LIFT OFF: PhilSA Space Science Camp 2022 Session Topics
Message from Vice President Sara Duterte-Carpio, Education Secretary
Message from Senator Francis Tolentino
LIFT OFF: Space Science Camp 2022 AVP
Watch the highlights of the first ever PhilSA Space Science Camp:
LIFT OFF: PhilSA Space Science Camp 2022 Photos
Space Walk: A Walkthrough of Space Missions Planning and Development
Jamaica Pangasinan of the PhilSA Space Mission Control and Operations Division introduced the participants to what space missions are and gave an overview on Philippine satellites and their missions.
Dr. Paul Leonard Atchong Hilario from the PhilSA Spacecraft Payload and Communication Systems Development Division presented an overview of satellite payloads and the different payloads of Philippine satellites.
Full Moon: Learning Session for High School Teachers on Space Science and Technology Applications
Engr. Manuel Del Rosario, Jr. from the PhilSA Spacecraft Mechanical and Autonomous Systems Development Division presented an introduction to space science and technology and applications (SSTA) for senior high school STEM teachers.Manu_to_infinity_and_beyond_MDR
Mr. Anthony Urbano, Science Education Specialist from the University of the Philippines National Institute for Science and Mathematics Education Development (UP NISMED) facilitated a telescope demonstration and solar viewing activity for the senior high school STEM teachers.Telescope_Demo_and_Solar_Viewing_LIFT_OFF_2022
Earth base, do you copy? A Workshop on Communicating Space Science
Dr. Ruby Roan-Cristobal, Chief Science Research Specialist from the Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI), discussed with the student participants the importance of science communication and how to communicate science effectively.Dr. Ruby_Science Communication_PhilSA_SpaceCamp
Messages for the International Moon Day 2022 Celebration
International Moon Day (IMD) was officially celebrated for the first time on 20 July 2022. IMD commemorates the anniversary of mankind’s first landing on the lunar surface. Moon Village Association (MVA) Implementation Support Officer Ms. Bernadette Detera gave a lecture on Day 2 of the LIFT OFF: PhilSA Space Science Camp 2022. These messages were played during her presentation in observance of IMD 2022.
Message from Giuseppe Reibaldi, Moon Village Association (MVA) President
Message from Dr. Nasr Al-Sahhaf, Chair of the International Moon Day Group (IMD-G)
In Orbit: Space Data Dashboard Workshop for Campus Journalists
Engr. Roel de la Cruz from the PhilSA Space Data Mobilization and Applications Division presented the various types of space-related data hosted on the Space Data Dashboard and how to navigate through them.
Mark Jayson Felix of the PhilSA Earth Sciences Space Mission Studies Division talked about the stories we can tell from the Space Data Dashboard.
Patricia Mirasol, Multimedia Writer and Reporter for BusinessWorld, shared her experiences in using space data to make sense of the everyday. Ms. Mirasol was one of the participants of the Space Data Dashboard Workshop held during PhilSA’s World Space Week celebrations in October 2021.
CNN Philippines News Producer and Space Data Dashboard Workshop 2021 participant Pauline del Rosario shared her experiences in creating content using the space data dashboard.
Another participant of the Space Data Dashboard Workshop 2021, CNN Philippines News Producer Sophia Sioco, shared knowledge and tips on how to create content for broadcast.
Touchdown Earth: Space Mission Proposals
During the culmination of the three-day camp, the student participants were able to showcase their environmental awareness and technical knowledge through Touchdown Earth, a space mission proposal contest. The mission idea activity was designed to gauge the participants’ understanding of the concepts presented in the lectures on space missions and satellite payloads during the camp. Fourteen science high schools from the 16 divisions of Metro Manila selected by DepEd to join the camp presented their space missions. The proposals were judged by PhilSA scientists Ms. Jamaica Pangasinan, Dr. Paul Leonard Atchong Hilario, and Mr. Mark Jayson Felix based on creativity, technical soundness, and time management.
Two (2) missions bested the rest of the proposals. These are “MIMA” or the Monitoring Illegal Mining Activities in Remote Areas by Bianca Louise B. Cruz and Oscar A. Araja II of the City of Mandaluyong Science High School, and “V-SAMS” or the Venus Seismic Activity Monitoring Satellite by Peter James Lyon and Ysabela Juliana Bernardo of Caloocan City Science High School.
Monitoring Illegal Mining Activities in Remote Areas (MIMA) – City of Mandaluyong Science High School
(Winner, Best Space Mission Proposal)
Venus Seismic Activity Monitoring Satellite (VSAMS) – Caloocan City Science High School
(Winner, Best Space Mission Proposal)
MARMORIS – Caloocan National Science and Technology High SchoolCaloocan National Science and Technology High School Space Mission Proposal_compressed (1)
GARUDA (Geo-remote Understanding of Debris beyond the Atmosphere) – Las Piñas City National Science High SchoolGARUDA (Geo-remote Understanding of Debris beyond the Atmosphere)
Malawan Program – Marikina Science High SchoolMarikina Science High School
Anianihan – Muntinlupa Science High School
EARS: Every-terrain Aperture Radars’ Wind Scatterometry – Navotas National Science High SchoolNNSHS_Space Mission
The Philippine Low-Earth Ozone and Atmospheric Detection Satellite (LOADS) – Parañaque Science High School
BINGSOL: Bringing Innovative Notions in Geospatial Systems to Observe Land – Pasay City National Science High School
MATA: Keeping an Eye to the Final Frontier – Quezon City Science High SchoolQCSHS PhilSA Space Mission Presentation