There are many people interested in astronomy who are looking to see how today’s youth are getting involved in the sciences, and this video provides insight into how YouTube is helping these young people get involved.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 14, 2012
The astronomy video site, Great Astronomy Videos is announcing a new video promotion about the YouTube Space Lab project for those interested in the event. The annual contest is headed by the Head of Marketing Operations for Google, Zahaan Bharmal and is designed for teens 14-18. The new video offer on the event features insight on the YouTube sponsored contest and on the announcement of the contests’ winners. There are many people interested in astronomy who are looking to see how today’s youth are getting involved in the sciences, and this video provides insight into how YouTube is helping these young people get involved.
The yearly contest encourages kids to enter science projects to the contest and two finalists are eventually chosen from all of the entries to have their experiments performed aboard the International Space Station. Great Astronomy Videos is providing up to date coverage on the event and the announcement of the winners in hopes that more people interested in astronomy and the sciences will see how young people are getting involved. The company also hopes that more teens around the country will see the national appeal of this contest and will get more involved with the YouTube Space Lab project in upcoming years.
The new video features Zahaan Bharmal talking about the Space Lab program as well as updated information about the contest and those chosen as winners. The new video can be accessed through the company’s website at http://greatastronomyvideos.com/ for those who are interested.
For more information on the new Great Astronomy Videos offer visit http://greatastronomyvideos.com/ to find out more.