of this countest on this website.
Telescopes for All:100 hours of Astronomy
Both contests will be organised Autumn 2023 by IAU Office for Astronomy Outreach in partnership with SSVI. Contest rules follows!
Telescopes for All: Build your own low budget telescope. (more wll follow soon)
All telescopes are intended for groups: astronomy outreach in the spirit of the Telescopes for All - SSVI project. Not for exclusive private use'