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Celebrating World Space Week

Celebrating World Space Week

Senior Sweta Alla '21, the founder and CEO of the startup Edu4Space, is fully engaged in celebrating and promoting World Space Week. 

Edu4Space is committed to space education and instilling a passion for space in youth.

Sweta is inviting students to join Edu4Space for some incredible speakers, activities, and community events during Space Week!

Click here to sign up!



Edu4Space logo

From Edu4Space

Learn about space missions, organizations, and startups that you can either join or support today!

Best of all, partake in this experience with a community of space enthusiasts.


World Space Week

About World Space Week

World Space Week is an annual holiday observed from October 4 to 10 in over 90 nations throughout the world. Click here to read more about its origin and how to participate.

“The General Assembly declares 4 to 10 October World Space Week to celebrate each year at the international level the contributions of space science and technology to the betterment of the human condition” -UN General Assembly resolution, 6 December 1999.


Sweta Alla posing front of of science posters

About Sweta Alla '21

Sweta intends on majoring in aerospace engineering and applying to become a NASA astronaut.
She is an Honor Roll student and AP Scholar with Distinction who is involved in a wide array of activities at Central Catholic as a student leader.

  • Coding Club
  • Drone Club
  • Math League 
  • NHS 
  • Passport Club
  • Pep/Concert/Jazz Band
  • Peer Leaders 
  • Robotics
  • SCOPE (e-board) 
  • Student Ambassadors (Leadership Group) 
  • Tennis (Varsity) 

Congratulations, Sweta, and thank you for offering these wonderful opportunities!


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