World Space Week is an annual holiday that is celebrated from October 4th to 10th in over 95 nations throughout the world.
World Space Week is the largest annual event in the world dedicated to space exploration. Its idea to inspire the students, contributes to the formation of the class of tomorrow’s specialists, as well as demonstrates tangible public support for the space program, addresses issues of public education in the field of space activities, and promotes international cooperation in space propaganda and educational work.
These dates bring to mind such events as the launch of the first artificial Earth satellite in the USSR on October 4, 1957 and the entry into force on October 10, 1967 of the Treaty on the Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space. Each year, the Board of Directors Association, in close collaboration with the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs, chooses a theme for World Space Week. Having a theme empowers participants in World Space Week in terms of the content of their programs. The theme is chosen to enhance the impact on all of humanity of the events of the World Space Week.
II year student of the Faculty of International Law
of the Institute of International Relations of the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan.