Presenting awards to the winners of the project “A View from Orbit”The descent vehicle of the manned spacecraft Soyuz MS-17 carrying Russian cosmonauts Sergey Ryzhikov. Sergei Kud Sverchkov and US astronaut Kathleen Rubins successfully landed 147 kilometers to the South-East of Jezkazgan in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The crew of Soyuz MS-17 returned from the International Space Station, where the cosmonauts had been a part of Expedition ISS-64. During their stay in orbit, the cosmonauts made one spacewalk, as well as conducted 50 scientific studies and experiments, which included the Uragan experiment.
Currently, Rocket and Space Corporation Energia, with the assistance of State Corporation Roscosmos and Institute of Geography of the Russian Academy of Sciences, using Earth images taken for the Uragan experiment, selects and implements the most promising areas of studies of Earth and various natural phenomena within the framework of the Great Start experiment. Proposals for the areas of research are submitted by ordinary schoolchildren and students.
A View from Orbit ( is the name of an educational program supported by S.P.Korolev RSC Energia, State Corporation Roscosmos and Institute of Geography of the Russian Academy of Sciences, which has as its objective the selection and implementation of the most promising areas of Earth studies proposed by schoolchildren and students, which makes it possible for girls and boys to take part in serious scientific research. An invaluable contribution to this project was made by Lev Vasilievich Desinov, Candidate of Science, Geography. Schoolchildren and students throughout the entire study have been seeking help from Lev Vasilievich, and he, in his turn have always been willing to share his knowledge with them.
On April 14, 2021, in Moscow, at the memorial house of the father of spaceflight Sergei Pavlovich Korolev, an award ceremony was held for the winners of the latest stage of the best science problem competition. The winners were Yevgeni Ivanov from the town of Yuhnov, Alexander Agafonov and Natalia Verstakova from Moscow. Among the works submitted by the kids there are interesting questions about ice domes on the lake Baikal, dynamics of land use, as well as a work dedicated to the Aral sea crisis. The official part was followed by a tour of the memorial house. The children listened to the tour guide with interest and were very interested in the exhibits on display at the memorial house. Having charged themselves up with good vibes emanating from the house of Sergei Pavlovich Korolev, the schoolchildren left to have their exams and think about further science studies. For the next school year there are plans to continue the project A View from Orbit, and, according to their teachers, the children got so inspired that they are working now on a great number of new proposals.

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