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Seventeen Romanian students out of a total of more than a thousand European participants were elected winners, along with other children and teenagers from Poland, Greece, Spain and Great Britain in the essay contest on space themes "Cassini - Scientist for day ", 2012 edition.

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On the morning of Friday, 15 February 2013, at approximately 09:30 local time, an explosion was heard in the Chelyabinsk region of Russia. The cause is currently suspected to be at least a meteoroid that burned when enetering the Earth's atmosphere. Shortly afterwards, the shock wave broke the windows of the buildings, injuring several people.

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Asteroid 2012 DA14 will intersect Earth's orbit on February 15, 2013 without posing any danger of collision with Earth, based on orbit calculations. Nonetheless, the asteroid will be observable even with binoculars. Through the efforts of the Romanian Space Agency (ROSA), Romania participates in European and international planetary defense programmes, while the Romanian scientific community is involved in the discovery and study of asteroids.

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The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) draws attention to providing accurate and complete information to the public regarding Romania's involvement in the space domain. ROSA distances itself from any allegations recently published an non-governmental organization self-titled the Aeronautics and Cosmonautics Romanian Association (ARCA).

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Romanian Space Agency's response to the article which appeared in the Jurnalul National journal, the online edition, on 23 December 2012,  “Cum şi-a omorât România primul satelit, construit la preţuri astronomice. Explicaţiile halucinante ale Şefului Agenţiei Spaţiale Române (ROSA)” ( "How has Romania killed its first satellite, built with astronomical prices. Hallucinatory explanations of the head of the Romanian Space Agency (ROSA)", signed by Robert Veress.

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