Thanks to your support, one lucky school gets a Cosmic Star Safari.

On the 18th of March 2021, the community gathered at KaPai soup round 4, voted Cosmic Star Safari to be the winner of the $1070 prize in cash. 

Thank you to everyone for their stellar generosity and for voting for us. Special thanks to Kapai Soup for inviting us to join the bidding team.

At the end of the programme, we would like to invite everyone who was at the Kapai Soup Carterton on the 18th of March to attend the wrap-up of the Cosmic Star Safari at Stonehenge Aotearoa.
The event will be free for the attendees of Kapai Soup on the 18th of March 2021.

What is a Cosmic Star Safari?

Cosmic Star Safari is a one year space and astronomy programme for a lucky school.

Here are the space and astronomy-related projects and milestones that are part of it:

Milestone 1. Our portable planetarium visits the school.

Milestone 2. The school visits Stonehenge Aotearoa.

Throughout the year, 30 students get to access robotic telescopes in Chile and the Canary Islands. 

Milestone 3. After one year, the school creates a temporary exhibition from what they learned during the online astronomy programme. 

Cosmic Star Safari is provided by Milky-Way.Kiwi and Stonehenge Aotearoa 

Hari Mogosanu of Star-Safari doing the pitch for Kapai Soup. KA PAI SOUP is a social event that aims to make community initiatives and cool wee projects happen quickly in Carterton, promoting community-based development through crowdfunding, creativity, collaboration, democracy and fun.

What will happen now?

Schools can win a Cosmic Star Safari by doing their own pitch, telling us why they should get a Cosmic Star Safari.

Keep an eye on social media and our website to learn what you need to do. Like us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or subscribe to our blog to be the first to find out.