Europe Day - win a poster from ESA
To celebrate Europe Day, ESA is offering you a chance to win a poster showing Europe as seen by satellite. The competition opens at 09:00 CET on 9 May and closes at 09:00 CET on 10 May.
The competition is now closed
The first 500 correct entries will receive a poster which shows an impressive view of Europe created by a mosaic of Envisat images. The competition runs for one day only, so hurry to get your free poster.
What is Europe Day?
On 9 May 1950 the first move was made towards the creation of what is now known as the European Union.
On that day, the French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman presented his proposal on the creation of an organised Europe, indispensable to the maintenance of peaceful relations. This proposal, known as the "Schuman declaration", is considered to be the beginning of the creation of what is now the European Union.
The European Community and ESA share a common aim: to strengthen Europe and benefit its citizens.
The poster is a mosaic of true-colour land images taken by the Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS) instrument on board ESA’s Envisat environmental satellite.