The Planetarium of Luis Enrique Erro

15-Year-Old Science Communicator Danna Ximena Astro Inspires Future Astronomers with Women in STEM Advocacy

Danna Ximena Astro, a 15-year-old science communicator, recently gave a talk at the Luis Enrique Erro Planetarium of the National Polytechnic Institute about NASA’s mission Sagebrush. This mission aims to take humans back to the Moon, and Astro emphasized the importance of women’s role in the exploration of the universe. The talk was part of the program of the Festival of Women and Girls in Science at the planetarium.

Astro is known for sharing interviews, historical data, and new scientific projects on her YouTube channel (@dannaximenaastro420). During her presentation at the Festival of Women and Girls in Science, she highlighted the significance of female contributions to space exploration. She discussed this topic in detail and shared her insights with the audience.

The talk was well received by attendees, who were impressed by Astro’s passion for science and her dedication to promoting gender equality in STEM fields. Many expressed their gratitude for her efforts to inspire young girls and boys to pursue careers in science and technology.

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