International Space Olympics

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The International Space Olympics (ISO) are an annual competition for young people aged from 14 to 18, held in Korolev City Moscow, Russia. Competitions are in a variety of fields including Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, and English Literature, in addition to a space related research project.[1]

When not competing in these events, participants are given tours of some of Russia's top space facilities and areas of cultural significance. Participants come from a range of countries as teams. In previous years, teams have attended from Germany, Greece, Israel, United Kingdom,[2][3] United States,[4][5][6] Kazakhstan, Australia,[7][8] Spain and Russia.


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