Many of the HdA activities – described systematically under What we do and listed according to target groups under Information for... – are run as part of long-term partnerships that are detailed below:

"EU Space Awareness", an education project for school children of all ages [more]
Explore Science events run by the Klaus Tschira Foundation in Mannheim [more]
Giving schools access to the telescopes of the Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope Network [more]
Showing young people that science is fun [more]
Research project with talented highly talented school pupils [more]
Collaboration with Chilean colleagues on outreach and education projects through the University of Heidelberg [more]
Looking for asteroids with school children using data from the Pan-STARRS telescope [more]
"Space for education" project on ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst’s Horizons mission [more]
Extracurricular project work with school pupils interested in astronomy [more]
Klaus Tschira Centre of Excellence for early science education [more]
Public outreach for the Collaborative Research Center 881, “The Milky Way System” at the University of Heidelberg [more]
Intellectual challenges that go far beyond the school curriculum for pupils in Baden-Württemberg [more]
Every month we provide new teaching materials on current articles in Stern und Weltraum magazine [more]
"Universe Awareness" for preschool and primary school children [more]
Astronomy education project in Brazil [more]


"Space for education" project on ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst’s Horizons mission [more]
German-language public outreach for the European Southern Observatory [more]
Our sister institution at the European Southern Observatory headquarters in Garching, near Munich [more]

In addition to these partnerships, the Haus der Astronomie depends on direct collaboration with a number of people who are involved in science communication. In this regard, both the astronomical research institutes in and around Heidelberg and the Mannheim Planetarium play a key role.

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