On the 20th of July 1969 the first people set foot on the Moon. In 2019 we celebrate the 50 year anniversary by inviting all of Denmark to celebrate one of mankind's greatest achievements through a new exhibition in Rundetaarn and a packed program of activities. Space Days is aimed at all ages and we will not only look back, but ask the question: "How do we return to the Moon?

On this page you can see what activities we are organising in 2019 in our Calendar, or you can read more about the Moon in the past and the future under About the Moon. If you are a teacher or educator you can find resources and inspiration on how to use the moon as a subject in your teaching under the section Children and young adults

Space Days 2019 is arranged by The Danish Astronautical Society and is made possible with the support of:

See our partners and indispensable supporters and volunteers on the page "About Us".

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