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Borders Seen From Space

Updated: Mar 2, 2023

In this clip from the Space Education Symposium opening panel, South Korean Astronaut Dr. Soyeon Yi explains her unique perspective on the Overview Effect - and the borders that can be seen from space. Whether or not you were born in "a little bit darker place" is a matter of equity that has to be addressed on a global scale. Soyeon focuses on educating others in response.


At ARES Learning we're not only preparing students to participate in the growing space economy... we're nuturing philosophers, activists, and leaders who will consider the ethical dimensions of issues facing humanity in our rapidly approaching multiplanet future.



Learn more about our approach in the book Space Education: Preparing Students for Humanity's Multi-Planet Future by our co-founder Dr. Mark Wagner, and explore a complete Space Education Curriculum he developed for high schools - it's a free and open education resource available to students, teachers, and enthusiasts everywhere.


Educators, sign up for online professional development based on the book and curriculum. And be sure to register for the FREE online Space Education Summit on April 21, 2023.


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